1. Give oral products with food.
2. Goal is to find the lowest dose possible and use it for the shortest period of time.
3. Many side effects are possible (see below), especially when used long term. Most common ones are: greater appetite, thirst, and need to urinate.
4. In dogs, stomach or intestinal ulcers, perforation, or bleeding can occur. If your animal stops eating, or you notice a high fever, black tarry stools or bloody vomit, contact your veterinarian immediately.
5. Do not stop therapy abruptly without your veterinarian’s guidance as serious side effects could occur.