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Dog Supplements Should Provide Glucosamine Via Nutrients Compatible To A Canine's Biology
by: Dwight Healer

Glucosamine is an amino acid and an outstanding predecessor in the synthesis of certain proteins and lipids. The popularity of these nutriments results from its usefulness of relieving the agony connected with the aging of our joints and ligaments. Glucosamine can be found in the shells of shellfish, animal bones and bone marrow. Several human grade supplements use these substances as a source for their glucosamine. Dog owners wishing to add Glucosamine to their dog's diet should hunt for dog nutrition supplements containing high grade sources of Glucosamine. Glucosamine is present in certain categories of fungi, such as Aspergillus Niger. It is commonly used as a dog food supplement and known as dog Glucosamine.

As dogs grow old, their joints, ligaments, tendons and joint liquids wear and age too. Depending on their level of exercise and their diets, some dogs can remain awfully healthy well into their senior years. Unfortunately a major percentage of dogs get really stiff and immobile within five or six years. The relative fast process of getting older of dogs makes it required for owners to begin supplementing Glucosamine when their dogs are puppies. Feeding practices also create the requirement for Glucosamine for instance the BARF style diet tries to mimic a dog's natural feeding habits with a red beef. This diet is high in uric acid. Uric acid is a main stimulator to several painful arthritic-type conditions. In other words, feeding dogs food they love is setting them up for mobility issues later in life. Dog glucosamine is the solution to this issue.

Modern dog owners realize dog nutrition supplements have the facility to improve their dog's quality of life. It's been medically proven that agents like dog Glucosamine can be favorable in maintaining a dogs joint health as well as ensuring that they remain mobile and active all though their life. Glucosamine is a compound found in a dog's cartilage and synovial fluid. It's a normal component of a dogs glycosaminoglycans which forms the cellular structure of connecting tissues, found through a dogs body. Recent studies have also shown that orally administered dog Glucosamine is soaked up and distributed to joint tissues. Glucosamine's ability to help the condition of a dog's joints is boosted by its anti inflammatory properties, meaning it can be beneficial in osteo-arthritic type symptoms.

Dog glucosamine has been reported to help preventing chronic infirmities such as arthritis, osteoarthritis, osseous rheumatism, disc degeneration, bursitis, ankylosing spondylitis, tendinitis, cartilage, tendons, ligaments repair, skin wound-healing and carpal tunnel syndrome. Dog glucosamine can also cure a dogs inflamed discs, sciatic nerve and inflamed joints-conditions that are usually connected with aging. Dog glucosamine as a supplement comes in several forms, including Glucosamine HCl and sulphate. A dog's biology is better prepared to utilize certain forms of nutrient elements than others. Organizations that are pros in dog nutrition science use proven science to develop products specially for a dog's biology. Avoid human nutrition supplements re packed for dogs, lots of the sources of the nutrients in these products are hard for a dog's body to utilize.

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