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Q. My dog has a Sarcoma on her face that is spreading to her eye and we cant afford treatment. She is also showing signs of pain. What should we do?

A. To speak with your veterinarian and they should be able to write you a prescription

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DR. JENNIFER LADD, DVM

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A. Tramadol is a great medication for pain that is really cost-effective.

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