My 12-year-old Pomeranian was recently diagnosed with acute arthritis and was prescribed Previcox. He has not experienced any adverse reactions,but has seemed to get around much better. However, reading the horror stories on this page has prompted me to search for a natural alternative. There are several holistic alternatives available. Acupuncture it's one, but it can be costly. Supplements are also available, such as glucosamine chondroitin and sources of Omega 3 to reduce inflammation and lubricate joints. With a bit of homework one will be able to find a suitable alternative remedy for your dog and your wallet.
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Dogs present to the veterinary office with symptoms of respiratory distress, exercise intolerance, and cough. These symptoms can be indicative of other more common conditions such as pneumonia or congestive heart failure. Upon auscultation with a stethoscope, extremely loud “crackles” are often heard suggesting impaired air movement in the lung. Your dog may have an elevated respiratory rate and increased respiratory effort. In some dogs, there may also be a heart murmur. If the doctor suspects pulmonary fibrosis, there are several tests and procedures including: