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EtoGesic - Adequan for Dogs
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Adequan for Dogs
EtoGesic
Reduces Pain and Inflammation associated with Arthritis? checkmark checkmark
Reduces Fever? X mark checkmark
Reduces Joint Stiffness? X mark checkmark
Controls Symptoms of Osteoarthritis checkmark checkmark
Additional Benefits Can also be used for post surgery pets Also relieves pain and inflammation from hip dysplasia
What Makes it Different? It is given by given by intramuscular injection, instead of orally Reduces hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body
Recommended For? Dogs & Horses Dogs (over 12 months of age and weighing more than 11 pounds)
Product Type Injection Tablet
Usage Adequan for Dogs Usage EtoGesic Usage
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How Long does it Take to Work? Within Hours of Dose Within Hours of Dose
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Ingredients Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan, Benzyl alcohol and Water Etodolac
Does it have long-term side effects? No known In target animal safety studies, EtoGesic Tablets were well tolerated clinically when given at the label dosage for periods as long as one year.
Cautions Do not give this medication to breeding, pregnant, or lactating animals. Use with caution in animals with kidney or liver disease, or blood clotting or coagulation disorders. EtoGesic should not be used on cats or pregnant or nursing animals. EtoGesic can increase the risk of serious effects of the stomach and intestines, including bleeding or perforation. At the first sign of anything abnormal, stop using EtoGesic and call your veterinarian.
What are Customers saying Pros This product is amazing. Our 10 month old Boxer was diaghosed with Hip Displasia. He had a difficult time getting up and walking after a long day. It was sad to see him in the state he was, especially since he was SO young. Our vet recommended Adequan injections and taught us to do them at home. It only took one day for his entire demeanor to change. Words cannot describe the difference. This medication has enabled him to live an active lifestyle :) he's running, jumping endlessly now - we got our puppy back. Destiny has been on this product 14 of her 16 years due to a rare swelling of her paw. Now that she is older, it really takes the edge off. Wish more vets would reccomend it, just safer for the animals
What are Customers saying Cons "...twice a week for 4 weeks and saw absolutely no improvement with either of them. The vet wasn't pushing Adequan either and now I'm wondering if they knew it didn't work very well,¿ -
Vet Recommendations Adequan product review: One of the first products of its kind in veterinary medicine, now in use over many years and thousands of dogs and happy dog guardians, my clinical experience with this pioneering injectable FDA approved joint supplement has also been very positive. By injecting this product intramuscularly, one avoids some of the problems with absorption that is occasionally seen with other natural joint supplements given orally. The polysulfated glycosaminglycan solution quickly goes to the joints that need it, modifying the disease process of degenerative joint disease, by inhibiting enzymes that break down the supportive cartilage of the joints, while at the same time increasing the thickness of the lubricating joint fluid, just as shock absorbers do for ones automobile. The results are a decrease in inflammation and joint pain. I have even used this product in cats on occasion with terrific results, which is so important, given the paucity of effective and safe drugs for cats available on the market for arthritis. Results can be seen within hours to days. I usually will follow the manufacturer's recommendations giving it twice weekly for first 4 weeks. Some pets will have long term relief, while others will need periodic injections anywhere from every 2-4 weeks. I will often combine use of this product with omega 3 fatty acids, as well as antioxidants like proanthozone, also available from 1-800-PetMeds, and find that with this multipronged supplement approach, that I often can avoid the need for stronger prescription drugs which may have occasional side effects. The only side effects I have occasionally seen in animals is very rare bleeding tendencies. This is best avoided by having blood work done first by your veterinarian to make sure there are no pre-existing problems of the liver or kidneys that may predispose to this. The only other negative I can see is the need to get your vet to write a prescription for it, and the need for some clients to get over the fear of learning how to give these injections to their pets at home. Once I have shown clients the first time, they often find it quite easy and money-saving to do it right at home themselves. I give this product an overall efficacy rating of a 5, with an ease of use a 3. Currently under review
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