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Canine and Equine Osteoarthritis: Amy Snow and Nancy ZidonisThe most common type of arthritis for dogs and horses is osteoarthritis. It’s a degenerative joint disease characterized by the wearing a way of cartilage. It can be the result of impact trauma, injury, over-use, infection, poor conformation, hereditary issues, mineral or dietary deficiencies, and aging. Horses and dogs involved in competitive activities are more apt to develop arthritis at an earlier age due to the increased stress on their joints.
Being aware of common causes combined with early detection of arthritis affords you the opportunity to slow the progression of the disease.
Early signs of arthritis can be: