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  • Top 5 Factors to Determine How Much to Feed your Dog.

      In order to figure out the right amount of food to give your dog each day, it’s necessary to understand the different components that affect your dog’s body and metabolic processes. Here are five factors to help you make an informed decision.   Age   One of the most important factors to take into consideration is your dog’s age. Just as metab...
  • January 2023: MYOS Pet of the Month

    Meet Dublin! He is a five-year-old Red/White Border Collie who’s won five regional championships, including Biathalon and Masters series. Since he began taking MYOS Canine Muscle Formula®, it's helped him during his rehabilitation program and it also contributed to his return to the sport after combatting Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted...
  • PRESS RELEASE: MYOS CORP Announces Publication of Peer Reviewed Study on the Impact of Fortetropin® in Geriatric and Arthritic Dogs

    Dogs Supplemented with Fortetropin Experienced Clinically Significant Improvements in Osteoarthritis   CEDAR KNOLLS, N.J. (PRWEB) JANUARY 05, 2023   MYOS CORP Announces Publication of Peer Reviewed Study on the Impact of Fortetropin® in Geriatric and Arthritic Dogs   Dogs Supplemented with Fortetropin® Experienced Clinically Significant Improv...
  • Preventative Care to Maintain Your Dog’s Muscle Health

      Preventative Care to Maintain Your Dog’s Muscle Health From the time your dog is a puppy, exercise and proper nutrition are among the most common ways to maintain muscle mass and strength and prevent issues such as muscular atrophy as they age. Being proactive with your pet’s muscle health can help them live a longer, healthier, happier life....
  • Top 5 Reasons Your Dog is Losing Muscle.

        Muscle atrophy in dogs is the wasting or loss of the dog’s muscle tissue. It often occurs in the legs, particularly the hind legs, although it can show up in other areas of the body. The condition can occur for a variety of reasons, including these top five.   Natural Aging Common signs of aging in dogs include weakening muscles. Along w...
  • December 2022: MYOS Pet of the Month

    Meet Sugar! The Almost 11-year-old Yellow Lab is now over one year post-Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery and recently made it all the way to Legend Division Finals at the Dock Dogs World Championship. MYOS was an important part of Sugar's rehab after surgery and helped her build back muscle and recover quicker! We are so happy t...
  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Active This Winter

    5 Ways Keep Your Dog Active This Winter The chill in the air is much more noticeable these days as we head into winter. But just because the weather makes outdoor play a challenge, that doesn’t mean your dog can’t stay active.  Here are five creative ways to encourage play indoors.   Have a Treasure HuntThis game involves your dog using their n...
  • Keeping Your Senior Dog Active

    Keeping Your Senior Dog Active Just like us humans, as dogs get older, they develop some health challenges, and they may not hike or play as vigorously as they used to. Dogs older than seven may slow down and sleep more as they age, and that’s even more reason to keep them active. There are things you can do to make sure your senior dog gets an...
  • November 2022: MYOS Pet of the Month

      We have a new feature here at MYOSPET to spotlight dogs who are thriving: The MYOSPET of the Month. Meet Jackson, our MYOSPET of the Month for November.   Jackson was scheduled to be euthanized at a local shelter and was thankfully rescued. He then started dock diving with an organization called NADD two years ago. In the spring of 2022, it w...
  • Recognizing and Understanding Behavior Changes in Your Senior Dog

    November is Senior Dog Month, and we here at MYOS Pet are marking it by posting valuable information to help you take the best care of your canine companion.   Recognizing and Understanding Behavior Changes in Your Senior Dog   As adult dogs age into their senior years, they begin to exhibit behavior that you hadn’t seen before. What follows are...
  • Fall Activities to do with Your Dog

      Fall is a great time to bond with your dog. Take advantage of the season with these five festive, pet-friendly fall activities!   Take a Hike With the heat of summer dying down and brisk winter on its way, autumn is the perfect time to take a scenic nature walk with your dog. Enjoy all the colors and smells autumn has to offer, all while gett...
  • Creating a safe and stress-free Halloween for you and your dog

      Here are three things you can do to ensure both you and your dog have a Happy Halloween. Never run the risk of your dog getting lost.   Whether you plan for your dog to be in the house or trick-or-treating with you, having a current ID tag on your dog is a must. With all the noise and confusion of trick-or-treaters coming to the door, dogs ca...
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