As dogs grow older, their joints tend to become stiffer and less mobile, causing a great deal of discomfort and limiting how much and how fast they can move around. This can be extremely uncomfortable for them, and as pet owners, we want to do everything we can to make life as comfortable for them as possible. If arthritis and other forms of joint disease are becoming an issue, we recommend talking to your veterinarian about Novox. This is a chewable tablet which reduces inflammation in dogs' joints without the use of steroids. It is also useful for controlling postoperative pain in canines, so if your dog has experienced surgery-related stiffness as of late, this might be worth talking to your vet about. Please note you will need a valid prescription from your veterinarian in order to purchase this product.
Novox is a NSAID (Non-Steroid Anti-Inflammatory Drug) used to treat pain and inflammation in your dog’s joints. If your pet is suffering from arthritis or other joint diseases, this medication can be used to help relieve their discomfort and increase their mobility. Because it helps enhance a canine’s ability to move, it can also be administered to dogs suffering from postoperative pain and stiffness.
NSAIDS, like Novox, inhibit the production of prostaglandins in your dog’s cells. What this basically means is: When your dog takes Novox, they produce fewer chemicals which trigger inflammation and stiffness. This is why it is useful for dogs suffering from arthritis and other joint diseases.
Yes, you can only purchase Novox if you have a valid prescription from a licensed veterinarian.
No. This medication is for dogs only. It is not considered safe for cats.
The exact effect Novox has on pregnant, lactating, and breeding dogs is not known. Be sure to consult your veterinarian on this topic if your dog falls under any of said categories.
Novox has the potential to interact with other drugs. This is why you should be upfront with your veterinarian about any other medications your dog is on. This includes vitamins, supplements, steroids, anticoagulants, and antidiabetic drugs.
Novox should always be stored at room temperature; never expose it to high heat. Since this chewable has a very tasty flavor to it, you should keep it locked away; there’s a risk of overdose if your dog consumes more than the daily dose prescribed by your veterinarian.
Always follow your veterinarian’s instructions when it comes to administering this medication. The dose they prescribe is the dose you are to give.
Consult your veterinarian first, but here are general suggestions:
Prescription items are NON-RETURNABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE.
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