Your dog is likely to have arthritis or other joint pain for the long term. That is, if I recommended you check out this page / article it’s because we’re going to (sooner or later) employ a treatment protocol I sstole from Emory University. I noticed they were using three drugs I’ve used for arthritis, ALL THREE TOGETHER!

I thought “Brilliant” and it works!

A combination of Derramax (NSAID) and Tramadol and Gabapentin.

There are variations.

I think, if your pet’s going to be on some medicine for the long term, shouldn’t you get educated on the meds your dog’s on? Effects, side effects, rationale?

Get This Article on “Emory Protocol of Layered Pain / Inflammation Meds for Arthritis” PDF

For Your Consideration:

Author: Doc Johnson

Dr Erik johnson has been a veterinarian since 1991 and owned Johnson Veterinary Services since 1996. He has been a lecturer at University of Georgia and has authored four popular text books on Ornamental Fish Health. He is the father of three kids who are grown and out of the house thank god.

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