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Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

How Would Hip Dysplasia Affect Your Dog?

Dogs experiencing extreme pain in their hips might be lethargic, have difficulty laying down, or yelp, in addition to struggling to walk and run. Over the long-term a dog may begin to adopt awkward positions. Like standing with their legs close together to compensate for pain and instability and, instead of walking, continue to hold their back legs together while jumping – sometimes called “bunny hopping”. Dogs can’t tell us when they’re in pain and sometimes they even hide their discomfort from us. But, you have noticed, and you want to help. Vital Pet Sciences PCQ+Ultra might be able to help you, help them, ease that discomfort. These kinds of struggles may be a sign that your dog is suffering from hip dysplasia, which should be evaluated by your veterinarian.

What is Hip Dysplasia?

Your dog likely experiences the stiffness and pain associated with arthritis inflammation on a daily basis. And sadly, there are long-term effects as well. Arthritis causes progressive damage to the affected joints, such as knees, hips, and spine. As the cartilage surrounding your dog’s joints deteriorates over time, bone-on-bone friction occurs. In casual speak: the arthritis joint pain gets worse and worse! Thankfully, PCQ+Ultra can naturally address symptoms of inflammation and pain.

How Can PCQ+Ultra Help?

With Texas A&M University researchers, Vital Pet Sciences created PCQ+Ultra with palmitoylethanolamide(“PEA” the “body’s own anti- inflammatory”, a fatty acid made in every cell, of every mammal), combined with a certain ratio of curcuminoid(from turmeric) and quercetin(found in many common foods), which generated cellular anti-inflammatory activity that multiplied exponentially. A finding so groundbreaking, the university filed for patents on the formula now known as PCQ+Ultra. PCQ+Ultra is Fast Acting Relief for Pain and Inflammation of Hips, Joints, and Skin.

PEA can provide relief to your dog, because it’s in a class of natural compounds that help to regulate inflammation and pain in joints like hips affected by dysplasia. All animals naturally produce PEA, but studies show that they produce less PEA in the affected joints when the problem becomes chronic. Chronic inflammation can reinforce the vicious cycle of cartilage damage that over time, results in bone-on-bone friction. Clinical trials have shown that PEA can reduce inflammation and pain and in some cases interrupt the damage occurring to your dog’s cartilage and joints.

If your dog suffers from hip dysplasia, a trip to your veterinarian is necessary to establish how to treat your dog’s ailment. X-rays will determine whether your dog suffers from hip dysplasia or other debilitating joint problems. PEA helps manage your dog’s pain, but is not curative, so your vet will need to diagnose and prescribe treatment. You might have to help your dog suffering from hip dysplasia by building ramps and purchasing pressure-reducing beds.

By taking PCQ+Ultra over the long-term, your four-legged friend can enjoy the benefits of decreased inflammation and pain.

PCQ+Ultra Is Safely Effective

Vital Pet Science’s PCQ+Ultra is natural, food grade, odor-less, tasteless and convenient and with no known side effects. Simply sprinkle over your pet’s food and that's it!

Seeing your dog move about more freely, with greater ease and energy, will be a clear sign that the PCQ+Ultra is working. Return your pet’s love in the best way possible, with PCQ+Ultra, more mobility, less pain, and a better quality of life!

Disclaimer: The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.