Generic form of Rimadyl, Novox, and Vetprofen. Can be given once a day or twice a day. Effective in controlling joint pain and inflammation. Can help bring relief after surgery. Scored tablets make it easy to break tablets in half for proper dosing.Description
*Please Note: Picture displayed may not depict actual product. Any represented trademarks are property of the respective companies What is Carprofen? Carprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medication that helps relieve the pain and inflammation that occurs with arthritis in dogs. It also helps bring relief from other joint problems and can help your pet to feel better after surgery. Carprofen is the generic alternative to Rimadyl, Novox, and Vetprofenl. Formulated for: Dogs.The safety of Carprofen in puppies under 6 weeks of age has not been established. Some veterinarians may prescribe for small animals and birds although this medication is labeled for dogs only. Do not use with cats. How is this medication given? Carprofen can be given once a day or it can be split into twice daily dosing. Your veterinarian will determine the dosage of medication and the frequency at which it should be given. Give this medication by mouth (orally). Gastrointestinal upset including vomiting and diarrhea may be minimized if Carprofen is given with food. Carprofen should be given at the lowest dose necessary to help your dog to feel better. You should never administer Carprofen to a pet other than the one for which it has been prescribed for. How does it work? Chemicals in the body called prostaglandins are reduced with Carprofen. Since prostaglandins trigger inflammation, minimizing them helps decrease inflammation and pain that occurs as a result of arthritis, surgery, and other joint conditions. What results can I expect? Symptoms of arthritis include stiffness, trouble walking, and difficulty rising. These symptoms can be relieved with Carprofen although this medication will not cure arthritis since there is no known cure for this chronic condition. Your dog should start to feel better although results vary in each individual. If you discontinue Carprofen you may notice your dogs symptoms returning. What Form(s) does Carprofen come in? scored tablets (caplets).Dose and Administration: Novox is an oral medication that your pet takes by mouth. It can be give one to two times daily but your veterinarian will determine the dose and frequency that is ideal for your dog. Giving Carprofen with food can sometimes help to decrease gastrointestinal upset. If you miss a dose, you should give as soon as you remember. If it is time for the next dose, just skip the dose that you missed so that you do not give two doses at once. Only give Carprofen to the dog for which your veterinarian has prescribed it for. If there are any questions or problems giving your dog this medication, consult your veterinarian immediately. Minimize your dogs arthritis and joint pain and improve his/her quality of life with Carprofen. Possible Side Effects: The most commonly reported side effect is gastrointestinal upset which may result in vomiting, diarrhea, and lack of appetite. Stomach ulcers may also develop and this can cause your dog to have bloody stools, black stools, or constipation in addition to other gastrointestinal signs. Sometimes the kidneys and liver may be affected. Symptoms of kidney problems include increased thirst, increased urination, and changes in the color and smell of your pets urine. If liver problems occur, you may notice jaundice (yellowing of the gums, skin, or eyes). Pale gums, shedding, incoordination, seizures, behavioral changes, and other less common side effects are also possible. If your pet is allergic to this medication, he/she may display symptoms such as facial swelling, hives, scratching, and sudden onset of diarrhea, vomiting, shock, seizures, pale gums, cold limbs, or coma. Contact veterinarian if abnormalities occur.
Antirobe Aquadrops are indicated for the treatment of soft tissue infections.
VERAFLOX is indicated for the treatment of skin infections (wounds and abscesses) in cats caused by susceptible strains of Pasteurella multocida, Streptococcus canis, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus felis, and Staphylococcus pseudintermedius.
* Prescription antibiotic for the treatment of bacterial infections * May be given with food to decrease side effects Follow dosage instructions provided by your veterinarianDescription
Veterinarians prescribe Vibramycin in order to treat your pets susceptible bacterial infections which include tick-borne infection, salmon poisoning, and leptospirosis.
What is Vibramycin?This is an antibiotic (doxycycline) that is used to treat susceptible infections including ehrlichiosis, Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, salmon poisoning, toxoplasmosis, and leptospirosis.
What are the benefits of Vibramycin?
- Treats multiple types of infections and tick-borne diseases.
- Liquid is easy to give and allows for precise dosing.
- Can be given to multiples species of animals.
Formulated for:multiple species including dogs and cats.
How is this medication given?Give this medication orally with food to decrease side effects. Give at least a teaspoon of water after each dose to prevent damage to the esophagus (in cats). Do not use milk. For small mammals, try fruit juices.
Give this medication exactly as prescribed by your veterinarian. Finish the entire course of antibiotic even if your pets condition improves before the end of treatment or infection may recur or worsen. If you have any questions, ask your veterinarian.
How does this medication work?This is antibiotic that kills susceptible bacteria by preventing susceptible bacteria from producing proteins that are essential to their growth and reproduction.
What results can I expect? Vibramycin is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and is carried to areas where infection is present via the bloodstream. It may take multiple days for your pet to start feeling better. If your pets condition is not improved after the course of Vibramycin is finished, call your veterinarian.
What form(s) does Vibramycin come in? Powder for liquid suspension with raspberry flavoring.
Generic Name:Doxycyline (Common Drug Name)
Common Brand Name:Vibramycin
Dose and Administration:Use only as prescribed by your veterinarian. Give each dose by mouth with food. It is a good idea to give a small amount of water (cats) or juice(small mammals) after each dose. Do not give with milk. Finish all medication. Call your veterinarian if you are not sure how to use this medication correctly.
Uses:Vibramycin is the antibiotic, doxycycline. This antibiotic is most commonly used to treat leptospirosis, toxoplasmosis, mycoplasma, psittacosis, salmon poisoning, and other tick-borne diseases.
Possible Side Effects: Nausea, loss of appetite, diarrhea and vomiting have been reported.
Protect your pet from the sun while he/she is taking this medication or skin lesions may occur.
If used long-term, unwanted bacteria or fungi may grow. Brown staining on teeth is possible if this medication is given to immature animals.
Some pets are truly allergic to this medication. Other side effects may occur. Call your veterinarian right away if your pet acts sick while taking this medication.
Drug and Food Interactions: Oral antacids, minerals (ex. iron), digoxin, theophylline, warfarin, penicillins, or insulin may interact. Always tell your veterinarian about all medications and supplements your pet is taking.
Precautions:Do not give Vibramycin to your pet if he/she is allergic to any of the tetracyclines. Avoid use in the first half or pregnancy as this medication can halt fetal growth, alter the skeleton, and yellow the teeth of unborn animals. Yourveterinarian may allow use during the second half of pregnancy if the benefits outweigh the risks.
Storage:Store at room temperature away from children and pets and away from light. Once the powder is reconstituted into liquid, it must be used within 14 days.
A prescription from your veterinarian is required to purchase Vibramycin