Stiffness, achiness and limited motion can all begin to develop as your cat enters their senior years and can be a sign of osteoarthritis. Yet don’t panic, establishing the correct food and feeding all the right nutrition can really help slow the onset of these symptoms and ease any pain or discomfort for your elderly puss.
Though your older dog might still think they’re a puppy, osteoarthritis is unfortunately extremely common in ageing dogs. As they age and suffer stiffness, along with other aches and pains, mobility can be hindered. Thankfully, there are things we can do to reduce these symptoms and even slow the aging process. Let’s make your dog’s later years a truly golden era.