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Carprofen Caplets (Generic) (80164-V)

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Dottie
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Greatly improved our elderly Border Collie's quality of life. Thank you!
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Chewy
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Other than a slight confusion with the online ordering, I received the item in a timely manner with all the necessary requirements taken cared by the company . The medicine is is well-tolerated by my dog with no adverse effect noted. As prescribed by my vet, I use this medication only as needed.
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Kathy Palmer
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Jacksonville, FL
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My vet recommended Carprofen for my 12 year old German Shepard and 11 year old Lab as they were having trouble getting around. In less than a week, we saw amazing results that have continued to improve. They are getting up & down much easier, and movement in general has greatly improved. It is like this medication took years off their ages. Both are more active and seem to play more now.
Great product, great company
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Juliana
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I bought these generic carprofens after my vet recommended my older GSD be on daily Rimadyl. The cost was too high from the vet but it is achievable with the generics. The pills look identical, color, size, even inscription. Makes me wonder if it isn't the exact same product Rimadyl sells for twice as much. Customer service was great, product arrived in a timely fashion, my older dogs are comfortable.
Half the price of Rimadyl brand name, helps my dogs joints
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Allie30738
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Port St Lucie FL
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My 10 yr old Lab mix has significant arthritis in her knees, and torn ligaments from slipping on icy stairs. This generic medication helps reduce her discomfort. It is a pill, not a chewable treat- but my dog is such a food hound that I just throw the pill in with her food and she eats it.

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