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Q. Rymadal works for my 11yo Golden but expensive so tried the generic. Should there be less improvement on generic vs brand or just cold weather makin

A. Rimadyl and Carprofen are the same medication. Carprofen being the generic version. As long as the mg dosage has not changed there should be no difference in effectiveness between medications.

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