Common conditions that slow your pet’s mobility — Part 2

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By Dr. Ernie Ward, Veterinarian

Last week we followed Daisy, a dog suffering from obesity and her associated mobility challenges. We also reviewed some of the common bone-related disorders of puppies and kittens. This week let’s turn our focus on the medical conditions that can affect your pet’s mobility as they become adults and senior pets.

Adult pet common mobility problems

Pets ages 1 to 7 are usually in prime health. Mobility issues that arise are often traumatic and unexpected. Here are some adult pet movement complications you should be familiar with.

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