An Amazing Statistic

Written by JR Rogers

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So, what should you do? For those who have younger pets, why wait? Do you really needrepparttar expense of an x-ray to make a decision about this? Of course not.

By nature, pets are playful and active. The eventual consequence is that they will develop joint pain as a result of trauma, aging, or both.

A Simple Solution Be proactive now. As adults, many of us wish we had done more to care for our joints earlier in life. Most of us take vitamins and minerals as supplements andrepparttar 141617 smart consumer is using a liquid glucosamine ofrepparttar 141618 highest quality.

The cost ofrepparttar 141619 best liquid formulas is low and is given to pets based on body weight. For smaller animals,repparttar 141620 cost is negligible compared torepparttar 141621 potential for problems downrepparttar 141622 road. For a pet that weighs 10-20 pounds, we are talking about pennies.

My suggestion is to use a high-quality liquid glucosamine for maintenance early on. As that article indicated,repparttar 141623 number of pets with hip dysplasia is very high even with no symptoms being displayed. There is no reason to wait until your pet is in pain and suffering.

JR Rogers is the owner of Synflex America Inc. makers of Syn-flex, a premium glucosamine arthritis formula for humans and household pets.

The author's statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not provided to diagnose or to suggest that liquid glucosamine and chondroitin will treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

What is the largest breed of dog in the world. The Old English Mastiff

Written by Sharon Medforth

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The mastiff is also one ofrepparttar most powerful dog inrepparttar 141616 world . My friends mastiff "Abraham " wasrepparttar 141617 top weight pull dog in North America in 2004 "PULLING 7300 POUNDS More on this subject can be found at

Sharon Medforth is a long time dog breeder and has been breeding and showing mastiffs for 10 years under the kennel name of Island West Mastiffs

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