Surprising Studies Show That Dogs With Long Uncut Nails Are More Prone To Develop Arthritis
According to recent studies, dogs that have long or uncut nails are much more prone to develop arthritis and gait problems in the long run.
Arthritis is a degenerative disease that specifically targets the canine's joints and cartilage. This can result in painful wear and tear injuries especially once the bones are exposed. This condition can cause your dog to walk with a limp and even make the walking process painful and agonizing.
"It definitely saddens us to hear that not many pet owners are actually aware of this. Aside from arthritis, dogs that have long nails can also develop gait problems and may injure themselves and others.", said Jade Cryson, the media spokesperson for HappyDogz, in a recent interview.
"We are dog owners ourselves so we really want to spread the word regarding these surprising findings in hope to spread awareness of this issue. It's definitely a sad sight to see a dog be unable to walk or move due to this problem.", added Cryson.
HappyDogz is a team of animal lovers who have recently tried entering the Amazon market. The latest product they've released is their Pro Cut Pet Nail Trimmers. The dog nail trimmers were created with the help of a professional pet groomer and have undergone extensive research and testing.
The Pro Cut Pet Nail Clippers are designed with premium quality sharp stainless steel blades for smoother and faster cuts. This helps make the cutting process easier and faster with no jagged nails. The pet nail trimmers are also designed with an ergonomic handle to offer pet owners with more control during the process.
The Pro Cut Pet Nail Clippers are now available exclusively in Amazon.com with a 10 year 100% money back guarantee.
HappyDogz is a family owned business aimed at providing quality dog accessories and help for dog owners. They specialize in dog grooming and offer a range of quality dog grooming tools and dog leashes.
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