Pet Drugs Are Subject of Safety Fears

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Authorities and pet owners are beginning to raise serious questions about the safety and effectiveness of animal medicines, mirroring worries over human drugs like the painkiller Vioxx.

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Sep 14, 2008
 
Sorry about your loss. We also lost a dog who was nearly 15. We got him when my son was only 5, and the two were very close. Some will tell you losing a pet is nowhere near as tramatic as losing a human family member, and they may be right, but the thing about losing a pet is that they are so dependent on us for everything, we inevitably blame ourselves for not "protecting" them as much as we could. The truth is that when an elderly animal is sick and nearing the end of it's time, we try to fight to keep him alive, drugs, surgery, etc, but the quality of life deteriorates rapidly for them, and at some point we need to ask: "Are we keeping this friend alive for their good, or for our own?" You were not an "executioner", you were a caregiver. No nurse, doctor, or medication can stop the course of nature. They can only delay it, and in the end nature will win. Don't dwell on your loss, but celebrate the blessing of having been together.

Again,sincere sympathy for your loss.
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#43
Sep 16, 2008
 
is your Golden Retriver oky with her sugery on her hip Dyplaisa. make sure you get her
dog food bacon and meat. and make her bed where she wants too be at like with you
or her own room if she wants.
thanks courtney fry
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Nov 6, 2008
 
Hello,

After my dog Rowdy died from Previcox poisoning, I put our experience on our website. After receiving numerous similar stories from others concerning their dog, I added another page so their dog's info would stand as a reminder of the things this drug, Previcox is doing to our beloved pets.

http://www.k911.biz/Petsafety/PrevicoxEmails....
Sad

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May 2, 2009
 
My Mother's dog a Lahso Apso starting have a problem with her back about 10 weeks ago and we took her to the vet where they did xrays and ran blood work, but never phycially touched her to see what was wrong. All tests came back normal so the vet gives her a shot for inflammation and sends her home with Dexamethsone. My Mother gives her the Dexamethasone, and during the third week of weaning she starts to have tremors. She calls the vet and he says double up on the Dexamethasone. She decided to stop the medication as she only has two pills left to go for fear of further damaging her dog. The dog was better for two weeks and then her back started again and she seemed consitpated, back she goes to the vet and only this time he first tells her she can stop by and pick up an enema or drop off the dog and they will do it for her - she tells them she would lik her dog checked out before anything is done and would like to bring her in today - this timethe same vet is not available at the last minute (he's at a late lunch) but sends in he partner to look at her. His partner looks at her dog and says she is not constipated, and checks her out telling my Mother that he never would have put the dog on Dexamethasone due to her size that he would have put her on Metacam. He says to wait two days to see if she better, if not he will give her the Metacam. She goes to a secone vet for a second opionion to make sure, and this vet perscribes the Metacam. Her dog is exceptionally sensitive to medication, so my mother gives her the meds at a slightly lower dose. She improves and seems better and two weeks later starts pacing and sticking her head in corners. My Mother was going to make take her in the next monring but she starting having problems that night so my Mother decides to take her to emergency. Just a note that all of these vets told her there was a "possibility" it could be neurological, but no vet ever referred her or gave her a name and told her to go. She goes to emeregency where two very rude and unprofessional women treat us poorly. We are put through the whole medical history of her dog again and the vet says to give her the Metacam I told her not to give that day as I was fearful that the medication could be causing part of the problem. She also perscribes Tramadol. I told this vet that her dog was very sensitive to medication and given her obvious condition I did not think it was a good idea to give it her. She ignores me and starts saying "you have to be very aggresive with these kinds of conditions". We take the med and head home as I keep telling my Mother I don't think it's a good idea to give this to her and just give her the Metacam for the night until she can see the vet in the morning. I begged her not to give it her, but she follows the instructions fo the emergency vet and gives it to her. Withing 20 minutes this dogs eyes were red and her breathing was rapid. My Mother waited for her to calm down and then a few hours later she started to have massive seizures. We took to the vet as ti was morning and they had to give her a shot of Valium to counter act the Tramadol. We then got sent to the Neruorlogy ER. The shot they gave did not completely stop the seizures as the was still seizuring on the way to the Neurology ER. They got her comfortable after two more shots of Valium and an IV. They then wanted to run a CSF Tap due to her condition. She was okay until about 10:00 that night when she went into cardiac arrest and died. The Tramadol is what killed they told us that - due to her underlying conditions that the other vet who perscribed this also acknowledged. She was an exceptional dog - she was only 7.
MJA

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May 2, 2009
 

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My Mother's dog a Lahso Apso starting have a problem with her back about 10 weeks ago and we took her to the vet where they did xrays and ran blood work, but never phycially touched her to see what was wrong. All tests came back normal so the vet gives her a shot for inflammation and sends her home with Dexamethsone. My Mother gives her the Dexamethasone, and during the third week of weaning she starts to have tremors. She calls the vet and he says double up on the Dexamethasone. She decided to stop the medication as she only has two pills left to go for fear of further damaging her dog. The dog was better for two weeks and then her back started again and she seemed consitpated, back she goes to the vet and only this time he first tells her she can stop by and pick up an enema or drop off the dog and they will do it for her - she tells them she would lik her dog checked out before anything is done and would like to bring her in today - this timethe same vet is not available at the last minute (he's at a late lunch) but sends in he partner to look at her. His partner looks at her dog and says she is not constipated, and checks her out telling my Mother that he never would have put the dog on Dexamethasone due to her size that he would have put her on Metacam. He says to wait two days to see if she better, if not he will give her the Metacam. She goes to a secone vet for a second opionion to make sure, and this vet perscribes the Metacam. Her dog is exceptionally sensitive to medication, so my mother gives her the meds at a slightly lower dose. She improves and seems better and two weeks later starts pacing and sticking her head in corners. My Mother was going to make take her in the next monring but she starting having problems that night so my Mother decides to take her to emergency. Just a note that all of these vets told her there was a "possibility" it could be neurological, but no vet ever referred her or gave her a name and told her to go. She goes to emeregency where two very rude and unprofessional women treat us poorly. We are put through the whole medical history of her dog again and the vet says to give her the Metacam I told her not to give that day as I was fearful that the medication could be causing part of the problem. She also perscribes Tramadol. I told this vet that her dog was very sensitive to medication and given her obvious condition I did not think it was a good idea to give it her. She ignores me and starts saying "you have to be very aggresive with these kinds of conditions". We take the med and head home as I keep telling my Mother I don't think it's a good idea to give this to her and just give her the Metacam for the night until she can see the vet in the morning. I begged her not to give it her, but she follows the instructions fo the emergency vet and gives it to her. Withing 20 minutes this dogs eyes were red and her breathing was rapid. My Mother waited for her to calm down and then a few hours later she started to have massive seizures. We took to the vet as ti was morning and they had to give her a shot of Valium to counter act the Tramadol. We then got sent to the Neruorlogy ER. The shot they gave did not completely stop the seizures as the was still seizuring on the way to the Neurology ER. They got her comfortable after two more shots of Valium and an IV. They then wanted to run a CSF Tap due to her condition. She was okay until about 10:00 that night when she went into cardiac arrest and died. The Tramadol is what killed they told us that - due to her underlying conditions that the other vet who perscribed this also acknowledged. She was an exceptional dog - she was only 7.
Sorry for your grief. Lady, you need to cut down on the coffee, you are on the wrong Blog, this is for Vioxx Victims.
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Yeah, I didn't quite get the connection to Vioxx, either.
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#48
May 2, 2009
 
MJA and K-W, I think the two of you are on the wrong blog. Everybody is talking about their pet dogs.
If your wondering why I'm here, I saw the title of the blog and they saw K-W's blog and I guess just got curious.........

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#49
May 2, 2009
 
If you read the title of this blog you would have seen that it is referring to the dangers of drugs.(Such as vioxx and many others) I dont have a problem with it. It is showing that even the vetranarian meds are having problems just like us.

To me, THAT is the connection.

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May 2, 2009
 
"Pet Drugs Are Subject of Safety Fears.
Authorities and pet owners are beginning to raise serious questions about the safety and effectiveness of animal medicines, mirroring worries over human drugs like the painkiller Vioxx.
Full Story: Newsday"
Kerry_s Wife

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#51
May 3, 2009
 
animal deaths due to unsafe drugs/human deaths due to unsafe drugs....yeah, I see the parallel here, but there is absolutely NO COMPARISON! This article doesn't belong here...it's an insult to those who died from taking Vioxx.
Kathleen

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Jan 28, 2010
 
Theresa wrote:
Deramaxx killed my dog. I'm sitting in my living room early on September 14th, 2008, looking around and realizing that I will never see my boy, Brutus, again. I took my Rottie, Brutus, to our vet on Wed, Sept 10th, 2008. He was on Tramadol for hip pain and he was 15 years 8 months old. After having blood work done, I was given Deramaxx for his hip pain, which was finally becoming difficult for him. I gave him Tramadol and Deramaxx the next day - only giving him 1/2 tablet of Deramaxx with his food. I did the same thing on Friday. Friday night, he started vomiting. The diarrhea started soon after lasting all through the night getting bloody toward the end. Mind you, this Rottweiler was the heathiest boy I'd ever seen - he was in a special Lucky 13 Longevity Study with Purdue University because he was so old. On Saturday morning, September 13th, 2008, he was brought to a "different" vet than the one I brought him to on Wednesday, because no one from my first vet's office called me to let me know the extent of his blood work details, except for receiving a brief phone call on Thurs. night indicating - a change in his blood work. What we didn't know was that his kidney readings were quite high, remember he was over 15, and he should NEVER HAVE BEEN GIVEN DERAMAXX!!! On Saturday morning, we had to say good-bye to our beloved pet. An autopsy was performed and the vet said he had a very recent (within a day) ulceration in his stomach. I am so upset and beside myself I cannot even comprehend what to do next. My poor boy suffered and died because of this harmful drug. I have another Rottie that we had on prednisone for a long,long time as he has masticatory myocitis a degenerative muscle disease in his jaw. We tried switching him to Deramaxx two years ago and his mouth "froze" in an open position and we thought for sure he was going to die. I should never have given this terrible drug to my boys. Luckily for the second one, he pulled through. My other boy, Brutus, was just too old and the Deramaxx did its damage and took its toll all because of my efforts to better his quality of life!!! I guess you could say I was his owner and his executioner since I'm the one that gave him the Deramaxx. It is a bad drug!!! Do not use it. With my boy, because of his age, it quickly did its damage without him ever seeing any benefit and my family losing our most beloved pet!!!


OMG I just had to put my beloved dog down because of the drug Deramaxx, my dog was 15 and blood worked taken the day i was going to start her on Deramaxx showed she was healthy, liver, kidneys, etc. i too just wanted my beloved doggie to be comortable like us humans joints hurt as we get older..within less than 72 hours her kidneys were shutting down and bloody stool ..Now mind my doggie's eating habits before the drug was great, stool fine and i feel i killed my own dog because i thought this drug was safe for her and she'd feel better. I look at it as if i took nn anti inflammatory medicine and within in days be dead..Please do research at all possible before given your beloved pets anything, because even vet's may not be aware of the horrible adverse reactions to medications. It's my fault my loved doggie is not here..
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Mar 16, 2011
 
Brendan Murphy wrote:
I recently put my dog on previcox for his hips. He was a 6 year old rottie who was my best fried. With in a week he died because of ulsers caused by the drug. I never would have given this drug to my dog if I knew sudden death was a side effect. I hope who ever gave this drug the okay to give to animals goes through the same pain my dog suffered. I will never trust my vet without looking into the medicine first.
I'm sorry about your loss. This week, we've run into the same problem with our dog who is now on dialysis and was at death's door, almost still is, but hopefully will survive...$2,000. later or more. Is there someone to complain to like the FDA or..?
Gabrielle

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#54
Aug 25, 2011
 
My name is Gabrielle and I like to share my story about the use of Previcox and Chiva my European bred, beautiful white German Shepherd.
One morning on December 2008, Chiva did not greet me together with the other dogs, and as I was calling out her name, there she was making every effort to come to me on her front paws, dragging her hind legs...
Our veterinarian made X-rays of her hips and spine and came to the conclusion that her hips looked like a one year old but her spine had severe arthritis. He described Previcox daily for her. The moment I started Chiva on Previcox I experienced many setbacks, diarrhea and throwing up was my main concern.
My veterinarian, who has been with me since the beginning, and I consider the best veterinarian I had the pleasure to work with, advised me to give Chiva cooked chicken and white rice and mix the crushed Previcox in.
Unfortunately this did not work and Chiva would throw up the Previcox or would have diarrhea.
I finally had a big brake thru after experimenting with different dog foods / senior food.
I found out that Chiva, by this time only 9 years young, could not digest the dry food I had been giving her mixed with the Previcox. I discovered after trying soft and can food, that she would not throw up from the small bags of Moist and Meaty mixed with Caesar wet food. I crushed her Previcox thru this mix and finally, her stool would be normal and she would not throw up anymore! Chiva lived on 1.5 Previcox for 2 years and 3 months, keeping her weight beautifully (95 lbs!) my veterinarian was absolute amazed because he gave Chiva 6 to 12 months to live...
Unfortunately, the time was there that we had to say goodbye to our beloved Chiva, but there was nothing more comforting for us to know, that Chiva had a great life with lots of love and all the freedom at our farm, playing until the last day...
For everybody out there who is experiencing difficulties with fighting arthritis on their dog and is getting Previcox as medicine, please, try this diet for your dogs, no guarantees, but I know it worked for Chiva, hopefully it will work for your dog too...

German Shepherds:

Breakfast:
2 bags of Moist and Meaty
2 trays of Caesar wet food
crushed Previcox with a little water, mix this very well!

Diner:
2 bags Moist and Meaty
1 tray Caesar and water, mix well!
NO Previcox (only with breakfast)

Make sure you feed your dog minimum of 2 times a day!

Adjust the Moist and Meaty and Caesar food according to your dogs breed and weight..

Good Luck!
Madelyns mother

Peachtree City, GA

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Mar 9, 2012
 
Pfizer's RIMADYL KILLED MY YOUNG DOG AND THE VET THAT PRESCRIBED IT SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER AND THE ER VET THAT WORKS FOR HIM SHOULD LOSE HER VET LICENSE, AS I BROUGHT MY GIRL IN ADN CALLED EVERYDAY FOR THE 4 DAYS FOLLOWING HER INITIAL TREATMENT AND I WAS TOLD BY THE ER VET THAT "I HAVE NEVER HEARD OF ANY PROBLEMS WITH RIMADYL EVER. RIMADYL IS NOT THE PROBLEM. SHE IS JUST PANTING AND LOSING MOBILITY BECAUSE SHE IS HOT. WE PUT A FAN ON HER IN THE CAGE."
WHAT A DAMNED BUFFOON OF A VET. BY the 4th day,as I was taking her again into the vet at 8am, I told the vet clinic supervisor who was handling her IV fluids to put on her chart "NO MORE RIMADYL". It was too late. I was fighting the vet machine where they feel they know everything...they know more than anyone else..THEY WERE WRONG. SHE WASN'T HOT, SHE WAS DYING. As I picked her up that Sunday evening (now a week ago tomorrow), she died in my arms 3 hours later at home. SHE DIED FROM A REACTION TO RIMADYL AND SHE WAS PARALYZED AND HER TONGUE WENT STARK WHITE AS SHE DIED. AND THEY , THAT VET CLINIC HERE IN ATLANTA, COULD HAVE LISTENED TO ME...COULD HAVE RESEARCHED RIMADYL (AFTER 40 YRS IN BUSINESS WITH A LOAD OF VETS, DONT YOU THINK THEY SHOULD KNOW ALL ABOUT THE DEATHS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS FROM THAT DEADLY DRUG?????????? IT DOESNT MATTER THAT MOST DOGS CAN TOLERATE IT. IT MATTERS THAT THEY AS VETS HAVE ENOUGH SENSE TO KNOW THE DAMNED SIDE EFFECTS AND KNOW WHAT THE HELL TO DO AND RECOGNIZE IT...NOT DISPUTE A PET OWNER WHO THEMSELVES KNOWS THAT SOMETHING IS REALLY GOING DOWNHILL FAST. I AM SO GD MAD AT PFIZER AND THIS ARROGANT ER VET IMBECILE AND THE WHOLE NEEDLESS SITUATION THAT I AM GOING TO TAKE MY $ AND GATHER A TEAM TOGETHER AND FILE A CLASS ACTION SUIT AGAINST PFIZER AND ANOTHER AGAINST THE VET THAT WAS IN ER TO TREAT HER THOSE FEW DAYS AFTER THE VET THAT OWNS THE CLINIC LEFT FOR HIS VACATION.
MADELYN'S LIFE WILL NOT HAVE BEEN IN VAIN. SHE WILL NOT HAVE DIED HORRIBLY FOR NO DAMNED REASON EXCEPT FOR SHEER STUPIDITY, ARROGANCE, AND UNPROFESSIONAL VETERINARY STANDARDS. TO THIS DAY, THEY HAVE NOT EVEN CALLED TO CHECK ON HER. THEY DONT EVEN KNOW SHE IS DEAD. AND THEY JUST DONT CARE. THAT'S THE BOTTOM LINE. I TRULY HATE THIS IMBECILES AND STOMPING THEM IN THE PRESS AND IN THE WALLET IS THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS. HOW IN THE HELL COULD YOU BE A DAMNED VET IN THE USA AND NEVER HAVE HEARD OF A RIMADYL DEATH, WHEN PFIZER PUBLISHES THEM FOR VETS THEMSELVES. THE 7TH MOST COMMON REACTION TO RIMADYL IS DEATH..........PER THE DAMNED DRYG MAKER PFIZER THEMSELVES. NOW, DOES ANYONE IN ATLANTA WANT TO KNOW THE VET? YOU SHOULD. WATCH THE PRESSES. DON'T WORRY MADELYN, MY SWEET ANGEL, I WILL MAKE SURE THEY REMEMBER WHO YOU WERE AND WHO YOU ARE.MARCH 2012
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Mar 29, 2012
 
I lost my beloved doberman Penny due to the side effects of Proin which she was prescribe for incontinence. She was only on it for less than week. After she started acting ill and would not eat. She was lethargic and lifeless. I had to force feed her and give her Nutri- Cal. I made her get up and go outside. I got her going again and switch her to a holistic medicine for incontinence which worked great. She was doing fine until a month and a half later she fell over and I rushed her to the vet who told me it was Vertigo. I asked her if she thought it was a stroke because of the Proin. She denied that and reassurred me it was just verigo. Less than a month later she died of congestive heart desease. She also had enlarged heart, her lungs were full of fluid, and her kidneys where showing signs of stress. She was awaiting knee surgery which because of her heart she could never now have. We had no choice but to give her rest. I am sure it all started due to the Proin. She was also on Deramax for her leg pain. I feel there should be a class action suit against Proin or any other drugs that are killing our beloved pets! What can we do? My heart is broken because she died too soon and suffered without the right tests when she needed them. The vets are in denial and are not pro-active on monoriting our pets when they are given drugs.
Signed Heart Broken in Ohio
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Apr 30, 2012
 
Margaret J Yinger wrote:
I had to have my oldest Cocker 'put down' on 12/31/06, 9 days short of her 14th birth date... She had been suffering from urinary incontinence but it was controlled with Proin. However she had several days of uncontrolable bowel movements...I contacted my vet and he recommended Pepto-Bismal caplets. I expressed my concern regarding that products' aspirin content...Two days later I had to have her euthanized and cremated... Her whole system failed and I miss her still...
We started our 3 year old husky on Proin for UI (cause by spay)on 4/26. On 4/27 she attacked our other dog for no reason.. TWICE requiring our other dog to have to be taken to the vet for stitches. No one could understand why after living in the same house for a year the husky decided to attack the other dog. I did some research and found out that the ingrediants in PROIN is the same that was in Dexatrim that was pulled off of shelves. This drug changed my dog!! I have decided to go the all nature route and my step sister is ordering all natural meds for my dog. There are no guidelines for what we can give our pets. I am sticking with all natural pills for my dogs.
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Sep 13, 2012
 
Our Labrador Belle had just turned four years old when she was prescribed Rimadyl for a possible CCL injury. Belle had been in excellent health and had never taken any other medications. After five days and ten tablets of Rimadyl, her eyes turn the color of egg yolks. Her initial emergency care DX was liver failure. She died two days later. The necropsy stated severe perforated pyloric ulcer, surgically non-repairable, probably from Rimadyl. Our attorney obtained a copy of the FDA report where we learned another Pfizer drug, (Dexdomitor, sedation for X-ray) recalled for serious health consequences was involved. The necropsy invoice that the veterinarian submitted to Pfizer had a different patient ID number on it then Belle’s patient ID. Our family believes the veterinarians and the Pfizer case representative conspired to hide the Dexdomitor drug reaction from our family and that they submitted pathology samples that were not from our dog to cover up the drug reactions. This all resulted because the prescribing veterinarian gave us no verbal or written information about Rimadyl. All we were told was that Belle would be uncomfortable from the Stifle X-ray manipulations and that the medication prescribed would help with that descomfort. It is a year later and her litter-mate brother still waits for her at the front door. Nothing will comfort him. Not even the company of another dog. We lost two dogs the day Belle died.
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Jan 29, 2013
 
Vioxx was pulled from the market because it scared the crap out of the FDA but wah lah a company called novartis got vioxx approved for dog use, And the name of that drug is called deramaxx or deracoxib and it is just as dangerous for animals as it is for people, I know because it killed my 3 year old boxer jack and I am angry as hell and I want to kick their asses, Please insist on getting a warning sheet from the vet and if they refuse find a new vet because they don't have to play by the same rules as people doctors and pharmacist, DERAMAXX and RIMADYL are basically DRAINO for pooches and destroys their stomachs and as a rule of thumb if there is a fraction of a chance a drug can cause death don't use it.
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Jan 31, 2013
 
Took my dog to the vet,eye issue ,,he state "I haven't seen your dog in 8 yrs" my reply to him..no other vet has seen him either..you push all these shots,medications and she never looks good when I take her home afterwards..she's 12 yo ,look at how healthy she looks,I don't want medicine for her, get the object out of her eye and then I'm taking my dog home...end of story
Pretty much what I tell our pediatrician also..
Americans think a pill is the cure all...to many pharmaceutical commercials that are brainwashing people....
Heres another thing I tell the doctor..if the medication has not been out for more than ten years with a clean track record....experiment on some other kid...
Wake up and smell the coffee...it's a con game...

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