You can recognise if your pet is suffering from joint pain if they have reduced movement, if they wince or whimper when they move or when you gently touch the limb, if you can see visible swelling or if they avoid walking or sitting/laying on the joint. If your pet exhibits any of these behaviours, it may be best to pursue the opinion of a vet. There are palliative and preventative measures you can make at home to help your pet's joint health.
Our Bella and Boots packs are great for puppies or older dogs, young kittens or grumpy cats, whether they’ve eaten a raw food diet before or not. You can read more about the benefits of our food packs in our product description or by reaching out online or in-store at Forest Glen. We’d love to hear more about your furry friend, new or old, and anything funny, clever or unique they do. You can tag us on social media @bella_nboots or fill out our Pet of the Fortnight form here to win a 700g food pack.