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Preventing Lameness in Sporting and Active Dogs

Preventing injuries or conditions that lead to lameness in your dog is crucial when you have a sporting or active dog. These dogs put more strain on their muscles, ligaments, and other parts of their musculoskeletal system, increasing their risk of injuries or chronic conditions. Our conditions treated at Trinity Pet Hospital in Laguna Hills, CA, include injuries and illnesses in active dogs. A pet examination can help keep your active dog healthy and happy for the future.


Healthy Weight

Dogs that are overweight put more stress on their joints, causing strains, sprains, and other soft tissue injuries. Keeping your sporting or active dog at a healthy weight is vital for its long-term health. Our veterinarian can offer advice to keep your dog at a healthy weight.


Conditioning can help your dog’s body get used to a specific sport or activity. Your dog’s conditioning should involve doing regular exercises or other training that involves similar movements as the sport or activity it participates in.


Giving different groups of muscles a workout is also crucial for preventing lameness in your dog. Have your active dog do cross-training with multiple activities. Doing this can help your dog remain interested in training while protecting it from injuries and chronic conditions that lead to lameness.


Active dogs need to warm up muscles before exercising, just like humans do. Have your dog do warm-up exercises before participating in a sport or activity. Warming up helps prepare your dog’s muscles and joints for physical activity.

Nutritious Diet

A healthy diet is essential for keeping your dog’s bones, muscles, and musculoskeletal system in good shape. Poor nutrition in your dog can lead to significant health issues. Our veterinarian can advise you on what to feed your dog to provide a balanced diet.

Routine Checkups

Regular exams can protect active dogs from lameness or other health problems. Our veterinarian can check for injuries or signs of chronic conditions during routine checkups. We can also recommend ways to help lower the risk of injuries in sporting or active dogs. These checkups can help catch and treat health issues in your dog before they significantly impact its well-being. You should have your dog examined at least once a year or more often if needed.

Visit Our Veterinarian in Laguna Hills, CA

Regular pet examinations are crucial for protecting your active or sporting dog from significant injuries or health issues, so contact Trinity Pet Hospital in Laguna Hills, CA, to protect your dog’s health and well-being. Our conditions treated include musculoskeletal injuries, such as soft tissue injuries, so call us today at (949) 768-1314 to keep your dog healthy and happy.

Location and Hours

24861 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills, CA 92653


7:00 am - 6:00 pm


7:00 am - 6:00 pm


7:00 am - 6:00 pm


7:00 am - 6:00 pm


7:00 am - 6:00 pm


8:00 am - 3:00 pm



Trinity Pet Hospital


24861 Alicia Pkwy,
Laguna Hills, CA 92653