Our canine companions incur the same joint and muscle health issues as we humans do. As they age, play and work, joints and muscles need to be supported so they can be comfortable and remain active.
Recognizing Joint Health Issues:
- Trouble getting up and down
- Needing help to get up the steps or into the car
- Pain or tenderness in joints
- Frequently holding a leg off the ground
- Favoring one leg
Elite Science Vet Brings You the Future of Joint & Muscle Health Support
1-TDC® (1-TetraDecanol Complex) is a unique advanced cellular lubricant that is the next generation of fatty acids, beyond glucosamine and fish oil. It will take your dog’s mobility and comfort to a new level with results you can see and your dog will feel.
This advanced solution’s research has been published in the Journal of Rheumatology (2002 & 2004) and the Journal of Strength and Conditioning (2005 & 2006). It was initially introduced for humans and is now available for animals.
Take your Athlete to the next level of performance with The 1-TDC® Advantage.
1-TDC® helps maintain your dog’s Explosive Muscular Power, Stamina & Recovery throughout their athletic career and beyond.
If you are involved in the rapidly growing world of K9 Sports, it is critical to note that your dog is undergoing joint and muscle stress in their training and competition just like professional human athletes where recovery and stamina are critical to performing at their highest level.
Further, peer-reviewed published research indicates that poor oral health will spread systemically and affect overall health, including joint health. Therefore, a healthy mouth is important to the overall wellness and performance of your athlete.
Doggy Breath is NOT normal!
Often it is a sign of an underlying health concern.
Over 80% of dogs by the age of 3 have oral health issues.
This is the number one reason dogs are taken to the veterinarian…….oral health issues that impact not only the mouth, but migrate throughout the entire body impacting the overall health.
And, it cannot be stressed enough that gum health issues will create major discomfort for your dog.
Some veterinarians refer to unaddressed gum health issues as a silent killer. And, most of the smaller breeds are pre-disposed to periodontal problems at an even earlier age and to a greater extent.
As a result, you should make the gum health of your dog a priority!
Recognizing Gum Health Issues
- Bad breath (halitosis)
- Red, swollen, inflamed gums
- Oral bleeding
- Plaque and tartar on the teeth
- Difficulty chewing
- Activity slowing down, cranky