Joint diseases in dogs
A functioning locomotor system is of great importance for the quality of life of a dog. Unfortunately, joint problems are not uncommon. Among the joint diseases that can occur in dogs are arthrosis, arthritis, hip and elbow dysplasia.
Joint diseases are not only extremely painful for dogs. Over time, they can also lead to a progressive reduction in mobility and even lameness.
In our detailed guidebooks we discuss possible joint diseases in dogs. Among other things, we explain what causes they may have, how dog owners can detect them early on, and what options are available for treatment and prevention.