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Osteoarthritis and Your Dog DVD

Osteoarthritis and Your Dog DVD

 

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Subtitle: Help Your Dog Live a Healthier, Happier Life
Author: Dr. Debbie Gross Saunders
Format: DVD, NTSC format
Running Time: 1 hour, 22 minutes
Release Date: Fall 2009

Osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease, and arthritis are all words used to describe a chronic, degenerative disease that is caused by the progressive inflammation and deterioration of the cartilage, bone, and soft tissue of one or more joints, causing pain and decreased flexibility in the joint(s).

Arthritis pain slows down 1 out of every 4 adult dogs and even more senior dogs. It can be heartbreaking to see your once lively best friend in pain and unable to enjoy his usual activities. Unfortunately, there is no cure for osteoarthritis, but with the right treatment and management program, there is a great deal you and your veterinarian can do to decrease your dog's discomfort and get him moving again. Osteoarthritis doesn't have to be the end of living life to the fullest.

The Osteoarthritis and Your Dog DVD will not only help you understand the disease and your options for a multi-modal treatment program, but it will also show you exactly what you can do for your dog to help him lead a healthier, happier life.

About the Author
Dr. Debbie Gross Saunders is a certified canine rehabilitation practitioner and licensed physical therapist with more than 16 years of experience in the field of canine rehabilitation. She specializes in the performance dog and owns Wizard of Paws Physical Rehabilitation for Animals, a rehabilitation and physical conditioning center for canines. Dr. Saunders is also a key faculty member at the University of Tennessee's Certificate Canine Rehabilitation Program, the only university-based canine rehabilitation program. For more information, visit www.wizardofpaws.net.

  • Introduction
  • How the Diagnosis of OA Is Made
  • Types of Arthritis and Their Causes
  • Symptoms of OA
  • Treatments for OA
  • Modifying Exercise
  • What You Can Do For Your Dog (the exercises)
  • Summary
  • Resources