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Carprofen, the active ingredient in Vetprofen 75 mg, 60 Caplets, is a non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) for dogs that inhibits cyclooxygenase, a hormone responsible for pain and inflammation. Vetprofen is indicated to treat joint pain and inflammation and pain from medical and dental procedures.
We have a 14 year old very large shepherd/greyhound mix. She's 75 lbs but has that tiny greyhound waist, needless to say, it's a little bit harder for her to get around as she ages. We have her taking Vetprofen along with supplements and I think her quality of life is much, much better. She's not afraid to battle climbing onto the couch, and she'll still roll over on her back and flip around. That's how I know she is feeling just fine. I appreciate this veterinary medicine being around to help my aging old pup.
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Vetprofen 75 mg, 60 Caplets (Carprofen)
Our 11 year old chocolate Lab has been on Vetprofen 75 twice daily for about 3 months. We have seen an improvement in his mobility. He has other issues but this medication has helped him. He still jumps up and down every morning before he goes for his walks in the desert. Thankful!
My 14 year old Yellow Lab has arthritis & struggles with mobility and getting up & down the stairs. Treating her on Rimadyl greatly helped & she gets around a little easier. I still assist her with the stairs, but overall she is doing much better in her overall well being. I wasn't happy about the cost of Rimadyl, so was relieved my vet told me about Vetprofen which is half the price! This product works just as well as Rimadyl. My sweet dog and I thank you very much!
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