Liquid Cat Food
…from free radicals, promoting a healthy immune system* Potassium - Combats depletion* Consistency - Soft and thixotropic (stirring makes it more liquid) -gives flexibility in feeding - by bowl, spoon, syringe or tube* Caloric Content: 180 kcal/can * Not recommended for* Patients where the primary…Description
We know that you love your pet and would do anything in the world to help them if they are suffering. Providing extra love, care and comfort is necessary for cats and dogs recovering from serious illness, accident and surgery. Hill's Prescription Diet a/d Canine/Feline Canned Food, developed by nutritionists and veterinarians, provides clinical nutrition for dogs and cats in the recovery process. Cats and dogs need extra energy and nutrients, in an appetizing form, to support a healthy recovery. Your pet can undergo severe metabolic changes when recovering from a serious illness, injury or surgery. Their bodies are challenged to maintain strong natural defenses and spare lean body mass, making it extremely important to feed them Hill's Prescription Diet a/d Canine/Feline Canned Food for ultimate nutrition. Hills Prescription Diet helps your four legged loved one get back to health.
…cat. Do not split the contents of each vial. Hold each tube upright and press cap down until the cap punctures the applicator seal. Part the hair at base of neck and place tube on visible skin area. Squeeze the tube 3 or 4 times in one spot until empty. Keep tube squeezed to avoid drawing liquid…Description
Keep your cat safe from heartworm disease, fleas, roundworms, hookworms, and ear mites by giving him/her Revolution once a month. Your cat will be protected from all of these bugs with one monthly topical treatment making it easy and convenient to keep your cat protected!
What is Revolution for Cats? Revolution is a topical medication applied on a monthly basis. When applied as directed, it is effective in providing your cat with protection against heartworms and fleas. It is also effective in preventing and treating ear mites, roundworms, and hookworms.
Formulated for: Revolution can be safely applied to cats and kittens over 8 weeks of age. This medication can be safely given to pregnant and nursing cats.
How is this medication given? Revolution is a topical medication. It is applied to your cats skin once a month. It is generally recommended to apply this medication on the same date each month. Some veterinarians recommend applying Revolution every month for all 12 months of the year. Others may recommend giving it only during the mosquito season so check with your veterinarian regarding his/her recommendations. If given seasonally, the first dose must be given within 30 days of the pet's first exposure to mosquitoes. The last dose needs to be given within 30 days after the pet's last exposure to mosquitoes. You should give the first dose of Revolution one month prior to the expected start of the flea season for optimal flea control. To apply this medication, part the hair on your pets back at the base of the neck in front of the shoulder blades. The tip of the tube should then be placed at the desired site. Squeeze the tube 3-4 times to empty all of the liquid on the skin. Do not rub into skin. Do apply Revolution to broken skin. If your cats hair coat is wet, do not apply until it is completely dry.
How does this medication work? Revolution works by disturbing the parasite's nerve transmission. Selamectin is the active ingredient that is effective in paralyzing the parasites nervous system. This medication targets feline heartworms (Dirofilaria immitis) in their immature stage. It is also effective in killing adult fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) and preventing flea eggs from hatching for one month. Ear mites (Otodectes cynotis), roundworms, and hookworm infections in cats can also be effectively controlled and treated with this product if it is used correctly.
What results can I expect? Revolution should kill feline heartworms in their immature stage. It is effective in providing protection from worms that your cat was exposed to in the preceding month. Ear mites can be eliminated with one treatment but a second treatment a month later may be necessary to solve the problem entirely. Your veterinarian will provide you with instructions on how to use Revolution so always follow his/her recommendations. Fleas are generally killed within 36 hours of application but they may linger especially if the pet was already infested with fleas when Revolution was applied.
What Form(s) does Revolution come in? This medication is a topical liquid that is applied to the skin monthly. Each dose is packed individually. Revolution can be purchased in boxes containing a 3-month, 6-month, or 12-month supply that is suitable for your cats weight.
Generic Name: Selamectin (Common Drug Name)
Common Brand Name: Revolution (Pfizer Animal Health)
Uses: Revolution in Cats is preventative medication that is applied once a month. It helps kill heartworms (Dirofilaria immitis) in their immature stage and controls and treats ear mites (Otodectes cynotis). Revolution is also effective in the control and treatment of roundworms and hookworms in cats. Revolution also kills adult fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) and prevents flea eggs from hatching for one month.
by: Only Natural Pet
…Blends Bladder: * Herbal remedy for cats and dogs with bladder issues* Consists of natural, Chinese herbs* Safe and gentle* Naturally supports the process of dissolving urinary crystals* Helps balance bladder dysfunction and discomfort* Sulfur-free* In liquid form for rapid absorption Suggested Use:…Description
Plug up the leaks with Only Natural Pet Chinese Herbal Blends Bladder. This blend of herbal ingredients helps your cat or dog with a number of issues that lead to bladder leakages and urgency issues. Its an affordable, easy way to treat your pets bladder problems without going to the vet or indulging in expensive treatments.
by: Lactated Ringers
…or in the vein (intravenously).* Economical.* Can be used in multiple species including dogs and cats. What Form(s) does Lactated Ringers Electrolyte Replacement Fluid come in It is available as a liquid that is injected either under the skin (subcutaneously) or in the vein (intravenously). Generic…Description
What is Lactated Ringers Electrolyte Replacement Fluid? Lactated Ringers is an injectable liquid that contains sodium, potassium, and other electrolytes. It is used in situations where rehydration is necessary. Examples of this include shock, decreased oral intake of fluid and food, illness such as kidney disease, and other problems. Lactated Ringers is administered as an injection either under the skin (subcutaneously) or in the vein (intravenously) as directed by your veterinarian. This solution can be given at home as necessary and your veterinarian can teach you the proper administration technique.
Formulated for: cats, dogs, and other species including horses and livestock.
How is this medication given? Lactated Ringers is an injectable liquid that can be given under the skin (subcutaneously) or in the vein (intravenously) as prescribed by your veterinarian. Your veterinarian will determine the proper amount of fluid and route administration that is best for your pet so always follow his/her instructions. If you have trouble giving this medication or if you do not understand the directions, contact your veterinarian. If you forget to give a dose, try to give it as soon as you remember but do not give two doses at once. Your veterinarian may instruct you and teach you how to give Lactated Ringers at home. For proper administration, you will also need a fluid drip set and a needle in addition to the bag of fluids. Your veterinarian will let you know what equipment is necessary. In general, Lactated Ringers can be administered as follows:
1. Remove the fluid bag and fluid drip set from their protective packaging.
2. Close the line lock in the middle of the fluid tubing by moving the roller so that it squeezes the tubing. The lock on a new fluid set is usually set to the open position.
3. The top end of the fluid set has a large, pointed end with a protective cap. Remove this cap, but do not allow it to become contaminated. MAKE SURE IT DOES NOT TOUCH ANYTHING.
4. Pull off the covering from the exit port on the bottom end of the fluid bag and push the pointed end of the fluid set into the open hole of the fluid bag. Make sure it is seated firmly or it can leak.
5. Squeeze and release the bulb at the top of the drip set until the bulb chamber is about half full with fluid.
6. Open the line lock and/or roller on the tubing and then hold or suspend the fluid bag. Fill the fluid line with fluid from the bag until it runs the entire length of the tubing. Be sure that all large air bubbles run out of the tubing.
7. After the fluid line has been primed, close the lock and move the roller down.
8. Twist the needle on to the end of the fluid line as clean as possible. Do not contaminate the open end.
9. Insert the needle and deliver fluid as directed by your veterinarian. Your veterinarian can answer any questions you may have regarding the use of Lactated Ringers. This medication should only be given to the pet for which it was prescribed. Needles and drip sets are also available only when prescribed by a veterinarian.
How does this medication work? It works to restore electrolytes (sodium, chloride, potassium, etc.) in situations where there is a loss of fluid. Lactated Ringers rehydrates the body and helps to maintain proper hydration. Hydration is necessary for normal body function. Electrolyte balance is important for certain actions including muscle contraction and nerve activity.
* 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