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Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

Adequan dosage for dogs

I am new to this forum, so I am a little confused on what is available to me for Adequan dosage for dogs.

I have been told I need an injection (I think an IM), but I have also been told that Adequan is not available by injection, but that Adequan is available for subcutaneous delivery. I have searched online but it appears this is either not true, or my search skills are poor.

So my question is, what are the options for getting Adequan into my dogs?

It will be the most difficult thing to get into my dog, as he is an older dog (13 yo) but I'd love to know if it is possible before I go and try.

We use the injection on all the other joints that we have tried in the past, it works well.

I'm looking to help him out a little bit, but if I'm to do the shot, I'd like to know what I need to know so it's not a huge shock to my dog.

It will be the most difficult thing to get into my dog, as he is an older dog (13 yo) but I'd love to know if it is possible before I go and try.

We use the injection on all the other joints that we have tried in the past, it works well.

I'm looking to help him out a little bit, but if I'm to do the shot, I'd like to know what I need to know so it's not a huge shock to my dog.

Thanks

I had a question like this a couple of years ago. My first dog died. I did have him injected with Adequan at the vet. I took the injector to him to administer. I found that it didn't work as well on him, as it had when I had my second dog. It seemed to be better when it was administered in front of me. I can't say if that is because it wasn't done correctly, but it is a possibility.

The other possibility is that the dog was not a good candidate for injections, but he was a candidate for the injection. If you want to try to help this dog, I would recommend trying the injection in the other joints first, then administer the Adequan in the elbow.

The only reason I recommend injecting the other joints first, is to help determine if there are any joint issues. If the joints are good, then there may be issues with his Adequan delivery.

The other possibility is that the dog was not a good candidate for injections, but he was a candidate for the injection. If you want to try to help this dog, I would recommend trying the injection in the other joints first, then administer the Adequan in the elbow.

The only reason I recommend injecting the other joints first, is to help determine if there are any joint issues. If the joints are good, then there may be issues with his Adequan delivery.

Thank you so much for this reply!

You are saying that the injection in the other joints and elbows is needed before injecting the elbow?

I will have a look at it again and see if I have missed anything.

My vet told me that she injected it in his rear legs and elbows, but that it didn't work that well on him. So I've not used it since (I had to give him a replacement injection for his hips) and it would be a shame to do it all the way around and not use it.

I can't see any joint issue, but the dog is very very sensitive to injections in general, so I wouldn't want to put any more injections on him in one joint and see how he reacts to it.

He's a beautiful dog and I'd love to give him the best that I can.

Thanks so much for the help, and I look forward to hearing back from you again if you need to.

I had the same problem with my first dog. I'm sorry that your vet told you that it did not work. Perhaps your vet did not follow the proper protocol?

I agree with the person that said that the joint injection first is the best way to find out if it is a candidate. If the joints are sound, and you get no reactions to the injection, then it would be a great candidate for the elbow.

The other person said that the elbow should be injected first, then other joints. I would take a different angle and would inject the elbow first. You know your dog and what he can and can't tolerate. If he doesn't tolerate the joint injection, then it will be no big deal to do the elbow injection.

The elbow can be more sensitive to some of the other drugs than the leg, so it may be a little different if your dog has trouble with the elbow. I would recommend doing it the way that your vet tells you to do it to start.

Adequan dosage for dogs

This is what I'm concerned about, and would like to be sure of.

The other person said that the elbow should be injected first, then


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Comments:

  1. Shemus

    I apologize that I am interrupting you, I too would like to express my opinion.

  2. Symontun

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