What is Arthritis?

Learn about what arthritis is, how to identify it in your dog and what the long term outlook is with our expert advice and knowledge pages. If you’re not sure whether your dog has arthritis or not, or if you want to find out more about what arthritis is and how it will affect your dog, this is the place to start.

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We believe that changing owner, vet and public perception of how to diagnose and treat chronic pain in animals will lead to improved lives for animals and their owners

Managing Arthritis

If you’ve recently discovered that your dog has arthritis, or your current treatment plan doesn’t seem to be working, take a look at our wealth of information on managing the disease.

We’ve developed lots of resources to help you best manage your pets disease, including our treatment pyramid which aims to illustrate the order in which different treatment options should be used. You might be surprised to find out how small and simple changes can make such a big difference!

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How CAM Can Help

CAM’s mission is to improve and extend lives for dogs suffering from arthritis, and we’ve developed a range of services to help us achieve this. Focused mainly on education and awareness, we aim to provide dog owners and vets with the knowledge and insight you need to effectively treat and manage canine arthritis.

For dog owners we offer home consultations, manual therapy, free downloads and resources and educational talks – and we’re also delivering interesting and informative talks to veterinary professionals, too.

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Case Studies

Don't just take our word for it - why not take a look at some of our success stories? See for yourself how by making simple changes and watching out for common signs, you could help your dog to live a longer and happier life. 

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CAM Products

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Awareness and
educational products

CAM is passionate about improving awareness of chronic pain and want to help Vets and therapists do the same. We have an array of awareness and educational material that practices can purchase at a low cost. These along with the social media films we’ve produced deliver a powerful message to the clients sitting in their waiting room!

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Veterinary CPD

CAM offers practice talks for the whole practice team, with the intention of empowering all practice staff to be involved with setting up the “OA A team”. After these inciteful motivating lectures CAM aims to help you have your OA clinic up and running in-house or externally within days!

The practice will have the option of using CAM client resources, designed to enable a practice to get an OA clinic up, running and successful immediately after the training.

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Join Holly's Army

I am recruiting my own army! Dogs of the world unite! Join me in the fight against arthritis, together we will have #yourdogmoreyears! 

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Sometimes we just put up with too much!
I’m one of those owners! The ones that allow the old beloved to take liberties!!

But that’s a bit of what it’s about huh
It’s about enjoying your life with your dog for as long as is possible

“Our thing” is Camper van life!!! It is our time to do special stuff!

I may be naive but aren’t of the majority of dog owners wanting this? And don’t the majority of industry around pet ownership want this?

Let’s club together and all push for #yourdogmoreyears

Contact us if you feel you can help collaborate and spread the word!!!!

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Canine Arthritis Management

CAM followers are on fire this week!!!
This shows you logical but simple ideas of how to help your dog!!
Well done Rupert’s owner ...you get full marks for your sensible solutions !!!!
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Hey CAM followers! We hope you've been enjoying June's therapeutic exercise videos over the last few weeks.
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Whether you’ve got a lazy #weekend ahead or an activity packed one make sure you set aside some quality time to spend with your pooch as bordom has a huge impact on the perception of pain. Let us know you and your dogs plans! #dogsoftwitter #dog #MakeItTheirWeekendToo

We know that in humans stress can make the symptoms of #chronicpain feel much worse. Can we assume the same is true for pets? I think we can, I think I’ve even seen it!! Using products like @Petremedy1 could really help to manage #stress and therefore pain


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Not JUST getting old. Getting old GREAT!!!
People often believe their dog is slowing down because it is getting old and it is a simple part of the ageing process.
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In Silence
Nobody should suffer in silence. 80% of dogs over 8 years old have arthritis, which is a major cause of elective euthanasia.
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Holly's Story
Holly's Story is about an owner's unwillingness to believe her dogs age should decide her fate after discovering she had liver cancer. She survived!