Keys to Successful Management

Early Identification

Early identification of the signs of reduced mobility capability and energy levels, change in behaviour, and change in body shape and posture

Accurate Diagnosis

Work closely with your vet to get an accurate diagnosis

Management Plan

Work closely with your vet to create a unique management plan for your dog

Use Pain Indicators

Use chronic pain indicators unique to your dog to tailor and update your management plan

Combine Tools

Use a combination of tools for good pain control and to slow the progression of the disease

House Adaptations

Don't underestimate the benefits of house adaptions - they're easy and effective

Exercise Plans

Don't underestimate the benefits of a unique and tailored exercise plan

Alternative Options

Don't overlook alternative options for management, such as complementary therapies

React Promptly

React promptly to changes in your dog's mobility, capability and behaviour

Use CAM

Use CAM's wealth of information to get hints and tips for improved long-term management