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Animals In Print
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From 28 July 2009 Issue

Rimadyl Kills, Please Protect your Dogs!!

In 1997, Pfizer introduced what was to become one of the most prescribed drugs in veterinary medicine, Rimadyl. Rimadyl now accounts for several Adverse Drug Events and death in dogs. Rimadyl (Carprofen) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).

If you choose to continue using Rimadyl, please adhere to the following recommendations:

This drug continues to kill dogs everyday!!
I lost my beautiful little Katy to this horrible drug. This has to STOP NOW!!!


Please also consider joining Facebook Cause Rimadyl Kills, Protect your Dogs!

SOURCE; Roni Goldberg .

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