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How Type II Collagen saves dogs joints

How to Prevent Osteoarthritis in Your Dog

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a painful, progressive degenerative joint disease that gradually breaks down the cartilage surrounding a dog’s joints.

The most common joint disorder affecting dogs is osteoarthritis. OA is a painful, degenerative, and inflammatory disease that affects synovial joints and ultimately leads to loss of mobility.

Type II Collagen retrains your dog’s immune response.

As a result, clinical researchers started conducting experiments to determine how they could inhibit or interfere with collagen’s immune reactivity.

They discovered that a component within chicken soup facilitated anti-inflammatory effects to the discovery that, after consumption, sites of joint inflammation were protected from immune attacks.

Researchers determined that Type II chicken collagen favorably modulated immune function and induced tolerance to exposed Collagen with further investigation.

How Type II Collagen Can Help Your Dog with Osteoarthritis

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 Oven baked dog treats

Healthy Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

Picky eater? Faithful companion dog suffering from arthritis or joint pain? Coat and skin not as healthy as they should be?

Nutrition impacts our dogs health as it does ours.

The quality of our food impacts our overall health and our dogs are no different. Here are easy to make, homemade, healthy dog treat recipes that will improve your dog’s overall health.

One of the best ways to help a dog suffering from arthritis is through proper nutrition. It’s important to feed arthritic pets a diet that fosters a healthy weight and includes ingredients that reduce swelling and inflammation.

Ever put a bowl of your dog’s favorite food or a few of their favorite treat and have them look at you like, you eat it? We’ve all suffered at one time or another with a picky eater.

Here’s healthy homemade dog treats that are sure to please any picky eater or arthritic dog and they loaded with essential amino acids, fiber, collagen and vitamins.

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What dog doesn't love a kong filled with treats

What Dog Doesn't Love A Treat Filled Kong?

Here are several homemade dog treat recipes that are fast and easy to make, that use a Kong.

These recipes ensure that your picky eater is eating healthy, nutritious treats.

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Active Dawg Healthy Oven baked dog treats

Healthy Oven Baked Dog Treats

We all want our dogs to have healthy, nutritious treats and meals.

What dog doesn't love oven baked dog treat recipes that are fast and easy to make.

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Anti-inflamaroty treats for dogs with arthritis

Anti-Inflammatory Dog Treat Recipes for Dogs with Arthritis

One of the best ways to help a dog suffering from arthritis is through proper nutrition. It’s important to feed arthritic pets a diet that fosters a healthy weight and includes ingredients that reduce swelling and inflammation. The health benefits of chondroitin and hyaluronic acid that is found in chicken bone broth for dogs with arthritis is well documented.

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Anti-Inflammatory Dog Treat Recipes

Homemade dog treats even the pickist eater can't resist

Homemade Dog Treats That Even The Pickiest Eater Can't Resist

Ever put a bowl of your dog's favorite food or a few of their favorite treat and have them look at you like, you eat it? We've all suffered at one time or another with a picky eater. Here's healthy homemade dog treats that are sure to please any picky eater and they loaded with essential amino acids, fiber, collagen and vitamins.

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Homemade Dog Treats That Even The Pickiest Eaters

The secret to your dogs health - gut bacteria

The Secret to Your Dog’s Health: Gut Bacteria

During times of stress, illness, eating sticks, dirt, mulch, and similar or malnutrition, an imbalance can occur. This results in diarrhea, gas, and loose stools.

Anyone who has had to pick up diarrhea with a poop bag knows what a chore this can be and is all in for their dog having a healthy digestion tract.

Probiotics are very similar to the good bacteria in a dog’s digestive tract.  Probiotics help prevent dangerous bacteria, like e-coli and salmonella, from causing your dog to get severely ill.

Lactobacillus bacterium may have the potential to enhance intestinal health and improve immune function in dogs.

Active Dawg USDA Certified Organic Chicken Bone Broth contains Lactobacillus, which demonstrated a reduction in inflammation to aid in digestive health in preclinical studies and can be easily mixed with water and added to kibble.

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