Every person/firm/company engaged in export business in India should obtain Importer-Exporter Code Number from the Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) as required under the Export and Import Policy. The Head/Registered office as well as its branches in India should invariably cite the number so allotted by DGFT on GR, PP or VP/COD forms as also SOFTEX form used for declaration of exports. Customs/Post Office/Department of Electronics will not entertain any export forms which do not bear the Importer-Exporter Code Number issued by DGFT.
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requesting what products you want to order.
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Money Gram, VVestern Union or cash in the mail (ONLY RETURNING CUSTOMERS)
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This changes from time to time for obvious reasons, so please always follow this procedure and DO NOT send funds without first making the proper address/info inquiries.
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T/A time for international order is 14 - 21 days /10 days on average/.
T/A time for domestic is 3 - 7 days / 5 days on average/.
International orders are shipped in less then 24 hours after funds collected. Domestic orders are shipped in less then 3 days after funds collected.
100% re-shipping policy on any seized order, needed proof of seizure.
Ketoprofen is used in dogs and cats for the short-term management of post surgical pain. On occasion it may be used for the longer-term management of chronic pain particularly due to osteoarthritis. About 20% of adult dogs are affected with osteoarthritis, which makes management of musculoskeletal pain a major component of companion animal practice. There is a very narrow margin of safety for all NSAIDs in the dog and there are other NSAIDs that are used more commonly (etodolac and Rimadyl®). GI-protectant drugs such as misprostol, cimetidine, omeprazole, ranitidine or sucralfate frequently are included as a part of treatment with any NSAID.