Rimadyl Side Effects has launched a new report to educate dog owners on the side effects of Rimadyl, because despite years of negative publicity, there are still pet owners losing dogs to poisoning. The site was created to gather and publish information on the side effects of Rimadyl, so that dog owners can better recognize the most common and dangerous symptoms.
More information can be found at: http://rimadylsideeffects.net.
The report begins by explaining what Rimadyl was created for, to help provide a treatment for arthritis and joint problems in dogs. It is very effective in reducing inflammation and pain in affected dogs, but it is so known to cause a range of dangerous side effects.
In the event that pet owners want to give their dog Rimadyl, it’s important to work with a vet who can run blood tests. This can rule out any underlying health problems that could lead to a potential reaction.
The report emphasizes that if the blood tests reveal any problem with the liver, Rimadyl should be ruled out immediately. Further to this, dogs with kidney disease or bleeding disorders should also not be prescribed Rimadyl.
While the majority of dogs don’t suffer any serious side effects from taking Rimadyl, some do. This means it’s very important for owners to be vigilant at all times, and monitor their pets for signs or symptoms that they are suffering.
One of the dogs particularly at risk are Labradors, so owners are advised to keep a special look out with these pets. The report indicates that it’s best to avoid giving these types of dog Rimadyl in the first place.
Owners worried about side effects are advised to look out for a range of symptoms. Some of the things to look out for include a loss of appetite and unwillingness to drink, diarrhea and vomiting. Others include seizures, dizziness, or stumbling.
A full list of side effects is given in the report on the URL above, where interested parties can also read up on what to do if their dog appears to be suffering from Rimadyl.
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