Irish Stalk (details)
Arthritis is a common disease in Irish stalks. This disease is also called rheumatoid arthritis. The disease is generally occurred in the middle -aged and elderly Ireland stalks. The lesions are often accompanied by redness, swelling, heat, and inflammation. Large dogs are easy to get. So what are the specific causes of arthritis?
1. The owner's attention to joint issues is low
The owner of the Irish stalk often ignores the health of the Irish stalk joint. It was difficult to walk in the Irish stalk, and when the ability of the activity decreased, I was surprised that Irish stalks had suffered from arthritis! The joint problem is that the cartilage tissue on the joint surface will be eroded due to long -term loss and tear, causing joint stiffness and pain. The damaged joints of some Irish stalks will cause bone spurs, causing the Irish stalks to suffer.
2. Long -term excessive exercise+malnutrition = increased acid substances
Due to long -term excessive exercise, or feeding dog food nutritional imbalance, too much acidic substances in the pet body , "Slipper" and "cartilage" are dissolved when they are acidic, so the natural protection barrier disappears, and the end of the skeletal protrusions and proliferation have limited the movement of the joints and caused great inconvenience to the pets of pets. In addition The expansion of acidic substances will cause a large amount of calcium in the body and cause soreness of the movement muscle.
Third, the changes in the form of modern people affect the health of Irish stalks
For example, the log floor paved at home, because it is too smooth, let puppies often kick in unintentionally, causing dog legs to not fail The necessary burden. Especially the large hunting dogs such as Labrado. Because they lack exercise and eat too fat, they are prone to suffering from arthritis, because people are often ignored because people do not pay attention.