icon

MYOS Canine Muscle Formula - Blog

  • Is your dog recovering from surgery? 5 ways to help them maintain their muscles and joints.

    Is your dog recovering from surgery? 5 ways to help them maintain their muscles and joints.   Post-surgery treatment is vital to your dog’s recovery.  Here are five methods geared specifically toward restoring and sustaining muscle and joint health.   Exercise There’s a range of exercises and movements involved in post-operative rehabilitation, ...
  • Improving Muscle Health in Senior Dogs

    When it comes to the overall well-being of aging canines, muscle health tends to take a back seat. Here’s why we should focus more on increasing muscle mass in our senior dogs.   40 million dogs in the United States are considered senior dogs (dogs over the age of seven), and with age often comes a decrease in muscle mass. Age-induced atrophy, c...
  • 5 Ways to Be Proactive with your Dog's Muscle Health.

      From the time your dog is a puppy, an active routine and proper nutrition are among the most common ways to maintain muscle mass and strength, and prevent muscular atrophy as they age. Being proactive with their muscle health needs can help them live longer, healthier, happier lives for #moretimetogether!   Here are 5 helpful tips to be proac...
  • PRESS RELEASE: MYOS CORP Announces Peer Reviewed Study on The Impact of Fortetropin in Arthritic Dogs Has Been Accepted for Publication

    MYOS CORP Announces Peer Reviewed Study on The Impact of Fortetropin in Arthritic Dogs Has Been Accepted for Publication   Dogs Supplemented with Fortetropin® Experienced Clinically Significant Improvements in Osteoarthritis   CEDAR KNOLLS, N.J., March 29, 2022--  MYOS CORP, a research-based, advanced nutrition company, announces that a new peer...
  • How To Prevent Muscle Loss in Your Pet During Weight Loss Diets.

    Offering the last bite of table scraps to your furry friend is not such a great idea.  It has been estimated that 55.8% of dogs in the United States and 59.5% cats are either overweight or obese.  Overweight or obese dogs face an elevated risk of developing many diseases such as heart disease, inflammatory diseases, type 2 diabetes, and osteoart...
  • Time to Snuggle With Your Big Dog

    Happy Fursday,   Millie here with another blog post. This week I streamed a new movie about a certain "Big Red Dog" and his adventure in the Big Apple. It was a great film about a 10 foot dog. Can you imagine?   While I am not a movie critic I did enjoy snuggling up on the couch and watching a great movie with loved ones.  Dogs are pack animals ...
  • Keep Your Dog Active After Age 12

    As a dog owner, you know how tough it can be to keep your four-legged friend entertained. And coming up with new ways of entertaining them is almost as exhausting!   But it is important for your dog to be active as they age to help prevent joint pain and muscle deterioration.   This can lead to a type of muscle loss where the muscle begins wast...
  • November is National Senior Pet Month

    What's better than a lifetime of love? Not many things.   But now you can give your pet senior citizens status with National Senior Pet Month! Yes indeed, November is National Senior Pet Month.     As veterinary medicine grows and funding for research continues to increase, pets are living longer healthier lives than ever before.   Which means ...
  • Tips & Treats for a Safe Halloween

    Happy Fursday Friends,   Halloween is a fun holiday. For humans AND PETS. We love Halloween! 🐕  🎃   But I want to make certain we are safe as well. For the kids and the animals. Be careful when you are planning and participating in Halloween festivities so that your pet(s) live and play in safe spaces.     Consider these tips to keep our pets sa...
  • More Than Just the Injury

    Happy Fursday Friends,   This week I wanted to talk about getting back to "routine canine life" after surgery or an injury.   Every dog is different and recovery times vary and sometimes it could even be more than just the injury. This got me thinking about reasons that can slow recovery & symptoms that occur after surgery or an injury.   W...
  • Preventing Muscle Loss After Surgery

      We know how stressful it can be when your pup has an injury that may require surgery. From diagnosis to recovery, there are a lot of decisions that you need to make in your pup’s best interest.   One of the most challenging stages comes post-surgery, when your dog is in the recovery process. Some dogs need to have reduced mobility and we all k...
  • Improving Your Senior Dog's Mobility

    This week we are going to talk about mobility. Just like humans, mobility can decrease as we dogs age. As your four-legger ages, you may notice that they need a bit more help getting around and may not be as active as they once were.   Just because your dog may slow down a bit doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice those daily walks and play time. L...
  • E-Newsletter

    Join our community of dog lovers at MYOS Pet. We are dedicated to providing valuable resource articles as well as publishing dog health, nutrition tips & posts.

    Click Here to Join