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Piroxicam is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication intended for dogs with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Piroxicam is also prescribed in conjunction with other drugs for the treatment of canine bladder cancers.

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.

  • Seemingly effective for remedial/palliative care of mouth melanoma.
    Dog was diagnosed with oral melanoma in upper gum and lip in November, and was given 2-4 months WITH piroxicam. I elected to combine it with carboplatin treatments for a period of time. The cancer definitely paused in its growth, but eventually resumed. Since the carboplatin had some side effects, I gave it up and switched course to palliative care, combining piroxicam with tramadol (for pain), amitriptyline (for anxiety), and clindamycin (for oral infections). Although the cancer has continued to grow, it has not metastasized, the dog's appetite and mood is good, and she is now in her seventh month since the diagnosis! by on 06/04/2016
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    company offers excellent service and products at a reasonable price. by on 07/31/2014
  • Almost Put Cat to Sleep
    I found a sick kitten and her whole nasal cavity was just a big hole. She was so congested she could scarcely breathe, antibiotics did no good, and I spent a fortune on vet bills. Another vet did some research and tried Piroxicam. I carefully mix it with almond oil to my vet's specifications with a mortar and pestle and it costs like 8 cents per month. This kitten (now a cat) has totally forgotten she was ever sick. She is and probably will always be Itta Bitty Tiny Kitty as she is named, but she is alive and happy. (This is a prescription drug and requires a prescription.) by on 05/30/2008
  • Almost Put Cat to Sleep
    I found a sick kitten and her whole nasal cavity was just a big hole. She was so congested she could scarcely breathe, antibiotics did no good, and I spent a fortune on vet bills. Another vet did some research and tried Piroxicam. I carefully mix it with almond oil to my vet's specifications with a mortar and pestle and it costs like 8 cents per month. This kitten (now a cat) has totally forgotten she was ever sick. She is and probably will always be Itta Bitty Tiny Kitty as she is named, but she is alive and happy. (This is a prescription drug and requires a prescription.) by on 05/30/2008
  • Can't Live with out it
    My dog byron who is 6 years old has nasal cancer. Our vet gave him a 3 month life expectancy. They put him on this medication and ever since then he has been doing great. He is now on month 5 and is larger then life, he hasnt changed a bit. He is just as happy as he was if he was still a puppy.*This is a prescription item by on 09/22/2005
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