Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in
Bulldogs & French Bulldogs

Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs

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Arthritis pain in bulldogs is due to inflammation of one or more joints. The painful, inflamed joint is also commonly known as Osteoarthritis and degenerative joint disease (DJD).

Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs in English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, and American Bulldogs, as in humans, is a progressive, degenerative disease that worsens with time. Arthritis affects the smooth, articular cartilage of your bulldog’s joints.  This cartilage is responsible for covering and protecting the bone in the joint and allows your bulldog’s joints to move and bend without pain.

Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs When your bulldog joint cartilage becomes injured and worn down, the bone loses its protection. The now exposed articulating bone parts start rubbing against each other when your bulldog moves, causing inflammation and pain.

As pain increases, your bulldog’s will and ablity to move, and exercise decreases.

Dr. Kraemer’s V4B Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs MAIN FACTORS:

There are many factors that can lead to arthritis in bulldogs. Some of these factors include:

Dr. Kraemer’s V4B Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs MAINTENANCE:

Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs can be eased and managed by maintaining control over your pet’s weight.  I also recommend low impact exercises.

 Arthritis and Arthritic pain in Bulldogs hip dysplasia like swimming and off-road walks for muscle tone and bone strength.  I also recommend that you start your bulldog puppy on a joint and bone supplement like Dr. Kraemer’s V4B Bully Total Joint, V4B Comforte Plus Advanced Formula, and/or V4B Bully EFA Fish Oil Joint-Skin-Immune Soft Chew. When started early, these V4B supplements can slow down the degenerative process by repairing the worn-down joint cartilage and can ease the pain with their anti-inflammatory properties.

Dr. Kraemer’s V4B Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs RULE OF THUMB:

Bulldogs and French Bulldogs suffering from arthritis and arthritic pain will generally display noticeable signs. These signs/symptoms include:

  • Swollen joints
  • Lameness
  • Muscle disuse atrophy
  • Sometimes a noticeable cracking sound when the affected joint(s) are in motion.

The earlier your bulldog’s arthritis is treated, the greater their chances for a full recovery of motion in the joints.

Dr. Kraemer’s V4B Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs TIPS & WARNINGS:

Arthritis and Arthritic pain in Bulldogs Tip #1 OBESITY: Bulldog arthritis and arthritic pain can be treated in multiple ways. This depends, of course, on the severity of the case and the age of your bulldog. As obesity is a large factor in the progression of arthritis, putting your bulldog on a special veterinary recommended nutritional diet to promote weight loss, as well as proper and moderate exercise, can be very helpful.

 Arthritis and Arthritic pain in Bulldogs Tip #2 NEW MODALITIES: I now offer non-pharmaceutical treatment modalities that treat inflammation and pain and are highly effective, low cost, non-invasive, and pain-free with no adverse effects. These modalities include Class 4 Cold Laser Therapy, Pulse Electromagnetic Field (PEMF), as well as Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy. These non-invasive procedures are highly beneficial because they are not harmful to your pet and they offer a long-term solution to the suffering and pain that can come with arthritis.

 Arthritis and Arthritic pain in Bulldogs house Stem Cell Therapy and Cryobanking

Dr. Kraemer’s in-house Stem Cell Therapy and Cryobanking Lab for Arthritis and Arthritic Pain in dogs and cats

 Arthritis and Arthritic pain in Bulldogs Tip #3 STEM CELL: I also offer an in-house, cutting edge regenerative medicine technology that uses your pet’s own healthy natural repair cells to regenerate the cells in an affected area. This self-healing, anti-inflammatory, pain relief treatment is called Stem Cell Therapy and it can also be stored for future treatments (Cryobanking)

Arthritis and Arthritic pain in Bulldogs Warning#1 STEROIDS: Some veterinarians recommend treating advanced arthritis and arthritic pain in bulldogs and other pets with corticosteroids (Prednisone). These drugs may provide temporary pain relief, but have many potential unwanted, long-term, adverse effects. There are safer, (preferably non-steroidal) anti-inflammatory analgesic drugs for the management of chronic arthritis and arthritic pain relief.

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