Staying active through the years

Common experience is that senior dogs are-worn out during the winter months. They already move with more difficulty, and often suffer from musculoskeletal, rheumatic and arthritic lesions, which are aggravated in the winter. Walking in the cold weather causes the acral parts to chill down which leads to weaker blood supply – a pathogenic factor in itself in the development of joint diseases.

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