A common condition in many dogs, Hip Dysplasia occurs when the ball and socket joint of the hip doesn’t develop properly, leading to improper fit and movement. This can lead to pain, inflammation and reduced mobility. While proper veterinary care and, in some cases, surgical intervention are essential, providing the right nutrition can significantly contribute to your dog’s comfort and overall health while living with hip dysplasia. In this blog, we’ll explore a plethora of dietary considerations and recommendations for feeding a dog with hip dysplasia. Glucosamine and Chondroitin Glucosamine is......