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What Can I Give My Dog For Inflammation Relief?

 What is inflammation?

Inflammation is a common physical response, usually to injury or illness. It is the body’s way of protecting and healing itself by dilating blood vessels and sending white blood cells to the injury or illness area.

Inflammation is a crucial immune response that helps keep dogs alive. It can however get out of control, which is why dog owners need awareness about relieving the canines of inflammation.

How do you detect that your dog is experiencing inflammation?

It is a dog’s instinct to hide or mask its pain. This makes it difficult for dog owners to diagnose inflammation in their dogs.

However, no one is in a better position to identify the subtle changes in a dog’s behavior that may signal pain due to inflammation than the dog owner or human family members.

The cellular-level response in dogs is the same as it is in humans and all other mammals. The way inflammation manifests in humans is the same as it is in dogs. If your dog is experiencing inflammation, you’ll detect it by observing five symptoms: redness, heat, pain, and loss of function.

Redness and heat result from increased blood flow to the affected area, whereas swelling occurs due to the accumulation of fluid in the area. The great thing is that there are a number of things you can give your dogs to bring about inflammation relief.

Things you can give your dog for inflammation relief

There are several canine-safe things you can give your dog to ensure inflammation relief. Some of these are highlighted below:

Antinol for dogs
Antinol for dogs is a revolutionary, 100% natural anti-inflammatory for dogs that has been proven to deliver relief from inflammation in dogs caused by osteoarthritic symptoms as well as joint-related problems in dogs. This concentrated formula supports the natural anti-inflammatory action of the dog's metabolism, thus helping keep the dog's joints healthy as well as enhancing mobility.

An exploration of customer reviews provided by dog owners that prefer natural anti-inflammatories for dogs as well as reports by leading veterinarians indicates that Antinol for dogs contains PCSO-524, which is a unique lipid extract from the New Zealand green-lipped mussel and has assisted many dogs around the world to enhance their mobility and start moving again.

In an article published in the Medical Journal of Inflammopharmacology by a leading scholar, Antinol for dogs is 200 times more potent than flax oil, 175 times more potent than salmon oil, 125 times more potent than green-lipped mussel powder, and 100 times more potent than EPA and DHA from fish oil. These attributes give the formula the specialty it has gained over the years.

Other natural anti-inflammatories for dogs
Apart from Antinol for dogs, you can give your dog other existing natural anti-inflammatories for dogs.

These include spirulina, comfrey, turmeric, Ceylon cinnamon, omega-3 fatty acids, cannabidiol (CBD), Arnica montana, ginger, devil’s claw root, yucca, licorice, alfalfa, meadowsweet, horsetail, cayenne, and the green-lipped mussel, among others.

These natural remedies can help treat your dog’s inflammation without the side effects of anti-inflammatory drugs.

Dog joint supplements
Glucosamine and chondroitin are two supplements that are known to greatly reduce pain and inflammation in dogs when they reach a therapeutic dose. All senior dogs deserve the benefit of dog joint supplements that can either be used alone or in combination with other remedies to help preserve their mobility and provide relief from inflammations.

Apart from helping to relieve inflammation in dogs, dog joint supplements help to maintain the dog’s mobility, decrease any pain the dog is experiencing, encourage new cartilage growth, prevent cartilage breakdown, and limit disease progression.

Need Antinol for dogs or the best joint supplements for dogs?

Always work with your veterinarian to determine the best joint supplements for dogs based on your dog’s health conditions, age, and current health plan. Some of the best joint supplements for dogs that your vet may prescribe for your dog include Vetz Petz's Antinol for Dogs, Cosequin, Flexadin, Duralactin, and Zesty Paws Mobility Bites, among others.

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