Rimadyl

Rimadyl (80128-V)

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Doxie Lover in SC
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SC
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Been paying Revival's price for half the quantity that my vet dispenses each month. Glad I checked for a different supply source and was able to save so much.
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roscirn
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Reno, NV
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With this Rx our dog is able to move without pain. The price is much cheaper than buying from our vet.
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Rosci
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Reno, NV
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My vet declined to fax an order to Revival for Rimadyl. I talked to someone from Rimadyl and was given the information I needed to not only get my dog's Rx but to receive several bottles at one shipping fee.
Rimadyl
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Sue
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"My 12.5 year old dachshund mix (45#) lost a toe to cancer last winter, and has been limping badly ever since. She was on Previcox for pain relief following the amputation, and for several months since. Previcox is extremely expensive and doesn't give her any relief. Following an internet search for a solution, my question to the doctor was a concern for drug interference with her thyroxin (she's had hypothyroidism for years).



The doctor gave a thumbs up for Rimadyl, but did not stock it. Thus we are now using 1 - 75 mg. Rimadyl daily. It works for the first 10 to 12 hours, but she is limping again by evening, thus we do our exercising in the morning, 20 minutes after she has taken her Rimadyl. I love having my bouncy walking partner back, even if it is for only those few hours a day.



Thank you so very much."

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