Pfizer lawsuit: Pet owners file complaint over Rimadyl, animal drug they say killed their dog

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Sophie.
Although Sophie was six years old, the golden retriever was still a puppy in the eyes of her owners, Christopher Cooper and Shelley Smith. But then, after undergoing knee surgery, she became ill and stayed that way for more than a month before dying as her owners raced to the animal hospital. Cooper and Smith blame a drug called Rimadyl for this trauma -- and they've filed suit against Pfizer, the drug giant that makes it.

"I know we're going up against Goliath," Cooper says. "But we have to try."

The lawsuit, filed under the auspices of attorney Jennifer Edwards and What Ridge's Animal Law Center, tells the tale. On May 26, 2009, Sophie was referred to Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists in regard to a ruptured cranial cruciate ligament. After her lab work came back normal, surgery took place on June 5, and everything seemed to go well. She was sent home, and Cooper and Smith were given three forms of medication -- including Rimadyl, an anti-inflammatory that's frequently used to treat arthritis -- to help her through the post-operative period.

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Shelley Smith with Sophie.
Side effects were uncommon, the pair say they were told. But just over a week later, Sophie stopped eating and began vomiting overnight. After consulting with Aspen Meadow on June 16, they stopped giving her the prescribed medication -- but this didn't prove to be a miracle cure. Subsequent tests reportedly showed signs of Rimadyl toxicity, and while vets said most dogs recover from this problem in three to seven days, she remained hospitalized for just shy of two weeks amid signs that her liver was failing.

Sophie returned home on June 30, but her symptoms persisted, and on July 9, she was admitted to Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital for a biopsy. More back-and-forth followed, with Sophie returning to CSU for emergency testing on July 25. The next day, Cooper and Smith were told Sophie's condition was grim -- but before they could reach the hospital, they received word that she had died.

Throughout her illness, the couple did research on Rimadyl, and Cooper says they learned that "this drug is problematic, especially in retriever breeds -- and had I known that information prior to surgery, I probably wouldn't have allowed them to give her the drug. She was in the prime of her life, and she really didn't need it. And if we had given her the drug and we'd known what it could do, we would have rushed her to the hospital as soon as she became symptomatic. But we lost three days because we didn't know."


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MyDogAndMe
MyDogAndMe

My best friend passed away after taking Cephalexin, Ketoconazole for her skin allergies and Tramadol for her dislocated hip which it wasn't even any of the generic brands i've seen, it might have been made in their own labs, I feel angry, sad, i wish i could turn back time. I wouldn't have listen to the vet. It happened in 2 weeks, she was fine before taking this medication for her skin allergies and for a dislocated hip. Then she developed watery diarrhea, she had never had diarrhea in her whole life, i took her to the vet again and i said she was having diarrhea and stomach noises, that i was sure it was the medication she was on but i was told NO. CONTINUE GIVING IT TO HER.

0 I feel so angry at myself for wanting her to be alright and trusting the vet. She then developed heavy breathing, fast heart rate, tarry stuff in her stools, she started losing so much weight even though she still had normal appetite. I called the vet again on 3 different occasions and again she said she didn't think it was the medication. 

Then i took her to a different vet who tested her skin and said she shouldn't have been giving Cephalexin and Ketoconazole in the first place because she did not need those, she should have been giving a different type of antibiotic. Then she had blood work done and she was very anemic, her liver enzimes were very low, and on her last 4 days she finally stopped eating, and kept drinking a lot water, i told her every second how much i loved her and how sorry i was for not taking good care of her and for giving her medications that caused her all this issues.

 I took her back to get an ultrasound and her liver and spleen were enlarged, nothing they could do they said. I cried, i prayed, i talked to her every second, i stayed awake watching her sleep and taking care of her those 2 weeks when she began to deteriorate. On the last day we scheduled her for in home euthanasia the next morning. 

It was the most difficult day of my life... my best friend of 10 years, my only loyal friend would soon leave me here. I talked to her all night, i told her that i didn't want to be the one to put her to sleep, that it would be way more difficult for me if i did it, i thanked her, i said so many things, and i asked her to please leave before the morning came, i told her that i would be alright, that i would always love her and that some day we would be together again, to go rest peacefully. She woke up at 4 am, and her last minutes were very difficult but i want to believe she did not feel any of that anymore because it's to hard to replay those moments in my head, she woke up and started vomiting dark brown liquid, about 3 times and suddenly in just a second she lost conscious, her eyes were still open but they were not responding, she died in my arms, i still felt her heart beating for 2 seconds, i still talked to her, i told her i would be strong. to go on... and i stayed with her in my arms who knows for how long, until i started feeling her body finally turning cold.

I prepared her up and scheduled a cremation for that same day, I honestly don't know how i had the strength to do all that, i had to clean her up because her stools had come out and it was all just tarry stuff (digested blood), and my baby never liked being dirty so i cleaned her up until she was really clean. 


Very hard moment for me, she left just a month before she turned 10. I did not bother arguing to the vet about this, it's always their knowledge against our word. But i believe in Karma.



Please trust your heart and if you feel that you shouldn't give a medication to your vet please dont do it, find another vet, try something else before anything.

What i think that happened is that those 3 medications are toxic to the liver and she was not able to handle that and also developed ulcers in her stomach or something like that that caused all this infection inside her system and that that's probably why she was pooping digested blood.


I pray all of your animal are now in a beautiful place and that some day we will all reunited with our very loved pets.

suemcl
suemcl

I'm so scared after reading these posts. Our 9 year old German Shepherd, Ledah, became part of our family because I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. She was prescribed Rimadyl when we realized she could no longer jump up on the bed to be with us. The vet took X-rays and said she had arthritis and then prescribed the Rimadyl. I only understood the risks to be immediate--if your dog reacted favorably, then it was a good med for her. This past week we've been to the vet 3 times, because Ledah suddenly stopped eating, was very lethargic, and was throwing up. She's already lost nearly 8 pounds. We were initially told she was "loaded" with bacteria, and were given antibiotics and anti-nauseau pills. Didn't help. Two days later we were back and her blood work looked pretty good, and the X-Ray showed no obvious blockage. The vet hydrated her and while there she ate half a can of Purina EN. We brought her home and she again ate one-half a can. The next day we seemed to be back to square one! We took her to an emergency clinic, another hydration, and new meds, another X-ray with no obvious obstruction. The vet at the clinic advised no more Rimadyl. Today she seems better once again, but I'm afraid to get my hopes up after reading these posts. I don't know what I will ever do without my companion! She will now be on Tramadol (sp?) as needed. It seems a shame that the Rimadyl made her young again and helped considerably, only to now be in a state of severe gastro problems, and now to have to administer Tramadol only once we see the pain! I don't think I will ever get over this, and I hope and pray those people win their lawsuit, and every pet owner knows about this stuff. Today is July 27, 2014--please say a doggie prayer for my Ledah, and my heart goes out to all of you who have lost your pets to this miserable medication! And I'm sorry for all the people out there who cannot afford to take care of their pets financially. We're up to $1000 thus far, in one week!

maxonnxc
maxonnxc

April 28 near Council Bluffs, IA
3 weeks ago i took my dog to the vet because he was limping, he has Hip Dysplasia so doc gave my dog Rimadyl arthritis med. i also had full blood work done all blood test, the test came back normal so he was in good health other then his hip which not life threatening.
so i started him on the arthritis med doc gave me 10 pills i gave him 6 with in 3 weeks time .
the 3rd week he look like he was constipated over this weekend 4/25/14 to 4/28/14.
i took him to vet today 4/28/14 to get check the doc listen to his heart she said he has Chaotic heartbeat, the bloating was from retaining fluids, doc said he was in critical health his heart can stop anytime. she said he needed to be emitted to hosp right away to do EKG so my dog had to stay in hosp, so 1 or 2 hrs went by doc call told me i can come pick him up.
now he has to take heart and water pills.

my dog was in good health till he took Rimadyl.

DO NOT let the Vet give ur dog "RIMADYL" for arthritis pain.

update of my dog he wont eat now lost what looks like 30lb, every week i have to take him in to be drained of retaining fluids. and now the veterinarian they want to charge me more money to drain him. i am really not happen with this rimadyl medicine for what it has done to my dog.

update
took my dog to vet 4/28/14.. he died 5/31/14 all because of this rimadyl drug

nmacknight
nmacknight

My dog marshmellow died from taking Rimadyl, I am so heartbroken, and disappointed at the vet for the lack of information.

DogLover
DogLover

What SCUM bigpharma is. I hope all the upper management get stage IV cancer, and slowly die. They care ONLY about money. Screw everything else. What SCUMBAGS.

boo49
boo49

My 6 yr old lab Emma is fighting for her life because of this awful drug!! She has been on it for 6 weeks for a limp & started showing symptoms 3 days ago of lethargy, decreased appetite, pale gums & dark stools. We took her to vet whom has admitted it is most likely caused from the Rimadyl after we stated our thoughts on the matter. She is terribly anemic & had a blood transfusion today with hopes of recovery. I pray that it works for her & that all others beloved pets fighting for their lives because of this poison can be saved as well. Our hearts are breaking as we have been giving her this awful med that has made her so ill !!   Nobody warned us about this awful stuff , I did my own research on internet but I promise you I will fight to get the word out to EVERYONE I know to NEVER give this to their beloved pets!! I pray for my Emma & all the other animals fighting for their lives!

baisden_amanda
baisden_amanda

My 6 year old Lab is in the hospital right now over liver failure do to this drug. We are just praying now that she will get better.

Marisa1214
Marisa1214

my dog a 14 year old chihuahua mix recently almost died from this medicine.  I dont know what long term effect this had on her.  I am wondering how to formally file a complaint with pfizer.

Jkskel
Jkskel

My dog was prescribed rimadyl on dec 19 and he died yesterday. His heart just stopped after giving him his 5th pill. He had a limp at11 years old. His sister is stilll living. He was healthy other than the limp. Contact me if you need help with the lawsuit. No warnings were given.

Cyndi
Cyndi

I just lost my Collie to what I suspect is Rimadyl toxicity. Side effects of diarrhea started within a couple days, vomiting, total loss of appetite and then loss of hind legs, convulsions and death all within a week. Her story matches so many I have found on the web just occurred faster. I am so upset I gave her the medicine that killed her.

Bertrand PJ
Bertrand PJ

I am just sick I was doing a search I took my Min Pin  terrier mix Foxy to vet she had been drinking a lot of water I asked them to examine. I found blood in  urine but they said it was her uterus and it needed to come out she just turned 6 years old.

I went to Roach Animal Hospital she made it through surgery looked good for two days but on third day she began vomiting  she was on  Rimadyl.

I kept calling but it was always  it is  after effects of the  surgery. Finally on 4th day she cut out own food due to vomiting all day long. 5th day evening she stopped water  I was told to take both away on the 5th she shook  lost control to stand. on 6th day I called no one would see here that evening  we finally rushed her  for emergency after trying to reach someone for hours. 

She died during the operation. My husband was asked by the vet to give her mouth to mouth while Dr.pumped her heart  then this awful stuff came running out of only her mouth it was a horrible experience and  he said tragic would you like to leave more than the $120.00 emergency fee.

I feel so robbed over the whole deal. I felt it was meds .

Thank you for taking them on. Sorry for your loss.

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Methamphetamine-Abuse

Owners of a Boulder dog, who died after surgery, are suing a drug maker for alleged negligence. Shelley Smith and Christopher Cooper have filed a civil lawsuit againstPfizer Inc., the maker of the of the drug Rimadyl, .

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mom
mom

I am so very sorry to hear about Sophie!  I have a border collie/golden who is 12, was fairly active and has been on rimadyl  (severe arthritus in her hips) for two years with no side effects.  She recently had a blood test and everything is good.  When we took her to our vet because of allergies, he said that she had to be off rimadyl at least a week so that we can give her prednisone.  On the 8th day, Trixie could no longer walk more than 50 feet.  She is on a different pain medication now, but it doesn't seem to be working very well.  My vet is very leery to put her back on rimadyl and now I know why.  Even though it worked in the past, I don't know what to do...try rimadyl again or let her go...

Jaxrussell
Jaxrussell

Thank you all for your comments,  I have a Springer Spaniel Pebs who has a ruptured Cruciate Ligament, we are waiting for an appointment for our Vet to discuss options,  Pebs is on Rimadyl at the moment,  I am not happy with the fact it doesn't seem to be making her feel better so I as of now she will not be having anymore thanks to all your comments, so thank you thank you,  I really hope the case against Pfizer is won, to give this type of drug to Pet Owners who willing pay out any money and put belief in Vets is unforgivable,  I had no warning of any side effects at all, disgraceful.

thyers
thyers

We recently lost our dog Emma because we gave her Rimadyl for arthritis, we were never told of the possible side effects or what we should look for.  After a couple of days of diarrhea we took her into the vet and 4 days later we lost her.  I feel guilt for giving her the medicine and sadness that she is no longer with us but I also feel anger because neither the Vet nor the drug company provided us with the information we needed to decide if this was the right drug to give her. You trust your Vet to make the right decision and it is devastating when you learn the truth.  Our Vet also tried to say it was a bacterial infection and until we looked up Rimadyl we believed them.  Emma had liver and kidney failure and after we took her to the Vet she had a seizure, all of which are side effects from Rimadyl.  Thank you for this article & comments and bringing awareness to the public.  I have told all my friends & co-workers who have animals about this drug and hopefully it will help save another animals' life.  Our pets are our family and it is a devastating loss.   

Julia
Julia

My 9 year old lab is right now getting a second blood transfusion after being on rimadyl for 10 days. We did not get any kind of warning from our vet - no blood work was done prior to starting the drug. I am just sick realizing what we have done. I trusted the vet and did not research - and now I might lose her. She was totally healthy and vibrant - so playful and energetic just a hint of arthritis in her leg. I hope this lawsuit is successful. I'm willing to help in any way.

Room2roam
Room2roam

Our schnauzer was put on Rymadyl lass week for pain for a tooth problem. By this Monday we notice he was not playing and in pain. Tuesday we took him to our vet he had some internal bleeding. So we left him with the vet for two days on IV to get is vitals up. The vet said it could have been from the Rymadyl but not conclusive.

He's fine now but NEVER will we allow Rymadyl to be given him again.

RightRx
RightRx

Our Golden Retriever Sullivan has had a bad shoulder for many, many years.  He has taken Rimadyl without incident and the drug has been a life saver for him.  Without it he can barely walk.  I, personally, am so  thankful for the wonderful medications our vet has at their disposal compared to years ago. Used appropriately, COX-2 inhibitors are very safe.  I'd love to jump on the "big bad company out to get us" train but I'm too busy enjoying my pet.  Mishaps happen; and it only takes a persuasive lawyer to convince a grieving family that it was someone else's fault and they gotta pay!  But pay me first...

Cindy Smith
Cindy Smith

I hope you win.  Back in 1997 when Rimadyl first came out, my vet gave it to my 13 1/2 year-old Airedale, Ben for his arthritis.  The only thing he said was it may cause gastrointestinal upset or liver problems.  Never mentioned the kidneys.   After only 3 doses, he started vomiting and became very listless and wouldn't eat.  I called the vet and he said take him off it and see how he does.  He didn't even have me bring Ben in to see him.  He didn't get better.  He started coughing up blood , so I rushed him down to Angell Memorial in Boston with a 50/50 chance he might bleed out b/4 we got there.  He was having a hard time breathing and they put him in an oxygen tent and they said  he was in grave condition.  The vet asked  me what meds he was on and I told her I had just taken him off Rimadyl.  She said that was the cause.  Any time you give a dog a NSAID it can cause liver and kidney damage since the medicine is processed through those organs. Imagine the guilt I felt.  I gave this to my dog to help him and he was in acute kidney failure.  His creatnin was well over 6.0.  I stayed in the waiting room overnight while they worked on him, but his organs were shutting down and I had to put him to sleep the next day.  No dog or owner should have to go through what we went through.  It was reported to the FDA who in turn notified Pfizer  who paid the bills, but still, I feel that it should be taken off the market.  I spoke with a neurosurgeon at Angell recently as I have a 12-year-old Airedale, Cody, who has arthritis and he said he would never prescribe Rimadyl.  It's one of the worse  NSAIDS for dogs. I know the Animal Law Center in  Colorado is in the process of another lawsuit against Pfizer and I hope to be a plaintiff in this one.  I wasn't in the first one as I didn't know about it.

Raymondcolby
Raymondcolby

my dog lucy takes thid meds she 12yrs old   .only problem she won't go to bathroom  maybe early morning once a day she's eating fine

Charles
Charles

My sincere and heartfelt sympathy for your loss of Sophie.  We almost lost our good old lab a few years ago after she developed a limp - probably brought on by a muscle strain from playing and wrestling (she still loved to play at 12 years).  She had never had health problems, and the vet prescribed Rimadyl to help ease the inflammation.  There was never ANY warning about the possible side effects of the drug.  A couple of weeks later, she was lethargic, her eyes were yellow, and we took her in.  Almost complete liver and kidney failure.  We nursed her gently back to health - she had a big heart - over the next 3 months - carrying IV bags, rebuilding her appetite, etc...

My wife's young dog had a hot-spot recently.  The vet's first prescription for discomfort:  rimadyl. "I'll give you something to help with the discomfort."  No warning, no testing for tolerance - no nothing.  When I read the label I pitched it and fired the vet immediately. If you look around a vet's office, there are posters, charts, "gimme's" everywhere for the stuff. 

I hope you clean Pfizer's clock, on behalf of all dogs and their owners.  It's CRIMINAL that they just foist this dog off as a miracle - when in fact - it should be given only with a regimen of testing which would make it way more expensive to prescribe and administer.

Best of luck.  If you need a credible witness, count me in.

Telschow5
Telschow5

I lost my lab pup just hours ago, almost 2 weeks to the day after her being spayed and giving rimadyl for pain relief. She was spayed on Friday and by tuesday began limping. After having the collar on we thought at first that she had twisted her ankle. By Friday she had almost full paralysis, an enlarged liver, wasn't eating, drinking, and was rushed to the vet for the second time in 3 days. Over the weekend she had two blood transfusions, as her platelets were almost non-existant, was put on IV's and seemed much better by Sunday. She died on Wednesday afternoon. I was being the responsible pet owner by getting my pup spayed. I was being the good dog "mom" by doing everything my vet said to do to make her more comfortable. I fed her the medicine that ultimately killed her. Now I live with this guilt, and I'm not sure how I will handle this. Lexie slept in my bed, comforted my grandkids, ate from my fingers, and loved me. How do the drug companies sleep at night? God love anyone that goes through this. The pups are not the only victims here. They paid the ultimate price but us moms are the ones left crying ourselves to sleep.

toni 

Jobecks
Jobecks

OMG...we must ban together and do something.  I am so sad reading this article as I myself have just had my almost 12 year old lab have liver problems from Rimadyl...I am beside myself and hopefully Lilli will be ok......no more Rimadyl for my pets EVER....I am so upset right now and am so sad for Sophie and her family......I have a vet that I absolutely love and trust his judgement 150% and still this has happened...my dear Lilli had Rimadyl last year after ACL surgery and we stopped  it because she wasn't tolerating it....well a second go round was worse...I even expressed my apprehension to my vet who knows I am so cautious about my little girl....four visits in eight days and bloodwork yesterday confirmed liver issues....please keep us all posted on this lawsuit and again prayers to Sophie and her family...Sophie hope you are playing in heaven.....

Thezeids
Thezeids

My beloved 10 year old Airedale just died from what I now suspect was rimadyl toxicity. I don't think I will ever be able to forgive myself for not putting more research into what I was giving her. There is a hole in my heart.Thank you Christopher Cooper and Shelley Smith for suing Pfizer for all of us who were so hurt.

Djscheller
Djscheller

Thankyou Sophies parents for your story, I have 2 Golden Retrievers, cooper 3 and Calvin 10  who is showing some signs of arthritis, I will probably look into alternative meds for him, thankyou! Debbie

Jean
Jean

It is about time another lawsuit was filed.  Many dogs have been harmed by Rimadyl, and not much has been done at all to warn dog owners about the dangers.  Shame on Pfizer, shame on the FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine - for not doing their jobs.

Kathleen Chippi
Kathleen Chippi

Our Jethro (husky/wolf) was on it and he had liver failure.  Fortunately, at the cost of our dogs health, my sanity and thousands of dollars,  we were able to save him from near death.  We were just told to put another dog on it.  I'm not going to.  Natural only. 

Karen Perry
Karen Perry

Dancer, our lab now has authuritis in one of his legs.  The doctor prescribed this drug Rimadyl for discomfort.  I think now after reading this,  I am not going to let him take this anymore.  Think I will give him Glucosimaine instead. 

Lauren
Lauren

Good luck!! This breaks my heart. I can't imagine the sense of loss and anger these two must feel. Be strong and don't give up!

Judyzoe
Judyzoe

I admire this couple greatly for taking on such a huge corporation in the name of their precious golden Sophie.  Not only is it pharmaceutical companies, but a lot of pet food companies as well that take profit first before the health and well-being of animals.  I also feel the enormous grief and sadness they are going through.  I've had two goldens in my life time.  They are the most loving and precious animals.  I hope they prosper in this lawsuit as well hope this makes a some sort of difference in how these companies view the animals in our lives.

sbaffirmbeliver
sbaffirmbeliver

can you give me a phone # of the lawyers handling this, my vet says its safe , I took my dog off of it after about 5 pills I just had a gut  feeling thanks Sandy

 

Thinkfort
Thinkfort

Like medications administered to humans, they don't work perfectly for everyone, or every dog.  My nine year old boxer has used Rimadyl off and on for the past couple of years for "flare up" arthritis pain in his right hip; more recently used on a more consistent basis.  He is much more comfortable on Rimadyl and I credit this medication to his current puppy-like behavior.  He looks forward to his three-mile daily walk with me each day.  My advise is to get regular blood tests for the first sign of problems.  We lost my boxer's sister to lymphoma 4 years ago....I know first hand what it is like to lose a beloved member of the family.  

Amber
Amber

Be thankful your dog is okay but for you to almost mock their suffering and loss-shame on you! You're a jerk!!!

Jean
Jean

Until you have lost a beloved pet to adverse effects of a drug you will not be able to truly understand.   Many dogs have benefitted from Rimadyl and similar drugs; mine did not - he died in 1997 - I have been fighting since then to make known the adverse side effects of Rimadyl.  Glad you read this article and maybe now you will be a bit more cautious.

kmacdon
kmacdon

Cindy,

 

I hope you see this post.  I actually had to put my dog to sleep over the summer as a result of Rimdayl as well.  The main difference in my story is that Angell was the hospital that prescribed it, Dr Moses the Pain Management Specialist.  She noted his intollerance when he had taken it in the past (dose here or there), he had elevated liver panels prior to the prescription, and she ignored and dismissed my concerns.  I only knew the side effects when I took it upon my self to do research.  No Information for Dog Owners Sheet was given, she ignored my noting of side effects and told me it needed to build up in his system.  I diagnosed the Rimadyl toxicity after multiple visits to Angell with vet bills in the thousands.  My diagnosis was too late and I was advised of his grave condition as well.  Stomach perforation, liver failure, kidney failure, and little chance of recovery.  I was told for 3 weeks my dog had Lyme disease, or some tick borne illness.  Initial testing was negative, and so was the further tithers testing for tick borne illness.  His intial problem was difficulty walking which I believe was a result of one of the "here or there" moment with Rimadyl.  Rather than recognize it was an adverse reaction, they advise me to provide it regularly.  I trusted the expertise of their vets in general, which was a mistake. Don't praise Angell as an entire organization, there are several great vets there (Dr Trout, Dr Biros, Br Bracker)...but several also that made grave errors with my dog's life...and failed to listen to me even when questioned directly about Rimadyl.

 

The lawsuit in Colorado has not opened up to class action status, they are collecting information for others.  you can find them at http://theanimallawcenter.com/  

Bertrand PJ
Bertrand PJ

Cindy do you have contact info on this Colorado lawsuit?Thanks

Michael Roberts
Michael Roberts

Thanks for sharing your story, Charles. Much appreciated.

Michael Roberts
Michael Roberts

Glad to hear Jethro made it through. Thanks for the post, Kathleen.

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