Synonym(s): Rimadyl®, Carprodyl®, Carprox®, Rycarfa®, Vetprofen®, Novox®, Carprieve®, Quellin®
Your dog has been prescribed the active ingredient carprofen for pain control and to reduce inflammation.
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Oral medications - how to administer them
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