Hip Dysplasia Treatment for Dogs
Effective and Safe Hip Dysplasia Treatment for Dogs
© by Bree Weasner, PreciousPets.org LLC
Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is a painful genetic disease that is extremely debilitating. The disease causes the dog’s hips to become weak, deteriorated and extremely arthritic. The disease is congenital and is the #1 cause for lameness in dogs. CHD is common in large breed dogs, although small dogs and cats suffer from the disease also. Hip Dysplasia is inherited, but it can occur in animals whose parents do not have CHD.
Symptoms of Canine Hip Dysplasia Include: