Thursday, June 5, 2014

Elimay Pain Relief for Dogs

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
My poor sweet little Layla is getting up there in age! She is almost ten years old now and has had a condition known as patellar luxation since she was a pup. This condition basically means her knees pop out of their sockets from time to time. It can be very painful for her, and over the years has resulted in her having arthritis. I was told when it happened that she may not be able to walk by the time she was five. Here we are, five years after that and she is still doing well. Even though she is still mobile, like any senior citizen, she has pain. Her knees are contorted and bowed, and she has good days and bad. 


Q: What's in Elimay Pain Care?
A: It is a blend of Curcumin and Boswellia largely beneficial for inflammation. For more information about the specific ingredients used in Elimay Pain Care, please click on our Products Detail brochure for details. 

Recently, I was lucky enough to receive a bottle of Elimay Pain Relief for her. This product has really helped her on those bad days and it is relatively easy to give to her. Since she is a chihuahua, she obviously cannot swallow the entire gel tablet, so you can easily twist off the end and place the liquid on her tongue. I did find this to be a bit messy, and what got on my fingers did stain for a day or so. Layla did not seem to mind the flavor at all. On her bad days when we use the Elimay Pain Relief I find within an hour or so, she seems more mobile and is up moving around more. This is from a dog that sleeps 90% of her day away. 

Since my old lady is a part of my family, I am glad to be able to offer her a product that helps with her pain. After all, if a human has knee pain, they pop an ibuprofen right? Why not help your pet too? It is only $25 for 60 tablets, which as I stated we do not use everyday. That means the supply we have will last her as long as 6 months. It is stated on the site for the dogs to take the product daily though but we prefer an as needed approach to any medicine. Overall, we are very happy with the results of Elimay Pain care and will be ordering more for her. 

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8 comments:

  1. My sweet guy is almost 13. Just this morning his knee went out of place. He was in so much pain. My son had to hold his head for me while I massaged his knee back into place. I don't like when he tries to bite me from the pain and fear.

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  2. I have five rescued Treeing Walker Coonhounds. Four of them are in the 4-5 year old range, but my senior girl, Suki, is 13+ and is starting to have more age-related issues, including the aches and pains that come with advanced age. I'd love to be able to give her some respite from her stiff and painful joints.

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  3. My furry boy, Charlie, tore his ACL a few years ago and had surgery to fix it. He still has his days when he limps and due to his bone structure (he's a Corgi/Chow/Golden mix), he is susceptible to arthritic changes in his joints. I would love to try this to help him on his harder days.

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  4. I have 2 dogs now and used to have 3. Both of my bichons, now only one had to have both legs done. That was 4 knee surgeries. They had metal pins put in or they wouldn't have walked. So expensive. We also have a lab retriever who is old and has tried prednisone, rimadyl, and some other liquid stuff and it upset his stomach for pain in his legs. I would love to try this on both of them. Thanks for I never heard of it before. Rita Spratlen

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  5. My elder dog is almost 15 now and just recently started having some trouble getting around. We have ramps for her to get on and off the deck since she can't navigate the steps these days. I would like to see if this helps out on her bad days.

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  6. My dog is getting a bit older and sometimes he has joint pain - perhaps some arthritis.

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  7. My furbaby doesnt have an immediate need now but id like to have it on hand just in case. So we need it for our first aid kit!

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  8. My pup is due to get his bits snipped. I think this would help him get past that.

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