In recent months, there has been a rise in the number of premium pet food products containing EPA and DHA for dogs. EPA and DHA are simply omega-3 fatty acids – already proving popular as a human supplement.
We’ve touched on looking after our pet’s joints before, we looked at how the most common type of joint supplement (glucosamine and chondroitin) can have beneficial effects towards osteoarthritis, a type of degenerative joint disease. New research is now looking in to the possibilities of other supplements to aid the
As we age – dogs, cat and humans alike, our joints begin to deteriorate. This degeneration can lead to chronic inflammatory joint diseases such as osteoarthritis. However, for humans, dogs, cats and horses, there are a variety of joint supplements available which claim to help us deal with these joint diseases.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition are currently offering a £5 off voucher for those registering with them on their website. You will need to provide your email address, as well as a few details about yourself and your pet – such as pet’s age and breed. This is likely just so they