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Dysplasia is a hereditary developmental disorder, not an acquired disease. The recessive (latent) genes responsible for the disorder are inherited by the dog before birth.

“Pedigree” breeding, incompetent “propagation”, an environment lacking in stimuli compared to the breed and needs of the dog, incorrect feeding and restricted movement space (kennel, apartment, narrow yard) led to the rapid and explosive spread of dysplasia.

It is recommended to consult a specialist as soon as possible in the event of a locomotor problem in the dog during growth or at any stage of their life. If the doctor diagnoses dysplasia, the applicable solutions vary depending on the severity and progress. Please ask the examining doctor for more information on this.

By feeding and moving the dog correctly, with the right food supplement, the chance of developing dysplasia and the aggravation of existing symptoms can be greatly reduced!

However, in order to avoid dysplasia, one of our most important tasks is prevention.

Proper nutrition and dysplasia
Proper nutrition and dysplasia 650 366 K9-DogHealth.com

Proper nutrition and dysplasia

Proper nutrition and dysplasia The extent of the development of dysplasia and the resulting clinical symptoms can be significantly reduced. The solution lies in proper nutrition. The development of dysplasia is fundamentally attributed to genetic reasons. In the case of…

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The effects of green mussel extract in dogs 650 366 K9-DogHealth.com

The effects of green mussel extract in dogs

In addition to its cartilage-strengthening, joint-protecting and anti-inflammatory effects, green mussel extract helps maintain heart health, skin elasticity and is a significant source of antioxidants. The cartilage-strengthening, joint-protective effect of green mussel extract in dogs The New Zealand green mussel…

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Shoulder dysplasia in dogs 650 366 K9-DogHealth.com

Shoulder dysplasia in dogs

Shoulder dysplasia is a genetically inherited disease resulting from the inappropriate fit of the head of the humerus that makes up the shoulder joint and the joint space of the scapula. During the course of the disease, degenerative joint disease, arthrosis of…

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Hip dysplasia in dogs 650 366 K9-DogHealth.com

Hip dysplasia in dogs

Hip dysplasia is a hereditary disease, which is inherited with a so-called threshold value. The housing conditions (overfeeding, inappropriate movement) can increase the value of a dog below the threshold value, which thus tips over the threshold and the disorder is realized. Puppies…

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Elbow dysplasia in dogs 650 366 K9-DogHealth.com

Elbow dysplasia in dogs

Elbow dysplasia is the second most common hereditary musculoskeletal disease after hip dysplasia. It is most common in large dogs. Description of elbow dysplasia The essence of elbow dysplasia is that the articular surfaces of the arm bone and two…

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