What’s your dog’s OA risk? Identifying osteoarthritis (OA) isn’t always easy, since the early signs are subtle and dogs instinctively try to hide signs of pain. This quiz will help you get a peek into whether your dog is at risk for developing OA or is potentially already experiencing some of the painful signs. Keep in mind this quiz is not a diagnostic tool. Only a veterinarian can diagnose canine osteoarthritis and prescribe treatment, when needed, so be sure to discuss the quiz results at your next veterinary appointment. How easily does your dog jump into a car or onto your bed or couch? My dog jumps up with no problem My dog hesitates a bit before jumping up Sometimes my dog needs help jumping up My dog cannot jump into the car or onto the bedWhen you and your dog go for walks, where does your dog walk most of the time? Behind me Beside me In front of me We don’t get to go on many walksHow often does your dog limp? Never Sometimes Often AlwaysHow would you describe your dog’s mood over the past few months? Unchanged A little more anxious and irritable Much more anxious and irritableWhich phrase would you use to best describe your dog's waist or midsection? I can easily see my dog's ribs I can barely see my dog's ribs I can feel my dog's ribs, but I can't see them I can't see or feel my dog's ribsHow old is your dog? Growing (up to 1 year old) Young Adult (1 to 2 years old) Adult (3 to 6 years old) Older (7 years old and older)What size is your dog? Small (Shih Tzus, Yorkshire Terrier, Pug) Medium (Beagle, Basset Hound, Sheltie) Large (Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd) Giant (Bull Mastiff, Great Dane, Saint Bernard)8 out of 7Time is Up!