My old dog is going to be 16 in May 2014 , he has arthritis and his back legs tend to give out on him, He is slow getting up to. Tramadol has made it easier for him to climb the two steps up from the bedroom to the hallway. When I bought some from the pharmacy it was $18.00 for 28 pills. the price here at Vet Depot makes it more affordable for me to buy for him being on a limited income. Thank you Vet Depot for making this available at such a reasonable price.
Our bulldog has bone cancer and the Tramadol is helping him greatly with his pain management. VetDepot offers quality products at prices far less than the vets.
As expected and received within a week...great!
Great price, great service, keeps an old dog moving!
My dog's pain level is notably lessened when he is given this medication. In addition to its effectiveness, is the great price for which vetdepot.com sells this product!
I like your company and I have confidence in the way you handle my dog's needs. Great service.
The best price I could find anywhere and now I have a 'new' 11 year old Golden! Thank you, Vetdepot!
My Siberian Husky is coming up on 9 years old with muscle atrophy in her hind legs. The Tramadol made a dramatic difference in her pain level with no side effect seen.
Have a dog with cancer and this product has made a vast improvement in the quality of her life. VetDepot's price is far less than the vet's and their service is terrific.
I have been doing my research on various pain relievers for our bulldog. She was misdiagnosed with hip displasea, but likely has lumbosacral disease. We give her Tramadol, and it works very well --
However, given that the pain stems from inflamed and irritated nerves, it seems to me that we should also be giving her an anti-inflammatory. The product info from the product info sheet (the pdf) on this website states:
Tramadol is a pain reliever used to treat moderate to severe pain in dogs and cats. Tramadol can also be used IN COMBINATION with non-steroidal ANTI-INFLAMMATORY drugs in dogs. This analgesic is used for severe post-surgical pain and for chronic pain like cancer or degenerative osteoarthritis. It can also be used as a cough suppressant. Tramadol works by decreasing the brain's perception and response to pain by inhibiting the reuptake of norepinephrine and serotonin. This centrally acting analgesic is not related to opioids.
So, anyone have any suggestions for an anti-inflammatory? I'll be asking my vet, of course, but good info can come from many sources. Thanks in advance.
Our 13 year old terrier mutt has chronic knee pain. Although I don't think the Tramadol makes him "pain-free," if he misses a dose we notice the difference. He's a happier dog taking it. We are now dosing him twice a day, with meals. VetDepot has consistently offered the best price although it creeps up each time we make a purchase.
Tramadol has been great in treating our 90+ pit/mastiff mix for his arthritis. One pill every other day of each Carprofen and Tramadol seems to help manage his pain. And I couldn't believe the savings for the same script he got at the vet!
Tramadol is part of our daily routine. My 8-1/2 year old, 72-pound dog has hip and joint issues, and Tramadol has made a big difference in her getting around. Sometimes it's a struggle just for her to get comfortable, and getting these twice a day has been a lifesaver for us. Plus they're small, so I just hide one in her glucosamine/chondroitin supplement.
This helps my arthritic dog and VetDepot sends it fast and is the cheapest I have found.
My 13 year old Chow/Shepard has been taking this medication for his hip pain and does so much better moving about and walking. He has no side effects and I can tell when he misses a dose because he truly begins to slow down and has difficulty getting up from a lying position. I tried Adequan before and it stopped helping and it cost a lot. This has been a great substitute.