Pain Relief for Dogs

Caring for Senior Dogs: Recognising Pain and Digestive Issues

As our beloved pets age, they often encounter various health challenges. Recognising the signs of pain and digestive issues in senior dogs is crucial for ensuring their comfort and well-being. Here’s what to watch out for:

Signs of Pain in Senior Dogs:

  1. Changes in Mobility: Limping, stiffness, or difficulty rising and lying down.
  2. Altered Behaviour: Increased irritability, aggression, or reluctance to be touched.
  3. Vocalisation: Whining, whimpering, or barking without an apparent cause.
  4. Loss of Appetite: Reluctance to eat, leading to weight loss.
  5. Restlessness: Inability to settle, pacing, or frequent repositioning.

Signs of Digestive Issues in Senior Dogs:

  1. Vomiting: Frequent or severe vomiting can indicate serious digestive problems.
  2. Diarrhoea: Persistent diarrhoea, especially when accompanied by other symptoms.
  3. Constipation: Difficulty passing stool or noticeable discomfort.
  4. Gassiness: Increased flatulence or burping.
  5. Abdominal Pain: Sensitivity to touch in the stomach area, often accompanied by whining or other signs of distress.

How Our Topical Digestive & Pain Relief Serum Helps

When it comes to providing relief for your senior dog's pain and digestive issues, our topical digestive & pain relief serum offers a unique and effective solution. Here’s how it can help:

Natural Pain Relief:

  • Anti-Inflammatory Properties: The combination of Arnica montana and Cedrus atlantica helps reduce inflammation and alleviate pain, promoting improved mobility and comfort .
  • Muscle Soothing: Arnica montana and Cedrus atlantica work together to ease muscle soreness and stiffness, making it easier for your dog to move around without discomfort .

Digestive Support:

  • Soothing Ingredients: Zingiber officinale (ginger) and Mentha piperita (peppermint) are known for their digestive soothing properties, helping to alleviate nausea and improve appetite .
  • Calming Effect: Boswellia sacra (frankincense) provides a calming effect that can help reduce anxiety and stress, which are often associated with digestive discomfort .

Easy and Safe Application:

  • Topical Solution: Unlike oral medications that can cause digestive upset, our serum is applied topically, ensuring that your dog receives relief without additional gastrointestinal distress.
  • Fast Absorption: Cocos nucifera (MCT oil) ensures quick absorption of the serum, providing fast and targeted relief where your dog needs it most .

Premium, Natural Ingredients:

  • No Harsh Chemicals: Our serum is made with biodegradable, all-natural ingredients, ensuring it is gentle on your dog’s skin and free from harmful chemicals.


Monitoring your senior dog for signs of pain and digestive issues is essential for their quality of life. Our topical digestive & pain relief serum offers a natural, effective, and gentle solution to help manage these symptoms, ensuring your beloved pet stays comfortable and happy in their golden years. Invest in their well-being and experience the difference today.



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