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deramaxx, Dasuquin and AdvantixIII

Species: Dog
Breed: English Mastiff
Age: 5-8 years
Is it ok for Casey to be on deramaxx desaquin and k9advantix 2 .




Online vet, Dr. Marie

Dr. Marie replied:

Yes! These products are all safe to be used together. Deramaxx is very good at helping with arthritis inflammation. The Dasuquin is a natural supplement containing glucosamine, chondroiitin and avocado. It is a good supplement and will work along with the Deramaxx.

Advantix II is a great flea product. It won't interact at all with the other two products.

Hope that helps!

Dr. Marie


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