Joint Care January
This month, we are taking a closer look at joint care; what it is, who needs it and why it is so important.
Joint problems can occur at any stage of an animal’s life but are more likely in later years. Certain breeds are more susceptible to joint disease or joint defects that can affect the stability of their joints.
Here at OSCAR, we have a number of foods containing different joint care supplements to help maintain the joint health and mobility of our furry family members - all the way through puppyhood and right through to their senior years.
What is it?
OSCAR use a combination of supplements to create a joint care system that is built into their food:
Who needs it?
Joint care supplements are a great way to ensure the health, happiness and well-being of our extended families. Daily life can put stresses and strains on even the youngest joints, especially during play time, exercise and training, so it is important to take things slowly and not do too much at an early age. Why not take a look at our Healthy Growth Puppy, Large Breed Puppy, or Junior Chicken & Rice foods?
When the time is right to consider a senior diet, Pinnacle of Life and High Fibre Lite provide light and healthy options for our ageing pets. Furthermore, for those needing the best of the best, Pinnacle Plus contains the best joint care within the OSCAR food range, providing optimal joint health and mobility.
Need an extra helping hand?
For the treat lover!
Let’s not forget out feline friends as they approach their later years. If you observe them sleeping more, struggling to groom certain areas near their tail and back or noticing them climbing, jumping or playing less, these can all be signs that they are starting to develop joint problems. Why not try our Adult Care Complete? With added glucosamine for joints (alongside the benefits for skin, coat, teeth and urinary help) it is an excellent choice.
By offering supplements to our pawsome pets we can guarantee they have the support to enjoy life to the full in whatever they do, be that hopping onto our knee for a much-loved stroke and fuss, learning to fetch, going out for a run, rounding up the herd or just climbing down from the sofa for a jolly jaunt to the park.