Archive - April 2013

Dog Thyroid Medication

Hypothyroidism is caused by autoimmune thyroiditis which results in the destruction of the thyroid tissues. Dogs with hypothyroidism may develop secondary seborrhea, hair loss, weight gain, intolerance to cold, lethargy among many other undesirable symptoms. To avoid your dog from undergoing any pain and discomfort due to hypothyroidism medication will be required.
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Horse Arthritis Medications

Equine arthritis, otherwise known as degenerative joint disease, is the most common cause of lameness in horses. While older horses are often affected, arthritis can strike at an early age, too, altering a promising career path. Over time, the self-feeding cycle of inflammation results in joint surface (cartilage) deterioration, painful joint capsule thickening and the breakdown of joint fluid. The body, in an attempt to heal the damage, lays down scar tissue and bone that decrease flexibility and overall joint function. Read More