Pets, much like humans, experience changing needs as they grow older. Adapting to these shifts in requirements can guarantee that their senior years are filled with comfort, vitality, and joy. This guide, courtesy of Love Wink Products, provides insights on optimizing care routines to cater to the unique needs of aging pets, from nutrition to
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Dogs tend to hide their pain well. This is a defensive behavior dogs have inherited to avoid showing weakness or vulnerability in the face of predators. Over time, dogs have evolved to become experts at masking pain symptoms. Pet owners need to keep a close eye on their dogs so they can spot signs that
Like humans, arthritis is a common, painful, degenerative disease that generally presents in older dogs. It is estimated that around 20% of dogs over the age of 1, and 80% of dogs over the age of 8, are affected by arthritis. While arthritis can occur in any joint, it tends to be prevalent in the
Hip dysplasia is a common condition in dogs, where the hip joint doesn’t develop properly and eventually leads to arthritis. It can cause a lot of discomfort and pain for the dog and can limit their mobility. Here are some tips for caring for a dog with hip dysplasia: Exercise Exercise is crucial for dogs
About our blog
Love Wink Products blog is about improving our dogs’ lives with us. Anything can be blogged here about improving
our dogs’ lives with us. There are two areas very important to Love Wink Products to would improve our dog’s lives with
us and that we will be highlighting. They are Pain Awareness in Dogs and Pain Relief in Dogs.
Pain awareness is so difficult for owners because dogs hide pain so well. In the wild, if a dog showed pain, they were targeted by predators.
Without pain awareness, owners continue to engage their pups oblivious to the pain they are feeling. This can result in an exacerbation of the pain. When this happens, owners feel terrible. It happens to so many of us. We want to explore ideas on how to inform owners on the signs of pain in dogs.
Many things cause pain in dogs. We want to hear your thoughts and ideas on how to improve a painful situation your dog is experiencing. Please share what you’ve done and the results. Please share ideas that might address pain but have not been tried yet. We want a robust blog.
Some rules to follow: Please be kind and respectful to everyone. No potty mouths. Please be concise, detailed, and thoughtful in your comments and posts. This is our blog. Let’s make it a great experience for everyone. Thank you!