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.

  1. Do your research and always buy from a reputable brand you trust.
  2. 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.
  3. Recommendation from a friend already using a magnetic collar will help you decide.
  4. 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.