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Mobility disorders

Questions

Mobility disorders

20. My dog is getting older


Our dogs’ life expectancies have grown considerably in the past decades thanks to improvements in diet and the medicalisation and evolution of scientific knowledge. Even though ageing remains a fatality, it is important to keep in mind that old age does not necessarily mean illness! Prevention becomes more important with age… It is therefore absolutely required that you have your veterinarian perform regular check-ups.

You can give your dog a small boost. Indeed, the organs become old and less performant with age. Your companion may become stiff, less happy or lose muscle mass, have less appetite or be tired faster, or cry without any reason at night. Finally, kidneys also start needing support after a certain number of years.

In ageing animals, it is important to complement diet with essential fatty acids and antioxidants, in particular.

 

 

MP LABO recommends

The following products

Agepi w3 New Formula

Essential Fatty Acids ω3

 


Proage

Antioxidant complementary feed for dogs