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The Unhappy Side Of Happy Days

Posted by 7Villages 07 May 2015 No Comments »
The Unhappy Side Of Happy Days

Just like humans dogs can get diseases and conditions that are unbearable for them to stand. In many cases these diseases and conditions can be treated with medication. Conditions such as arthritis, joint pain, and pink eye are all conditions that both humans and dogs can obtain. Arthritis can be a painful condition in both dogs and humans. The good thing is there is a medicine that can help your dog through the pain. Pink eye is another condition that can be treated with medication as well. Here are some of those medications to help treat your pet’s illnesses.

Rimadyl is a drug that dogs can take to help them with arthritis pain. Rimadyl is an anti-inflammatory drug that has been approved by the FDA to relieve pain and inflammation in dogs with arthritis. Pain medications such as aspirin are useful for humans can be toxic to your pet. Thankfully Rimadyl is there to help your dog through their pain and suffering that is caused by arthritis. It is highly recommended by many veterinarian all across the world and has been proven safe for your dog to take once or twice a day.  Rimadyl side effects include: nausea and diarrhea. This is the first medication to be approved in the United States for dogs who suffer with arthritis. Rimadyl is not harmful to your pet and can help them get back to their normal lives.

Manydog owners wonder what to give a dog for pain. Well there are several options available. You can give your pet medications such as NSAIDs for pain. Some of these include: carprofen, deraoxib, firocoxib, and a number of others. These medications can help with swelling and inflammation due to arthritis and other pain related issues. If you have a dog who is older and suffers from joint pain, NSAIDS can also be a good option for your pet. Sometimes dogs have allergic reactions to NSAIDS so there are some signs to look out for such as: loss of appetite, skin irritation or redness, changes in behavior, and unusually colored stool. If you notice any of these symptoms you should stop giving them the medication and contact the veterinarian immediately. Sometimes they can even make a dog constipated.

Your dog means a lot to you and your family. If they become ill and you are not sure what to do it is important to call a vet right away. While there are some things you can do for your pet at home, sometimes more serious conditions can occur and it is important to take your dog to the veterinarian. They are a part of your family after all and it is important to treat all family as equals.

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