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My poor pup

My dog has torn her all and lateral patela vet have her meticam can I also give her a Valium she is in a lot of discomfort and has taken Valium before for nerves and it does relax he
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462827 tn?1333168952
Your Welcome Jan............
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10821430 tn?1439580883
Thanks for the info. still great to know as I have a 'lil girl here who is
petrified of fireworks and shot guns...so this could help BriAnn...(Maltese)
I do appreciate the help Karla.
Jan
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462827 tn?1333168952
Hi Janis---It's not for pain...The dog above DOES need better pain management along with the anti-inflammatory.....Rescue Remedy is a Homeopathic tincture for stress & anxiety & trauma.....I order mine online!!!

It's a great herbal tincture!!!!  :)  Your Welcome.....
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10821430 tn?1439580883
THANKS so much for the info on Rescue Remedy, how great to learn
of another pain helper for our fur kids!
Jan
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462827 tn?1333168952
What size doge is this? I would not give the valium.....First, he/she needs to be kept confined from running, jumping, playing.....The Meticam is obviously not controlling her pain! When was the injury???

If you feel that anxiety is a factor, go to your nearest Healthfood store or a Whole Foods store (If you have one) and purchase a bottle of "Rescue Remedy"....Will be in the vitamin section....You can buy drops or spray, dog version or human version....It doesn't matter.....

My Vet recommends this on a regular basis...It's made by "BACH" & is actually made of flower essences...It works wonders & will do no harm...Let us know....
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