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Posted 26 Sep 2014 by Healthyone6 • 11 answers
My dog was recently stung by a bee and the veterinarian prescribed a small dose of Tramadol for at least a week for pain. Currently he doesn't show that he's in any pain but I have given him the medicine (today is the 2nd dose of 1/4 tablet.) Is it safe/necessary to continue giving him ...
Posted 1 Jun 2014 by ScreamingTut • 6 answers
Lots of cats and dogs are dying from the use of the Flea and Tick Stuff. My friends family cat was given this by the Vet and after they got home the cat went into seizures. get the company who makes this product take it off the market please. I bet you would not like to see your cat or dog shaking ...
Posted 23 Feb 2014 by fingrediculous1 • 2 answers
My dog was given clavamox,the vet changed her mind and gave her Doxycycline.Can the clavamox be taken by any of us?
Posted 31 May 2015 by katie lea • 1 answer
My cat spent overnight at the Vet clinic for a urinary blockage. When he was released, he was prescribed two medications. Metacam and Prazosin. I have been able to find info on Metacam but nothing for Prazosin. I would really like to know what I am giving this to my cat and why. I know I should ...
Posted 2 days 2 hours ago by Awoodward42311 • 1 answer
My dog has been suffering from yeast infections in his ear for quite sometime. The vet prescribed Gentizol ointment and it helps a little. I went to order some more online with it being cheaper but noticed they have it in drop form. Does it have a differently effect being in liquid form being that ...
Posted 29 Oct 2016 by healthy Christina • 0 answers
She has diarrhea and earlier this week the vet had me give her 18# brother 1/2 tsp. every couple of hours until it cleared up and next week I'm supposed to get a deworming and flea solution to put on their backs. They are inside kitties and big so normal flea treatment at the back of the neck ...
Urinary Tract Stones - Is this medication (tamsulosin hcl 0.4 mg) safe for pets? My Jack Russell is?
Posted 14 Oct 2016 by adrnas • 1 answer
... in a very bad way and has been now for 3-4 months. I am unemployed and my husband is on disability for heart failure so needless to say, financially we are not able to pay for veterinarian for anything. Surgery is out of the question for this reason. It is breaking my heart seeing him in so ...
Posted 21 Oct 2016 by Sherri Walelu • 0 answers
laying hens. I was under the impression that we could start consuming the eggs 21 days after the last dose ? In reading other articles I have read where you can't eat the eggs AT ALL after medicating. ?? PLEASE ADVISE !!! The instructions on the packaging wasn't very helpful in answering ...
Posted 24 Sep 2016 by TyAlisha • 0 answers
I have a chinchilla and he has an ear infection. I saved tresaderm drops from 2 years ago I got at the vet and they just expired a year ago. Are they still safe to put in his ear?
Posted 14 Sep 2016 by n5yot • 1 answer
My vet recommended the following: Tramadol (2 pills, 3 times a day, 50 MG) yesterday AND Rimadyl (75 MG) twice a day Some other Lab owners say this is TOO high of a dosage for pain
Posted 24 Aug 2016 by bb1960 • 1 answer
Posted 5 Jul 2016 by Pamela75 • 3 answers
... him for four days and found he was really injured. We don't know what happened. He has a horrible bruise along his spine. The vet prescribed tramadol. Quarter of a tablet. I was very nervous to give this. I followed a vets intrusctuons re: medication for my cat and the medication was ...
Posted 5 Jul 2016 by FairyLady8814 • 2 answers
I have found a acetaminophen under my stove. I know it's for pain. I was wanting to know can this be given to a pet for pain also. Back in May I had to take my dog to the Vet due to him being sick. I remember the doctor giving me some medicine to give him for pain. Can not remember if I ...
Posted 21 Feb 2016 by basqueo5 • 2 answers
it was prescribed to him for after a surgery, as pain relief. 2 tablets three x a day for 3 days. I guess what i'm asking is does this seem like a good idea. I wanted a second opinion.
Posted 2 Jun 2016 by Becky Mason • 2 answers