Learn more about the Osteoarthritis Treatments available.
This obligation free consultation lasts around 20 minutes. This one-on-one education session with one of our specially trained nurses provides detailed information about osteoarthritis and the different steps you can take to protect your dog from its painful and debilitating effects, ensuring your dog lives a happy and healthy life well into old age. The Joint Health Consult aims to provide a holistic approach to arthritis management and protection.
Your Joint Health Consult covers
- How to recognise the early warning signs.
- Discover how to make simple lifestyle changes (including diet and nutrition, bedding and exercise programs) to enhance your dog’s quality of life and reduce arthritic symptoms.
- Gain valuable information about how to protect your dog from osteoarthritis.
- In depth coverage about what osteoarthritis is and how the disease progresses in dogs.
- The latest information regarding treatments and protection programs available.
- How to determine if your dog is at risk and tailor an individual program for your pet to minimise those risks.
These consultations are obligation free and are complimentary so you have nothing to lose by attending, but everything to gain to protect your special family member
Should I attend a Joint Health Consultation?
The early stages of osteoarthritis have no obvious symptoms and can easily go undetected. If your dog is comfortable at the moment, now is the perfect time to equip yourself with the information on how to maintain this quality of life as they age. If your dog falls into a high risk category, it is even more important to attend. The Joint Health Consultant will advise you how to detect early warning signs, what to look out for in the future and provide simple things that you can do now to protect your dog. Even if you dog has symptoms of osteoarthritis, it isn’t too late to do something. There are plenty of things you can do to help. Book a Joint Health Consult today to find out how you can make a difference. To make an appointment simply telephone one of our clinics.
We also offer a short educational IPad presentation which will give you some valuable information to help you manage your pet’s discomfort. Why not have a look while waiting for your next appointment. Simply ask our receptionist when you call to make your appointment.