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Pill >> for Dog ? PT20 ( Prednisone ?)
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    K9cop is offline New Member
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    Default Pill >> for Dog ? PT20 ( Prednisone ?)

    Looking for some help identifying a pill giving to a dog . The Pill >> is PT20 with an identifier on the back that looks like a picture of a capsule divided in half with a line. The left side is a larger half of a capsule and the right side is smaller. Both halves have a line coming off of it. We have looked at PDR's and called almost all of the Drug Makers and poison control.... Nobody has been able to >> this pill ....

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    zippysgoddess is offline Platinum Member
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    Have you tried contacting a vet and asking them? That would probably be your best bet, if it is a veterinary drug, some of them are the same and made by the same companies that humans use, but some aren't.



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    did you ever discover what pill this was. according to our vet it is 20 mg. of prednisone - we are giving it to our do. her other prednisone tab looked nothing like this and it worried me.

    quote:Originally posted by K9cop

    Looking for some help identifying a pill giving to a dog . The Pill >> is PT20 with an identifier on the back that looks like a picture of a capsule divided in half with a line. The left side is a larger half of a capsule and the right side is smaller. Both halves have a line coming off of it. We have looked at PDR's and called almost all of the Drug Makers and poison control.... Nobody has been able to >> this pill ....

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    zippysgoddess is offline Platinum Member
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    If I were you, I would not worry. There are many companies that make generic versions of drugs. Your vet probably tries to go with the cheapest since most pet owners do not have pet insurance, and thus have to pay out of pocket for their furbabies meds.



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