There’s nothing worse than watching your beloved dog suffer. Our pets are precious and most people consider them to be a part of their family.
Unfortunately, life isn’t always about walks, tummy tickles and chasing balls!
It may be only a matter of time before your furry friend is faced with a challenging condition that affects their life.
Just like us as we age, dogs can also suffer from arthritis and the associated joint & mobility issues that accompany it. It’s not just older dogs though, younger ones can also be affected, particularly if they have been over worked, injured or had an operation on a joint.
Seeing your pet face life’s struggles can be heartbreaking and may involve frequent visits to the vet for treatment. This typically involves the long term use of anti-inflammatory (NSAIDS) and pain killing drugs. Unfortunately not all dogs are able to tolerate prescribed medications and some suffer side effects.
As a pet owner, you’ll want the best for your dog, especially when it comes to their health.
So, what if there was an alternative to the medication that is safe, non-invasive and completely natural. ‘Paws for thought!’
It’s time to consider trying a magnetic dog collar!
There are several ailments that can be helped naturally by wearing a magnetic collar, it’s not just about arthritic conditions. Many dog owners report great benefits in a whole range of conditions from epilepsy and seizures to faster healing and recovery from injury and surgery.
Once you’re ready to look at products, there are still a few factors to take into consideration.
- Do your research and always buy from a reputable brand you trust.
- Check out the type of magnets being used and whether they’ll lose their strength – magnets vary considerably in size, strength and material which has a direct effect on their performance.
- Recommendation from a friend already using a magnetic collar will help you decide.
- If you don’t have friends that are using magnetic dog collars, the next best thing would be to read reviews of other people’s experiences of the company and their products.