WARNING! FDA Report on Rimadyl  

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Here's a warning from the Food & Drug Administration on another drug! –Kim

4157 Dogs Reported Dead from Rimadyl

Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM
Modern medicine and modern medication can do some pretty amazing things – it can instantly deal with parasites, or give immediate comfort to a dog or cat in pain.

There is a "but" here... These conventional medications can have a host of side effects that can seriously harm your dog or cat. There are also the unquantifiable effects of chronic medication use on your pet's immune system or organ function, and how that may make them more likely to develop serious disease such as cancer.

Consider the FDA reports on this common anti-inflammatory drug, Rimadyl.

Cumulative Veterinary ADE Reports
January 1987 to January 2014
Species: DOG

This NSAID (non steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) has numerous reported and under-reported side effects from permanent organ damage to even death. It is in your pet's best interest to avoid this medication, and similar medications, if possible.

Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM

P.S. My supplements ONLY contain ingredients I have sourced to be safe and effective.
Source: The Internet Pet Vet
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Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM has been a practicing Veterinarian for over 20 years. He is a strong advocate of Natural Pet Health Care, and knows that the most important way to heal our pets and prevent disease is through proper nutrition. He developed Ultimate Canine to give our dogs that extra advantage – something that will provide them with everything they need to develop stronger immune systems to fight disease, heal sore or stiff joints, and help them live longer, happier lives. Dr. Andrew Jones' main focus is on alternative, non-traditional remedies for pets. His interest in alternative pet medicine culminated in the writing of his book, Veterinary Secrets Revealed.

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Our dog is on it right now. But I read the blog, and the things they say to look for - she's not manifesting any of them. No vomiting, no diarrhea, etc. I'm hoping she'll only be on it for another week.

September 7, 2014 at 12:10 AM

Wow...i have had many foster dogs on this short term with no issues. That is really scary!

September 7, 2014 at 12:11 AM

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