Rimadyl (Carprofen) 75mg, 30 Chewable Tablets
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Choose Rimadyl Chewable Tablets for dog arthritis pain relief
Order Rimadyl (Carprofen) 75mg, 30 Chewable Tablets today to help ease your dog's pain and discomfort caused by arthritis, hip dysplasia, or other joint abnormalities. This non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) is the number one pain killer prescribed for dogs. Rimadyl is also used to control pain after orthopedic or soft tissue surgeries.
Unlike aspirin or ibuprofen, which may be dangerous for dogs, Rimadyl is FDA-approved for pain and inflammation relief in dogs. A single dose works for up to 24 hours, providing all-day relief. These liver-flavored chewable tablets make administration easy. While there is no cure for arthritis, Rimadyl (Carprofen) 75 mg can help restore your pet's mobility and activity levels.
For oral administration, the manufacturer's recommended dose is 2 mg of Rimadyl per 1 lb of bodyweight (4.4 mg/kg) given every 24 hours. However, the dose can be divided and given every 12 hours as 1 mg per 1 lb of bodyweight (2.2 mg/kg). However, always follow your veterinarian's specific instructions for administering Rimadyl to your pet.
Remember, Rimadyl Caplets and Chewable Tablets are for use in dogs only. Do not administer to cats or other animals. Keep out of reach of pets and children.
Rimadyl (Carprofen) 75mg, 30 Chewable Tablets Customer Reviews
- Treats pain associated with arthritis and soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries
- Narcotic- and steroid-free pain reliever for dogs
- The number one prescribed dog NSAID in the world
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