Adequan CANINE

Adequan CANINE 100mg/ml - 5ml
5ml vial - 5ml vial. 100mg/ml. - Exp. Date 5/2018
5ml, 2-pack - 5ml, 2 pack. 100mg/ml. - Exp. Date 5/2018
SKU : 2912_-RX
Price: $67.95
Veterinarian Prescription (RX) Required
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  • PSGAG (Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan) Sterile Injection
  • For intramuscular injection
  • For the control of signs associated with non-infectious degenerative and/or traumatic arthritis of canine synovial joints
  • 100mg/ml (500mg per bottle) - 5ml vial

RX required for this item.
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by Novartis

For IM Injection - Used to control signs of osteoarthritis (Hip Dysplasia). 5ml vial.
100mg/ml (500mg per bottle).

Why Adequan® Canine?
Because Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan) is a prescription, water-based, intramuscular, polysulfated glycosaminoglycan (PSGAG) that helps prevent the cartilage in your dog’s joint from wearing away. It helps keep the cartilage healthy and intact, so that the bone in the joint cannot touch other bones. No other drug for arthritis can do that.

How does it work?
It is administered two times a week for four weeks, the drug is injected intramuscularly to ensure it reaches the critical parts of the joint. It goes to work in the joint in about two hours and stays in the joint for about three days.  With Adequan® Canine you should see signs of improvement within four weeks. Your dog may begin to act like the playful, active dog you remember.

Adequan Canine should be used with caution in dogs with renal or hepatic impairment. Possible side effects (pain at injection site, diarrhea and abnormal bleeding) were mild, transient and self-limiting. Safety studies of PSGAG in breeding, pregnant or lactating dogs have not been conducted.

Know how to spot the early signs of arthritis and the risk factors

  • Observe your dog for signs of arthritis
  • Tell your vet about signs you’ve observed and/or your dog’s behavior changes
  • Follow your veterinarian’s treatment protocol
  • Ask for Adequan® Canine to slow the disease of arthritis
  • Take steps to maintain good joint health
  • Keep your veterinarian updated on your dog’s progress
  • Talk to your veterinarian about other ways to maintain good joint health

For Adequan Canine Dosage, see Product Label tab and discuss with your veterinarian.

 

Customer Reviews
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1. on 11/2/2016, said:
heartland sent EXPIRED stock and will not respond to re-shipment/refund inquiries. BUYER BEWARE. they also WILL NOT supply pharmacist names on your meds. would you inject a life-saving drug into your baby without knowing who is signing off on it, and with it being expired? i know I won't and just try getting them to respond on ANY number. Nebraska. 800. STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE.
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2. on 11/22/2013, said:
Thank you so much for the super fast delivery. I received my order last night. My baby tore her acl last year and is too old for surgery. This medicine gives her much relief. Thank you again. Ill be a repeat customer for sure!
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RX required for this item.
Click here for our full Prescription Policy and Form

by Novartis

For IM Injection - Used to control signs of osteoarthritis (Hip Dysplasia). 5ml vial.
100mg/ml (500mg per bottle).

Why Adequan® Canine?
Because Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan) is a prescription, water-based, intramuscular, polysulfated glycosaminoglycan (PSGAG) that helps prevent the cartilage in your dog’s joint from wearing away. It helps keep the cartilage healthy and intact, so that the bone in the joint cannot touch other bones. No other drug for arthritis can do that.

How does it work?
It is administered two times a week for four weeks, the drug is injected intramuscularly to ensure it reaches the critical parts of the joint. It goes to work in the joint in about two hours and stays in the joint for about three days.  With Adequan® Canine you should see signs of improvement within four weeks. Your dog may begin to act like the playful, active dog you remember.

Adequan Canine should be used with caution in dogs with renal or hepatic impairment. Possible side effects (pain at injection site, diarrhea and abnormal bleeding) were mild, transient and self-limiting. Safety studies of PSGAG in breeding, pregnant or lactating dogs have not been conducted.

Know how to spot the early signs of arthritis and the risk factors

  • Observe your dog for signs of arthritis
  • Tell your vet about signs you’ve observed and/or your dog’s behavior changes
  • Follow your veterinarian’s treatment protocol
  • Ask for Adequan® Canine to slow the disease of arthritis
  • Take steps to maintain good joint health
  • Keep your veterinarian updated on your dog’s progress
  • Talk to your veterinarian about other ways to maintain good joint health

For Adequan Canine Dosage, see Product Label tab and discuss with your veterinarian.

 

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