Pet care tips: How to prevent IVDD in Dogs

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Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) is an age-related degenerative disease commonly seen in dogs and occasionally in cats. It happens that the most common spinal cord performed for dogs is as a result of this disease. When the intervertebral disc, which supports and acts as a shock absorber degenerates, it can lead to spinal cord compression and disc herniation.

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Pet care tips: How to prevent IVDD in Dogs

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Intervertebral disc disease IVDD is an age- related degenerative disease commonly seen in dogs and occasionally in cats. It happens that the most common spinal cord performed for dogs is as a result of this disease. When the intervertebral disc which supports and acts as a shock absorber degenerates it can lead to spinal cord compression and disc herniation.

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