Deramaxx 25 mg, 90 Chewable Tablets helps manage the symptoms of hip dysplasia and arthritis in dogs while being narcotic and steroid free. NSAIDs like Deramaxx work by inhibiting cyclooxygenase (COX-2) enzymes that prompt inflammation and pain.
- Manages the symptoms of osteoarthritis and hip dysplasia
- Beef-flavored tablets for easy administration
- Manages chronic osteoarthritis in dogs
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 5
Happy Dog, Unhappy Squirrels!
My dog's legs and hips soreness has improved ever since she began taking Deramaxx. She's chasing squirrels again as if she was a young pup! I'm thankful for her improvement and Vet Depot.
Our dog Sadie developed knee pain and started taking a Deramaxx sample. We then found out she had a luxating patella and would need surgery. She was unaware that she was even an injured dog, a regular prescription of the medication works well for her. She continues to take it now after her surgery is completed and recovering very well. The price here was about half of what the vet was offering... Great value!!!
My dog suffers from knee and elbow -- pretty much all-over -- joint pain. Instead of jumping to surgery, physical therapy, etc., our vet recommended we try a sample of Deramaxx. We witnessed a difference in our dog and her comfort almost overnight. I would highly recommend this medication to other dog lovers.
Deramaxx 25 mg, 90 Tablets
Brodie (50 lb) started to have trouble jumping, was constantly whining, etc. Giving him one 25mg pill helped a lot! Now, he is more active & seems much better!
Our cocker mix is 13 years old and very arthritic. Deramaxx 25 mg keeps her on her feet. We couldn't do without it.
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