Metacam (meloxicam) Oral Suspension, 1.5 mg/mL, 32 mL
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Increased mobility and quality of life are some of the benefits of Metacam (meloxicam) Oral Suspension 1.5 mg/mL, 32 mL pet meds. Metacam is a non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) for dogs that treats the pain and inflammation from arthritis and other bone and joint diseases. There is no cure for arthritis, but Metacam offers relief from associated symptoms.
- Increased mobility and better quality of life for your dog
- Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) for dogs
- Reduces pain, inflammation, and stiffness
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 4
I really like this product! I used this for years on one of my first dogs and she improved ativity, without pain.
and now I am using it again for a current dog to ease her mobility. dogs do not show pain until it is unbearable!! so if they are showing signs of stiffness, you have waited to long!
Vet Depot is absolutely the best online pet product resource.
My dog is 13 and has arthritis. We had tried everything for her. She was recently prescribed Metacam by the vet. I wanted to continue it but the vet's price was so expensive. I found this larger bottle at a great price from Vet Depot. It seems to help her pain and helps her sleep better at night.
My vet gave this to my dog after hip surgery and it helped and now I will try it again.
My dog doesn't really limp anymore. Just weak in the backend, slow getting up, a little over weight. She loves eating this on bread. Vet depot is much cheaper than 1-800 Petmeds. Do your price checks!!!!
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