Do your knees click when you stand up, sit down or walk upstairs? We look into what causes those funny little noises and what you can do about it.
As we get older, the sound of clicking knees becomes a familiar accompaniment to all kind of everyday tasks. In the gym, as you bend down to pick up some weights. Standing up when you’ve been sitting down for a while at your desk. Sitting down on the sofa at the end of the day.
If your dog has stiff joints or is having trouble getting around as easily as before, Glucosamine can help. This natural supplement supports optimum joint health and can help your dog live life to the full.
Turmeric is the new wonder ingredient. But can it alleviate joint stiffness? And is it safe for dogs?
Turmeric is a tropical plant that originates in India and is part of the ginger family. For centuries, it’s been used as a culinary spice, particularly in curries, where it adds a subtle flavour and a characteristic golden colour.
In our latest survey, 41% of dog owners say their pet has stiff joints. This is distressing news for animal lovers. Luckily, though, there are lots of ways you can help. Have a read of some of the ideas.
Dog on a go slow? Just won’t move? Refusing to budge even when you put on your coat and rattle the lead? It’s just not right, is it? Here we look at why your pooch might be dragging their paws and suggest what you can do about it.
Your dog is sitting by the front door with their suitcase packed. They’ve got their favourite YuMOVE One-A-Day, their special rug and their travel water bowl at the ready. But have they got the right passport? Here’s our guide to EU travel with your four-pawed friend, before and after Brexit.
This is the story of Charlie, the chocolate Labrador who inspired Lintbells’ founder to create YuMOVE, the UK’s no.1 veterinary joint supplement. John Davies is the co-founder of Lintbells, and a love of dogs runs in his family. His parents had working collies that lived on their farm while his wife’s parents kept Golden Labradors.
If your dog isn’t getting enough EFAs from their diet, they can develop a variety of problems. These can vary from dry itchy skin and a dull coat to heart disease, diabetes and a compromised immune system. Like us, dogs need to get these nutrients from the food that they eat. EFAs play a crucial role in maintaining the healthy function of your dog’s heart and liver, helping their skin and coat to stay healthy and their joints to stay strong.
Do you have a jumpy cat that climbs the curtains or a dog that’s spooked by its own shadow? In Stress Awareness Month, we look at how to spot when your pet is stressed and the best ways to calm their jangling nerves.
A gorgeous, glossy coat usually indicates a healthy animal. So should you worry if your dog has dandruff? We get the lowdown from our vet on when to take your pooch’s dandruff seriously and which bonkers ‘treatments’ to avoid.