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Metacam for Dogs Oral Suspension 100ml | Prescription required

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 Metacam for Dogs oral suspension for dogs contains 1.5 mg meloxicam and 1.5 mg sodium benzoate per ml.

Metacam for dog is a pleasantly flavoured liquid and can be added to food where most dogs take it quite happily. A special syringe is provided to help measure out the correct dose.

Metacam for dogs is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory or 'NSAID' drug and is prescribed to reduce pain and inflammation, most commonly to treat arthritis, injuries or painful tumours.

Metacam for dogs is a very safe drug as long it is used with care in dogs for the alleviation of inflammation and pain in both acute and chronic musculo-skeletal disorders.

Metacam oral suspension is available in 10ml,  32ml, 100ml & 180ml bottles

Registered Vet. Medicine No.A6985

* Prescription Animal Remedy (PAR) Class 1. For use under the authority or prescription of a veterinarian. Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997

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My Vet must have a valid prescription from your local vet for our licensed veterinarian before we can dispense it. We cannot prescribe medication for your pet as our veterinarian has not personally examined your pet, however we can dispense the medication.
To place your order, simply add this item to your cart and send your completed and signed prescription to My Vet, 8/88 Gargan Road, Tauranga 3110  
If your order is urgent you may email it to [email protected] and then within 7 days post the original to  My Vet, 8/88 Gargan Road, Tauriko, Tauranga 3110.  

Once received, your order will be despatched to you.We are unable to accept returns of RVM (Restricted Veterinary Medicines)/Prescription items

Metacam for Dogs oral suspension for dogs contains 1.5 mg meloxicam and 1.5 mg sodium benzoate per ml.

Metacam for dog is a pleasantly flavoured liquid and can be added to food where most dogs take it quite happily. A special syringe is provided to help measure out the correct dose.

Metacam for dogs is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory or 'NSAID' drug and is prescribed to reduce pain and inflammation, most commonly to treat arthritis, injuries or painful tumours.

Metacam for dogs is a very safe drug as long it is used with care in dogs for the alleviation of inflammation and pain in both acute and chronic musculo-skeletal disorders.

Metacam oral suspension is available in 10ml,  32ml, 100ml & 180ml bottles..

 

 

Rx Item

This item requires a Prescription from your local veterinarian.
For help and information on prescription items please click here.

 

Registered Vet. Medicine No.A6985

 

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Metacam Oral Suspension is the most popular medicine used by vets to treat arthritis in Cats & Dogs.

It is a `non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug` (NSAID) recommended by vets for the treatment of arthritis in both dogs and cats. It works by relieving pain and inflammation associated with arthritis.

Therefore, it plays a vital role in improving quality and enjoyment of life of pets with arthritis.

Most pets love the honey flavoured Metacam® Oral Suspension which can be added to food or given directly, making it very easy to give.

Arthritis & your dog Just as in humans, arthritis is a condition that can cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in joints.

There are several causes; sometimes arthritis may be a result of an old injury (for instance a road traffic accident), or the joint may become damaged simply through wear and tear because of old age.

In fact, many older dogs suffer from arthritis, and vets consider all dogs over the age of seven to be older.

In dogs, the most commonly affected joints are the knees, elbows, hips and backbone.

1. Have you noticed a reduction in you dog’s mobility?

Difficulty in jumping into car/chair or climbing stairs Limping or stiffness Difficulty in getting up

2. Have you noticed a reduction in your dog’s activity? Reluctance to walk or play Sleeping/resting more, especially in one place Lethargy

3. Have you noticed changes in grooming habits? Unusual licking sometimes leading to bald areas Chewing at joints

4. Have there been any changes in your dog’s temperament? Less tolerant towards children and/or other dogs Reduced interaction with you/family Increased anxiety/clinginess

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