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jawscardodger
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What can you give your dog for pain?

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Re: What can you give your dog for pain?

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Tramadol or Carprofen

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What is causing the pain?

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jawscardodger
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He fell out of a tree.He seems ok i felt him over and didn't find anything just walking kind of stiff.

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Ok...hopefully he will recover quickly...

I asked because if it were cuts and stitches I could help with that...

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It might be better if he had a little pain. That is nature's way of slowing them down so they can heal. It will also make him think twice about climbing again.

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