Rottweiler
Rottweiler

Extend Your Rottweiler  Life In These 5 Steps !

Written by : Maky
The Rottweiler s are large dogs breed , and they are more vulnerable to arthritis than smaller dogs.  As they are getting older , their muscular bodies are making them more sensitive to arthritis.  However , you can extend your Rottweiler ‘s life by taking these steps to help him prevent arthritis:

Prevention is better than anything!

Step 1
First step is to manage your Rottweiler ‘s weight. His ideal weight should range from 70  to 110 pounds.  You should feed your dog with nutritious diet , and that will help him to keep his weight within the normal range.  Overweight can be a main cause   of arthritis.  If your Rottweiler’s weight is exceeding normal range , you should talk to  your vet about placing him on a proper diet, and help him to back his weight to normal  and to reduce the risk of arthritis.

Step 2
Massage.  Using your fingertips and rubbing his muscles  around his  joints can help him to relax his muscles, and to promote a healthy range in his joints.  That can prevent the development of arthritis.  If you don’t exactly know how , ask your vet and he may teach you some of the massage techniques , especially physical therapy  and that will also help to prevent arthritis in your Rottweiler.

Step 3
Keep in mind that dogs are just like humans – they need to be active.  Exercise is a crucial step in preventing arthritis.  Teach him how to perform  muscle-building exercises. He can go swimming , or walking on treadmills, and engage him in those exercises.  This can help your Rottweiler to keep a healthy weight management.

Step 4
Believe it or not , bad or awkward positions of sleeping are more likely to develop arthritis than the other dogs who are sleeping in the beds with good support and good positions.  Orthopedic dog beds can help in preventing of arthritis.

Step 5
Adding joint-supporting supplements to your Rottweiler ‘s diet can help to minimize the risk of arthritis,  such as minerals , glucosamine , and chondroitin.

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