5 Signs of Arthritis in Dogs and Cats [Infographic]

Arthritis can be seen as the most common disease that affects middle aged, older or even younger dogs and cats. Arthritis leads to changes that can cause chronic pains and reduce your pet’s quality of life. However, the common symptoms are not difficult to spot. The earlier we recognize the signs, the more successful treatment for your pet can happen. These are the most 5 common arthritis signs in dogs and cats.


Courtesy of gordonvet.com.au

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David grew up and still lives locally and has worked at Gordon Vet since 1985. His love of animals and interest in all things veterinary started when he was a young boy spending time with his own pets and working on a country farm. David’s post-graduate studies have been in the fields of medical problems of dogs and cats and diagnostic ultrasound and radiology. In addition, he is interested in dermatology, cardiology and ophthalmology.

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Dr ANGELA HILL BVSc (Hons) Veterinarian, Practice Manager at Gordon Vet Hospital Website: http://gordonvet.com.au/ Angela grew up locally and always wanted to be a vet. She graduated from Sydney University (with Dr Helen) and during her course worked at Gordon Vet as a nurse / kennel hand on the weekends. Angela worked in small animal practice in Australia and the UK before having kids. In between each child, she worked at Gordon Vet on the weekends. Angela also has experience in companies such as Novartis and Hill’s Pet Nutrition, so enjoys her role as Practice Manager at Gordon Vet – It is a good combination of different jobs, while being surrounded by animals! Angela has 3 children Sophie, Liam and Amy, a Burmese cat Ida and a Jack Russell called Ernie who they all dote on, except her husband and the cat who don’t like him quite as much! Angela enjoys all sport – with and without her family and loves the beach. angela.hill@gordonvet.com.au

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