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08-31-2014 08:49 PM
Momto2GSDs If you want to try something natural the 2 products below are excellent!

This is a combination of herbals and nutrients to strengthen and rejuvenate: Standard Process Musculoskeletal Support: info here: https://www.standardprocess.com/Prod...eletal-Supportpurchase here:
Amazon Amazon

This is combination of Homeopathic Remedies that are fantastic for injuries and pain: Traumeel: http://www.healthypets.com/traumeel100tab.html or
Amazon.com: Heel Traumeel 100 Tablets: Health & Personal Care Amazon.com: Heel Traumeel 100 Tablets: Health & Personal Care

Not all herbals work for all dogs or people. You need to find the right combination, so if you do try these and it doesn't help let me know!

Moms
08-31-2014 08:24 PM
trcy I tried the leerburg method with Riley. It did not work. They only thing that worked on both Riley and Kaleb was Rymidal on really bad days.
08-31-2014 08:20 PM
SuperG Maybe check this out....many people use Leerburg as a source.

Leerburg | Panosteitis or PANO


SuperG
08-31-2014 08:12 PM
queenie22
Limping

If I needed to keep my 10 month old from jumping up and down because it appears he is having "growing pains". What can I give him over the counter?

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