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rimadyl

Rimadyl chewable tabs (Carprofen)

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Rimadyl (carprofen)- RIMADYL is an NSAID used for pain relief in dogs.

RIMADYL is a 24-hour, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Your veterinarian may prescribe RIMADYL (pronounced “Rim-a-dill”) to treat the pain associated with arthritis, or to help control pain after soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries. Over 16 million dogs have been treated with RIMADYL, making it the #1 prescribed canine NSAID in the world. And for many dogs, the #1 reason to wag their tail.

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This product requires a prescription (Click for more information)

Rimadyl (carprofen)- RIMADYL is an NSAID used for pain relief in dogs.

RIMADYL is a 24-hour, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Your veterinarian may prescribe RIMADYL (pronounced “Rim-a-dill”) to treat the pain associated with arthritis, or to help control pain after soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries. Over 16 million dogs have been treated with RIMADYL, making it the #1 prescribed canine NSAID in the world. And for many dogs, the #1 reason to wag their tail.

RIMADYL is available in 25 mg, 75 mg, and 100 mg chewable tablets or caplets. The dosage is dependent upon your dog’s body weight and can be administered either once or twice a day.

Important Safety Information: RIMADYL is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication available only by prescription through your veterinarian. As with other NSAID-class medications, signs of RIMADYL intolerance may include appetite loss, vomiting and diarrhea, which could indicate side effects involving the digestive tract, liver or kidneys. Some of these side effects may occur without warning and, in rare situations may be serious, resulting in hospitalization or even death. If these signs occur, discontinue RIMADYL therapy and consult your veterinarian. Click here for full prescribing information.

 

 

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