Originally Posted by ~*~anebel~*~
ETA with arthritis, the last thing you want to do as well is give them time off, reconditioning them is terribly difficult. You should try your best to maintain her in the same amount of exercise every day. If she is not lame, and just flexing on the hock, then you should be able to put her on adequan and see the joint degeneration slow. She will always flex on that hock now though, all you can do is slow the progression of the arthritis through management and (imo) adequan.
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Agreed, we're going to try and manage it best we can. The stuff I'm using is Conquer, it's the only oral stuff out there that's clinically proven to make a difference, so we're going to give it a shot. I agree though, most oral HA products are crap.