INTAS Melonex Susp. 10 Ml


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  • Treats swelling and pain in the dogs
  • Cures the problem of mild skin rash
  • Relieves runny nose and sore throat
  • Gets rid of gastrointestinal problems like bloating, diarrhea and constipation


INTAS Melonex Suspension is a highly effective medication available at PetsWorld that treats Arthritis and Joint pain in dogs of all breeds. This medication prevents the discharge of hormonal response that causes symptoms like irritation, pain, swelling and redness. This suspension also gets rid of gastrointestinal problems in dogs like bloating. Constipation as well as diarrhea. If your vet approves, this medication can be administered to dogs, if they're experiencing the problem of mild skin rash as well.


  • Brand: Intas Pharmaceuticals LTD
  • Manufacturer: Rudraksha Bioceuticals
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Form: liquid
  • Country Of Origin: IN
  • Diet Type: 
  • Net Quantity: 10 ml
  • Special Use: Irritation, Swelling and redness, Joint pain
  • Care Instruction: Keep away from children
  • Intended Use: Swelling and redness, Irritation, Joint pain


This product expires. Actual expiry date may vary based on the delivery location and ordered quantity.

  • Expiration Type: expiration-on-package
  • Shelf Life: 24 Months

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