Duralactin-Canine Chewable Tablets
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Duralactin-Canine, 60 Chewable Tablets SKU: 015VPL02-D60 [printable] Attention Rimadyl Users! Stop inflammation before it starts. by VPL A natural, safer alternative for sore joints... with a new approach! Duralactin is not a drug or steroid, but is a natural product derived from milk. It contains MicroLactin, a patented, special milk derivative that works differently than NSAIDs or steroids. Milk has long been known to have more than just nutritional factors - the anti-inflammatory effects have been known for decades. Duralactin can help relieve the clinical signs associated with inflammation and help your pet live a more comfortable and active life. A safer alternative for chronic inflammation: •Safer, effective management of chronic inflammation, including osteoarthritis. •No toxic side effects, making it ideal for long-term use. •Can be used alone or in conjunction with NSAIDs or steroids. •Highly palatable, vanilla-flavored tablets are scored for easy dosage. A new immuno-nutritional aid for the management of chronic inflammatory conditions including osteoarthritis and soft tissue injury in dogs. Ideal for long-term use. May be used as a primary supportive nutritional aid to help manage inflammation or in conjunction with NSAIDS or corticosteroids. High in milk proteins. Low lactose content. Easy dosing schedule. Each tablet contains 1000 mg of MicroLactin (Milk Protein Concentrate). All ingredients are food grade. Dosage: under 40 lbs.: 1/2 tablet twice daily 40-80 lbs.: 1 tablet twice daily 81-120 lbs.: 1-1/2 tablets twice daily For more information, go to www.duralactin.com Arthritis & Joint Care>Anti-Inflammatory Dog & Puppy>Arthritis & Joint Care>Anti-Inflammatory
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Becky R.
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Rating: 5

Cool stuff

posted 6 years ago

This stuff works great for my 12 year old Aussie who just had his ACL repaired. No side-effects like other NSAIDs! He takes this plus another herbal pain med for his arthritis.

Pros: Tastes great!

Cons: Difficult for K9's with allergies

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Kelly
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Rating: 5

Great product

posted 6 years ago

My aussie was diagnosed with degenerative bone disease at the age of 4. She could barely ambulate in the morning. After one week of Duralactin, she was getting up without difficulty and running like she hadn't done since she was a puppy! She is now 9 years old and is more active/agile than my younger dogs.

Pros: Saved my Aussie. Great taste.

Cons: none

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