Starting last summer, our 9-year-old Golden Retriever regularly had trouble with his right front leg when he was playing with our youngest dog. If he put too much weight on the leg, he would yelp loudly, though after a while he could gradually start using the leg again. A specialist veterinarian diagnosed him with arthrosis in both elbows, and we were given Metacam. Things were okay for a while, but eventually Bradley really seemed to be slowing down, becoming an old dog.
We went to Noorden to let Dr Aharon take a look at him. She watched him walk, examined him, and diagnosed arthrosis in his front paws and elbows. Her advice was a good warming-up of all the muscles before walks and cooling the paws and elbows afterwards, along with no stairs and more rest. She suggested we give Bradley Canoflex too. Two weeks later, Dr Aharon saw him again and noted that his pelvis and a vertebrae were out of alignment. She adjusted this with orthomanipulation.
After these two visits, Bradley changed completely. He became an active and happy dog, and he is still doing well!