Carflexin (Carprofen) 50mg Tablets (100 Tablets)
Active Ingredients: Each tablet contains 50mg carprofen.
Prescription medicine: This is a prescription medicine. Please ensure that you have read the "Ordering Prescription Medicine" page before ordering this item. We require you to upload your veterinary prescription and post us the original. You will need to send your prescription to
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Tweed Heads NSW 2485
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Commonly asked questions about Carflexin Tablets:
What are Carflexin Tablets?
Carflexin is a prescription non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medicine that relieves stiff, aching joints in dogs.
Why do dogs use Carflexin?
Prescription Carflexin is a safe, effective medication for relieving pain and inflammation in dogs. This non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medicine is designed to reduce swelling and pain as a result of arthritis, surgery, or joint problems. Treating your dog with Carflexin can help it get back to a better quality of life.
What else should I know about Carflexin?
Reduces pain and inflammation due to arthritis and joint problems. Relieves pain and swelling due to surgery.
What problems could my dog have with Carflexin?
Most dogs tolerate Carflexin well, but some dogs develop stomach ulcers, kidney problems, and liver problems. Your veterinarian will test your dog's blood regularly to check for these side effects. Contact your veterinarian if you notice side effects such as increased appetite, decreased appetite, vomiting, changes in bowel movements, changes in behaviour or activity level, incoordination, weakness, seizures, aggression, changes in drinking, changes in urination, or jaundice.
How do you use Carflexin?
Giving Carflexin with food may reduce stomach upset.
What is in Carflexin?
The active ingredient in Carflexin is Carprofen. Carprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that reduces swelling and pain.
Pet Prescription Medications
Your Pet PA is not a pharmacy but facilitates the supply of prescription medications by an Australian registered pharmacist through our website. When purchasing prescription medication through Your PetPA Pharmacy online you know that:
- All prescription medication supplied is sourced from Australian veterinary wholesalers and Australian registered pharmacists.
- All prescription medication available is registered with the Australian Government (TGA or APVMA),
- All medication supplied is processed and dispensed by Australian-registered pharmacists.
All prescription medication listed on the Your PetPA website is available for supply on acceptance of your order by the pharmacist and on receipt of the original prescription by the pharmacist. As Your PetPA cannot sell or supply prescription medication and is your agent in facilitating the supply by the pharmacist, the acceptance of your order and sale is by the pharmacist*.
*Your PetPA provides the price information of medicines as agent for PetPA Pharmacy Pty Ltd (ABN: 33 658 263 462) trading as Pet PA Pharmacy, 133 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads NSW 2485. Pharmacy Registration Number: PC1241648). All medication supplied on acceptance of your order by the pharmacist will be supplied by PetPA Pharmacy.