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Penicillamine

GENERAL Penicillamine is used in the treatment of copper storage-associated liver disease in dogs, long term treatment of lead poisoning, and cystine urinary tract stones. It may be of some benefit in treating chronic hepatitis. PROPER USAGE It is best to administer penicillamine on an empty stomach, at least 30 minutes before food or 2
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Ranitidine

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Oral Suspension GENERAL Ranitidine is used to decrease acid secretion in the stomach and protect against the formation of ulcers. It may also be used to stimulate movement of the movement of the stomach and intestines in cases of intestinal obstruction. PROPER USAGE Ranitidine is usually given 2 to 3 times daily
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Tris EDTA

DOSAGE FORMS Otic GENERAL Tris-EDTA is a solution used used primarily to treat ear infections, especially those contaminated with the bacteria Pseudomonas. It is also used to clean the ear before putting other medications in the ear, approximately 15 minutes before instilling the medication. SIDE EFFECTS There really are no side effects but there could
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Bethanechol

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Oral Suspension GENERAL Bethanecol is used to cause constriction of the bladder to help animals that have difficulty urinating. PROPER USAGE Bethanechol is usually given three times daily on an empty stomach unless otherwise instructed. It should not be used in animals who have stones blocking their bladder, or if they have
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Cyclophosphamide

GENERAL Cyclophosphamide is used as an anti-cancer drug or as an immunosuppressant. PROPER USAGE Wear gloves when handling this medication and wash your hands immediately after removal of gloves. Avoid contact with your pet’s urine and feces. Report any bleeding or bruising, trouble breathing, or any other serious side effects to your veterinarian as SIDE
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Fluoxetine

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Chews, Oral Suspension, Transdermal gel GENERAL Fluoxetine, a serotonin-reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), is used for: anxiety, aggression, obsessive compulsion behaviors, It may take 2 to 4 weeks to see beneficial results. PROPER USAGE Fluoxetine can be given with or without food. If a dose is missed, it should be given as soon as
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Marbofloxacin

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Oral Suspension, Transdermal gel GENERAL Marbofloxacin is a quinolone antibiotic used to treat a variety of infections. PROPER USAGE Quinolone antibiotics should be used with caution in animals that are still growing because it may affect bone growth. If your cat shows any signs of dilated pupils or any change in behavior,
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Phenobarbital

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Chew, Oral Suspension, Transdermal gel GENERAL Phenobarbital is used to control seizures in animals. PROPER USAGE Phenobarbital is usually given once or twice daily and will need to be given for the rest of your pets life. It has effects on many laboratory tests so your veterinarian may want you to take
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Ronidazole

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Suspension GENERAL Ronidazole is most commonly used to treat a protozoal infection in cats called Tritrichomonas foetus. This protozoa is a common cause of diarrhea in cats, particularly young cats and those living in multi-cat households. PROPER USAGE Wear gloves when handling this medication and wash hands well. SIDE EFFECTS Nausea and
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Tylosin

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Oral Suspension, Powder GENERAL Tylosin is a macrolide antibiotic that is used to treat certain types of chronic diarrhea in dogs and cats. It is not used in humans or horses. PROPER USAGE Tylosin should be given with food twice daily. If a dose is missed, do not give 2 doses at
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Budesonide

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Suspension, Transdermal GENERAL Budesonide is a synthetic corticosteroid used in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and certain types of colitis. The most common side effects are increased drinking and urination. Your pet may have more “accidents” and need to go outside or use the litter box more often. Contact your veterinarian
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Cyclosporine (modified and non-modified)

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Ophthalmic drops and ointment, Oral Solution, Oral Suspension, Topical GENERAL Cyclosporine is an immunosuppressant and should be given exactly as directed by your veterinarian. It is used for: atopic dermatitis, dry eye syndrome. This medication decreases the power of the immune system so your pet is more susceptible to infections. PROPER USAGE
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Furosemide

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Oral Suspension GENERAL Furosemide, a diuretic, is used to remove excess fluid from the body in conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, and swelling. It may also be used in racehorses that get nosebleeds when they race. PROPER USAGE Furosemide should be used with caution when your pet has: sulfa allergy,
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Meclizine

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Suspension, Transdermal

Phenoxybenzamine

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Oral Suspension GENERAL Phenoxybenzamine is used primarily in dogs and cats with a condition known as urethral sphincter hypertonus that causes the animal to have difficulty urinating. It works by relaxing urethral sphincter tone, therefore allowing the animal to urinate more ea PROPER USAGE Phenoxybenzamine should not be used in dogs with
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Selegeline

DOSAGE FORMS Capsule, Oral Suspension GENERAL Selegilene, an MAO inhibitor, is used to treat confusion and dementia caused by old age in animals. It is also used to treat some kinds of Cushings disease in dogs. PROPER USAGE Selegilene should be given orally once daily in the morning for dogs and in the evening for
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