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Arthritis Treatment for Pets

As your pet reaches its golden years, problems concerning their bones, joints and ligaments may become more common. For many pets, arthritis is a natural part of growing old. Unfortunately, there is no cure for arthritis. But, you don’t have to worry! With the help of our team, we can keep your pet as comfortable and strong as possible, despite their diagnosis. Please call us at 613.543.2812 to learn more about our arthritis services and to schedule your next appointment.

What are the signs of arthritis in dogs/cats?

The earliest signs of arthritis that you may notice is that your pet may have trouble performing certain tasks or actions that they previously had no issues with (e.g. climbing upstairs, running alongside you). As the chronic condition progresses, more pronounced symptoms can begin to appear such as limping, trembling, yelping when touched, stiff/swollen joints and even lameness in one or more of their limbs.

What is the treatment for arthritis in pets?

First things first – please contact us and schedule an appointment. Only then can we properly diagnose the type of arthritis that your pet has, and the best course of action to manage it. A combination of medical prescriptions, physical rehabilitation, as well as environmental and behavioural modifications to your home all go hand-in-hand in treating arthritis.

Last updated: March 14, 2022

Dear Clients,

We are happy to announce that as of March 21, 2022, we will be reopening our doors (with some restrictions).

Here are some important changes to consider when visiting the hospital:

Appointments

Food and Medication Pick Up

Face Masks are required to enter the building and must remain on for the duration of your visit.

NEW PET OWNERS

Have you welcomed a new furry family member to your home? We’d love to meet them! Visit our Must Know New Pet Owner Information page for useful resources and helpful recommendations for new pet owners.

Our team is very excited to start welcoming you back into the hospital! We kindly ask for your patience while we make these adjustments. Any kind of disrespectful behaviour will not be tolerated by our team and may result in the denial of service. Please be kind, we're all in this together.

- Your dedicated team at Morrisburg Animal Hospital