Monday, 16 April 2012
Staffordshire Bull Terrier With Arthritis
This is Megan, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier with osteoarthritis in her back legs.
At the age of ten years Megan has always been fit so it was really sad for her owner Moira to see her in pain and slowed down. The vet prescribed the anti-inflammatory metacam but Moira was told there are side effects if Megan remained on it for too long. Moira noticed it took the pain away but, was worried about Megan being on it long term.
She then found Pooch & Mutt and read about Mobile Bones and sent off immediately. Megan has now been having two daily teaspoons for a month, and half the dose of Metacam. The change in her is absolutely amazing.
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