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Mobility disorders


Mobility disorders

Why does my dog struggle to walk?

Over time, you may observe that your dog has become less playful, that it has become reticent to climb stairs, jump on the sofa or that it struggles to climb out of its basket in the morning. It may be that your dog is suffering from joint(?) pains.

Twenty percent of dogs over one year old suffer from osteoarthritis and this proportion reaches ninety percents over 12 years of age. This is why it is essential to act from a very young age to delay the apparition of these  joint(?) pains


That you ask yourself about your companion

What is osteoarthritis?

How does osteoarthritis evolve over time?

The structure of a joint

When should I see my veterinarian?

What can I do to prevent and attenuate my dog’s joint pain?

MP LABO recommends

The following products

Cartimax mini

Complementary feed to support joint metabolism in small dogs and cats



Glycosaminoglycans and type II collagen complementary feed