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A Look at Limping & Lameness in your dog. 

Is your Dog suddenly limping?  Has he / she become lame and unable to move freely?  Will this problem heal on its own,  and at what point do I need to incur the expense of a trip to the veterinarian?  Exactly what should I do about my limping dog?  Before deciding, watch this video!

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A Limping Dog is often the very first sign of a potentially substantial veterinarian bill.  Debts of over $10,000 can be incurred if surgery or the talents of a pet surgeon are required due to chronic leg pain or lameness. Early treatment & maintenance is the key and it can often help avoid huge veterinarian bills.  Often, treatment depends on exactly where the limping occurs. Let’s look at each:

Lameness or Limping in Front and/or Rear Legs:

Osteochondritis dissecans (OD / OCD) is a defect on the smooth cartilage surface within joints. It usually affects the shoulder, but also can affect the elbow, hip, or knee (stifle). In certain situations, this defect might be controllable using Flexpet w/ CM8 along with rest & restricted activity for several weeks.

Panosteitis is an inflammation on the surface of the long bones. It can occur in more than one bone at a time and often causes a painful “shifting” of lameness that goes from one bone or leg to another. It is self-limiting but may recur anytime during developmental years.

Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy (HOD) is an inflammation in the growth plates of the long bones .It usually causes swelling & pain of the joints, which often presents itself in the form of  fever along with loss of appetite. Fortunately, with early diagnosis and treatment, most dogs do not suffer permanent damage. Others may develop deformed legs. Treatment is medication that relieves pain and suppresses inflammation.

Lameness or Limping in Front Legs Only: In this case, the usual cause is Elbow Dysplasia, which is an abnormal growth or development in the dog’s elbow joint that can be identified by 3 different typical problems:

UAP (ununited anconeal process): UAP is a defect in the anconeal process, which is a small piece of bone on the back of the ulna (the longer forearm bones) located at the rear point of the elbow. Whenever this bone does not fuse properly, the dog’s elbow joint becomes unstable and this process develops into degenerative joint disease, in the form of arthritis. Sometimes the bone fragment floats freely in the joint, and dogs with UAP are lame on the affected leg or legs.  They demonstrate a lot of pain, & they may cry when the elbow is extended.

FCP (fragmented coronoid process): FCP is a defect of one of the coronoid processes, which are two small bony protrusions on the end of the ulna, found within the elbow joint. Dogs with this condition develop a crack that separates from the rest of the bone, which results in severe pain & joint instability. Unless identified and treated in its early stages, arthritis develops. This condition is traditionally hereditary and is more frequently found in the larger breeds of dog, such as the Retriever, Rottweiler, & German shepherd.

Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD). (OCD was discussed in the paragraph topic above discussing Front & Rear Leg Limpness.)

Lameness or Limping in Rear Legs Only: The most prevalent causes of leg lameness to the rear leags are hip dysplasia and / or luxating patella.

Hip Dysplasia is an improper formation of the hip joint(s). During growth, both the “ball” (head of the femur) and the “socket” (acetabulum) need to grow at equal rates. “Dysplasia” is defined as abnormal development or abnormal growth. Dogs with hip dysplacia do not experience a uniform growth of the ball and socket areas. The hips operate “out of place” which results in pain, limping & lameness.

Hip dysplasia is quite frequently hereditary, with common in large breed dogs such as Golden Retrievers, Labrador Retrievers, Mastiffs, German shepherds, Rottweilers, Old English Sheepdogs, especially susceptible.

Recent research suggests that diet and/or calcium levels in the diet of puppies are risk factors. Veterinarians advise feeding large breed puppies a special large-breed puppy food for at least their first year, along with a preventative such as Flexpet w/CM8.

Dogs with severe hip dysplasia have great difficulty moving about, while dogs with mild hip dysplasia may show no signs. However, affected dogs generally develop secondary arthritis.

Luxating Patella is a very painful condition that affects the kneecap, or patella of the dog. A luxating patella “pops” out of its groove and then can move to one side or the other when the knee is extended. Thus, whenever the kneecap luxates the knee cannot move in a normal fashion.

Unlike Hip Dysplacia, luxating patella is more common in small dog breeds.  However, like hip dysplacia, it appears to be hereditary.

There are several grades of resultant pain, starting with an occasional luxation which, when untreated, develops over time to a state of permanent luxation.

The severity usually becomes more chronic over time & becomes increasingly noticeable while the dog matures.

Often, dogs teach themselves how to ‘hyperextend’ the knee joint, the result of which is to snap the patella back into place.

How Does FlexPet Work?

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Flexpet w/CM8® is the most comprehensive pet joint supplement formula available. Providing fast relief to new users, the concentration is specifically designed to reduce inflammation and increase lubrication in your pet’s joints, reduce stiffness, and provide them with quick results. Flexpet w/CM8® is specifically formulated to produce both short term relief and long term increased mobility.

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How Does FlexPet Work?

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Flexpet w/CM8® is the most comprehensive pet joint supplement formula available. Providing fast relief to new users, the concentration is specifically designed to reduce inflammation and increase lubrication in your pet’s joints, reduce stiffness, and provide them with quick results. Flexpet w/CM8® is specifically formulated to produce both short term relief and long term increased mobility.

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What is CM8® (Cetyl Myristoleate)?

cm8CM8® is short for Cetyl Myristoleate. Cetyl Myristoleate is an all-natural compound useful for arthritis and joint pain relief. Cetyl Myristoleate is clinically shown to treat and even prevent joint pain, arthritis, osteoarthritis, & rheumatoid arthritis (RA), for pets as well as people.

The name Cetyl Myristoleate describes the chemical makeup of CM8®. It is the cetyl ester of myristoleic acid. CM8® has numerous biological functions, including working as an anti-inflammatory agent and a pain reliever. It also performs well as an immune system modulator. It is naturally derived and highly purified. When refined for oral ingestion it is a waxy ester. Because CM8® is in an ester form, it is highly resistant to oxidation and has a relatively long life in the body.

The Cetyl Myristoleate Complex is the final result of years of clinical research, exploration and testing of various raw materials, unique isolation techniques, and countless hours of investigating optimum delivery systems. It is traditionally concentrated into a fine powder for capsuling or tableting.

The Story of CM8®

Cetyl Myristoleate Developed at the National Institute of Health

drFor over 40 years, Dr. Harry Diehl dedicated his service to the US government working for the prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the Laboratory of Chemistry of the National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolic, and Digestive Diseases located in Bethesda, Maryland. In 1964, at the age of 40, Dr. Diehl became concerned about a neighbor’s pain and disability from rheumatoid arthritis. The friend’s condition had deteriorated over time until he became disabled. The neighbor had a family to support, but his arthritis had made that impossible. Diehl was a deeply religious man whose feelings overwhelmed him as his friend’s condition worsened. Harry thought, “Here I am working for the US Government at the National Institutes of Health, and I have never seen anything that was good for curing arthritis.”
He decided to take the initiative to establish a laboratory in his home to embark on a search for something to relieve the pain and disability of his neighbor and the millions of people who suffer from arthritis.

As a researcher, Diehl knew that finding a cure for arthritis meant inducing the disease experimentally in research animals. He started with albino mice and quickly realized that he was unable to induce arthritis in them. Diehl said he tried every way he could to give the mice arthritis, but they just would not get it. Then, he wrote to a fellow researcher in California, “If you or anyone else can give mice arthritis, I want to know about it, because mice are 100% immune to arthritis.” At that moment, Diehl’s research instincts told him that what he wanted was already somewhere in those mice.

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How It Works

Providing fast relief to new users, Flexpet w/CM8® is designed to reduce inflammation and increase lubrication in your joints, reduce stiffness, and provide quick results.

Timeline for Results

Normally, you’ll notice a marked improvement in your pet’s mobility within 2 to 4 weeks, sometimes even sooner! With a 100% money-back guarantee, you have absolutely nothing to lose but your pet’s discomfort & pain!

Are there any side-effects?

No, Flexpet w/CM8® is natural, with no known adverse side effects – only positive results. Flexpet is also safe for your pets to take in conjunction with other supplements or medications.

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Try a 90 day supply of Flexpet w/CM8®, with no financial risk to you. If you’re not satisfied with the results you experience simply return the empty bottles for a full refund of the purchase price, less shipping and handling.