Oblong Orange Pill Pain Imprint 100 Mg Dogs

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tinker Says:
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My dog was given these pills for after he was fixed but there is no info on the bottle they r orangeish caplets on one side has imprinted 100 mg and nothing on the other side i would like to know what it is since my son pucked my dog up from the vet and the vet is closed now

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tinker! How are you?

Did you find out what they are, yet?

I've not been able to find anything that matches this description, but the databases I use only list U.S. prescription medications for human use.

I'll do some more hunting and see if I can find anything.

Does anyone else recognize these tablets?

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Zack Says:
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Did you find out? My dog has the same medicine for the same procedure.

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Karma Says:
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My dog was given the same pills. No info on the bottle.

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Kyra Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

The medication is called carprophen. It’s a pain med for dogs. It’s an nsaid

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Kyra Says:
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It’s carprophen which is an nsaid for dogs. I was given it a couple different times for my dogs

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Vittles Says:
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This pill is called carprofen it contains all the basic over the counter pain killers, but also some that must be prescribed, but are specifically for ?? hope this helps happy New year.

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lisa Says:
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Re: Zack (# 2)

Vetprofen is the medication. It is an anti inflammatory with pain relieving properties, much the same as Ibuprofen for humans. When taking Vetprofen. It is important not to give your dogs any other anti-inflammatory medications, such as prednisone. Be sure to let your vet know of all meds your dog is on. If your dog is already on an anti inflammatory, the vet will likely opt to prescribe tramadol. Using 2 anti-inflammatory meds will cause stomach bleeding.

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