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Why Is My Dog Limping And What Should I DoIf your dog starts to limp, you can't ignore the problem. As pet parents, we need to try to find the causes of our dog's lameness. Petietec Targeted Heating Therapy Braces are helpful for ongoing conditions such as arthritis, hip dysplasia and cruciate ligament disease in your dogs. Read Article >
Why do so many dogs tear both ACL？Some scholars believe that about 70% of ACL tears are associated with intra-articular injuries, the most common being medial meniscus tears. It has been suggested that a hidden fracture of the posterolateral tibial plateau with or without fracture is characteristic of an acute ACL tear. Read Article >
German Shepherd Hip Dysplasia Signs and TreatmentsHip dysplasia is genetic and the first thing you need to do is to check if the breeder certified the hips of the parents if you’re looking into having a German Shepherd puppy. This post talks all about hip dysplasia in German Shepherd including signs, treatment, home remedies and other joint problems in GSD. Read Article >
Your top 5 questions about arthritis answeredThis article describes the five most common problems with arthritis in dogs. These include symptoms of arthritis in a dog, how it is diagnosed, whether it can be cured, how to help a dog with arthritis and whether it is ok to walk the dog. Read Article >
5 Summer Activities That Help Combat Your Dog's Joint PainKeeping your arthritic dog from exercising is not going to help his pain relief. Choose some right activites will help keep your dog's muscles strong, improve circulation, bring healing blood flow, oxygen, and increase the range of motion in those aching joints—while still keeping them safe and pain-free. Read Article >
3 Ways To Care For Your Dog’s Joints In 5 Minutes Or LessCaring for your dog’s joints is critical. Here are some simple ways to care for their joints in your daily life while saving you money on your dog's medical care. Read Article >
Do this, not that: why and how to exercise your arthritic dog?Dogs with arthritis should not do high-intensity exercise, such as long-distance running, climbing tall buildings, etc., which will only make dogs arthritis pain. But low-intensity exercise such as walking and swimming is very beneficial. Read Article >
A top vet’s top 3 stretches for arthritic dogsSome simple and convenient stretching exercises can help relieve pain in arthritic dogs. There are three areas where stretching is particularly beneficial for arthritic dogs: the hips, shoulders and back. Read Article >
5 Natural Solutions for Dog Knee ArthritisArthritis is a problem that many pet parents will eventually have to deal with, and is especially prevalent in older breeds. If you notice unusual symptoms in your dog, such as difficulty moving, limping, decreased interest in exercise and other activities, irritability, snapping or growling when some joints are touched, seek veterinary help and diagnosis immediately. Read Article >
Signs and Symptons of Joint Pain in DogsJoint pain is a common condition affecting dogs of all ages, affecting their quality of life and potentially leading to quite serious conditions and injuries. . The Targeted Heating Therapy Braces are used to reduce stiffness and muscle spasms, increase blood flow and relieve pain, which is helpful for ongoing conditions such as chronic pain, arthritis and hip dysplasia in your dogs. Read Article >
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From Dog Trainers
As a retired Police dog, Jocker can get up to the car again!Jocker is a retired Police dog and has pain in his joints. He refused to get on the car because of the chronic pain before. After using the heating therapy brace for about 4 weeks, and now he can get on the car! The temperature makes him comfortable every time he use it. Highly recommended!
Mme | DOG TRAINER
Useful for both my puppies and myself.So enjoy for my puppies to the heated therapy! Not gonna lie, I used it on my low back pain and they really helped me too!
Lisa | DOG TRAINER
It fit great on her, and she falls asleep after using itMy younger GSD is 50 pounds and it fit great on her, and she falls asleep after using it. My older GSD aka 95 pounds currently and it was a bit small on him. He wasn't a big fan of the straps going across his penis but did leave it alone and seemed to enjoy it. I like the adjustable straps to keep it fitted on them.
Amy | DOG TRAINER
From Dog Owners
I've been so impressed with this company!I stumbled upon Petietic awhile ago when looking for ways to help my aging pup. Watched Petietics Facebook, Instagram, and website for over a month before I purchased because I’m a skeptic. Every single review I saw were 5 stars and all extremely positive! So I finally purchased for my Sweet Angel Baby Snookie who will be 12 in July and is getting a little stiff as she ages. I want to do absolutely everything in my power to keep her not only comfortable but keep her active and young for as long as possible. She is my absolute heart. I have been so impressed with this company!
Sasha | DOG OWNER
Our boy is so relaxed wearing them and he can move about with ease too without it slipping.My Cardigan Corgi was diagnosed with Hip Dysplasia at 10 months old. We were advised to use heat therapy which started with us using a wheat bag. We found this hard to make stay in the right place and also cover all his 'sore' spots, and so searched for another option. We came across the Petietec heat braces on Facebook and coincidentally our Physiotherapist had one for us to try. We love how easy the braces are to use, and how the heat is targeted directly on all the correct spots. Our boy is so relaxed wearing them and he can move about with ease too without it slipping. The customer service has been fantastic and the braces arrived really swiftly. Would highly recommend!
Charlie | DOG OWNER