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Mobility disorders

Questions

Mobility disorders

18.4 When should I see my veterinarian?


It is important to talk about arthritis with your veterinarian as soon as possible.Indeed, sixty percent of cats over six years old suffer from arthritisand this proportion reaches ninety percent for cats over 12 years old! Your veterinarian will recommend a high quality diet, will regularly check your cat's weight and make sure that it has a sufficient and adapted physical activity. 

Unfortunately, the more your cat's mobility disorders increase, the more you will have to call upon your veterinarian. Arthritis evolves in crises. During these, your cat is likely to be in a lot of pain, you will probably notice a change in its behaviour! Your veterinarian will then probably prescribe it anti-inflammatories to relieve it.

Specialists of arthritis are unanimous: a multimodal action is required! This means it is important to combine a healthy lifestyle (weight regulation and adapted physical activity), a high-quality diet, with sufficient amounts of essential fatty acids and complemented with et complémentée en chondroprotective nutrients (Glycosane and Cartimax).

During crises, it is important to continue stimulating your cat! Once the joint(?) warmed up, it will feel better! Offer it a toy it particularly likes. 

 

 

Questions

That you ask yourself about your companion

18.1 Why does my cat climb or jump less than before?


18.2 What is osteoarthritis?


18.2.1 How does osteoarthritis evolve over time?


18.3 Structure of a joint


18.5 What can I do to prevent and attenuate my cat's joint pains?


MP LABO recommends

The following products

Cartimax mini

Complementary feed to support joint metabolism in small dogs and cats

 


Glycosane

Glycosaminoglycans and type II collagen complementary feed