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Movalis for hip dysplasia

Hello everyone. I took my dog to have blood tests to another vet clinic as ours does not have a laboratory. I wanted to test her for TSH CBC and glucose levels in her blood(TSH result's not back yet, glucose was low, but they said it was not a big deal as she had not eaten that day, CBC everything great except for RBC, slightly elevated) and when the vet asked us about the reason for getting this test, i answered that it was to find out if her aggression was caused by hypothyroidism. They inquired further and when i also told them that she also has dysplasia, the vet said that her aggression was probably caused by pain in her hips and that i should address that ASAP. they prescribed movalis for managing her pain. I have not yet given it to my dog. Wanted to check in with our vet first. I'll take my dog there once we have our results. I wanted your opinion on this. Have any of you ever given movalis to your dogs?
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