- I don't know anything about prescription drugs for pets but I couldn't
help but notice all the people with dogs in Bratislava. Mentioned it
to a relative. He claimed it was a status symbol. The dogs must be
muzzled if they are taken on public transportation. I probably
wouldn't have noticed if a classmate hadn't paid so much attention to
the dogs on our city strolls. Julia M.
On Tuesday, February 25, 2003, at 08:05 AM, David wrote:
> Paul: That's the one. It does come in chewables to those who have a
> time giving it to their dogs. You would think that everyone would have
> choice of where to buy their prescription drugs for their pets. I
> how big the animal vets and drugs are in Slovakia? In this country
> hospitals are a big thing. Like big bucks!
> Dave Kuchta
> At 09:10 PM 2/24/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>> Yes, I know what you mean, Dave. Our bug German Shepherd takes them
>> well - Rimadyl, and they are expensive indeed. Rimadyl is FDA
>> approved, but
>> not for people - only animals. Pfizer gave up the figght to have it
>> approves for humans.
>>> Paul: Down but not out! I now have a very severe case of cabin fever
>>> just about ready to go bonkers. To bout, I sent for some arthritis
>>> my dog and when the company asked for a prescription from my vet, she
>>> declined and wouldn't give it to them. The pills were made in the
>>> USA and
>>> were FDA approved. The price was just about half. My vet is charging
>>> a pill. I'm not a happy camper.
>>> Miner Dave
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