Advantix spot-on solution is used to treat fleas in dogs.
Advantix contains the active ingredients imidacloprid and permethrin and is available in the following strengths: Advantix Spot-On Solution for dogs up to 4 kg, Advantix Spot-On Solution for dogs of 4 kg up to 10 kg, Advantix Spot-On Solution for dogs of 10 kg up to 25 kg and Advantix Spot-On Solution for dogs of 25 kg and over
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Advantix
Advocate is a spot-on treatment used to control internal and external parasites (fleas and worms) affecting dogs and cats.
One of the active ingredients in Advocate is absorbed through your pet's skin and travels around the body, treating internal parasites such as worms. A second ingredient transfers across the surface of the body and kills surface-living parasites such as fleas.
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Advocate
Aludex Demodectic wash is a prescription-only pet medication used for the treatment of local and generalised demodectic mange and sarcoptic mange in dogs caused by mites.
Aludex 50 g/l Concentrate for cutaneous solution is clear emulsifiable concentrate for dilution and topical application containing 5% w/v amitraz as Amitraz. On dilution with water, Aludex forms an emulsion.
Aludex is used for the treatment of local and generalised demodectic mange and sarcoptic mange in dogs and is intended for external use only. Shake the container/bottle before use.
Repeat treatment at weekly intervals for 2 to 6 weeks. Do not use Aludex simultaneously with other ectoparasiticidal preparations. Wear waterproof gloves, apron and face shield when handling Aludex and wash all protective clothing thoroughly after use, including the inside of gloves.
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is Required for Aludex
What are Antirobe Capsules?
Antirobe is an antibiotic made by Pfizer containing the active drug is Clindamycin.
How does Antirobe work?
Antirobe interferes with the ability of the bacteria to produce certains proteins which are essential for them to survive.
What can Antirobe be used for?
Antirobe is used in both dogs and cats primarily for abscesses, mouth infections and antibiotic cover for dental procedures. Antirobe can also be used to treat bone infections (osteomyelitis). Antirobe can also be used to treat skin infections in dogs.
How is Antirobe administered?
Antirobe is given orally in a capsule. The capsule can be given whole or opened and sprinkled onto food.
Antirobe should not be given to small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs as it can predispose to severe infections in the gut. Vomiting and diarrhoea have been seen after administration. If this happens, discontinue treatment and contact your vet.
Antirobe capsules are available as either
25mg Antirobe Capsules,
75mg Antirobe Capsules,
150mg Antirobe Capsules or
300mg Antirobe Capsules
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is Required for Antirobe Capsules
What is Atopica?
Atopica (or cyclosporine A) is a pet prescription medication that can be prescribed by your vet for the treatment of itchy skin and ear conditions in dogs.
Atopic dermatitis, or atopy in dogs is similar to eczema in people and symptoms are generally first noticed when your dog is between one and three years of age, although in some cases, symptoms may even be noted in puppies. It is thought that as many as 1 in 10 dogs will suffer from atopy with varying degress of severity.
The symptoms of atopy can include itchy ears, chewing of the feet and the legs, an itchy groin, recurrent skin and ear infections. Animals may be affected in one or several regions of the body and the severity of skin disease varies considerably: some dogs become severely affected with widespread skin infections and significant hair loss whilst other dogs may develop mild seasonal skin irritation.
How does Atopica Work?
Atopica specifically targets the immune system cells involved in the allergic response. It contains cyclosporine A, an immunomodulator.
What can Atopica be used for?
Atopica is proven to significantly relieve itchy skin and studies suggest that it is highly effective and improves the quality of life for many dogs. In fact, the vast majority of pet owners would recommend Atopica to a friend. It is generally possible to reduce the dose of atopica as time goes by.
Atopica is only available on prescription and if you suspect your pet is suffering from atopy, it is important that you see your Vet who will be able to diagnose the condition and rule out other causes of skin irritation such as ectoparasites, infection or food allergies.
How is Atopica Administered?
Atopica Capsules are given orally, usually once a day
Atopica is available in the following strengths:
10mg Atopica Capsules,
25mg Atopica Capsules
50mg Atopica Capsules
100mg Atopica Capsules
A Veterinary Prescription is Required for Atopica
What is Baytril?
Baytril Flavour Tablets are light brown round flavoured tablets made by Bayer containing 15mg Enrofloxacin for oral administration to dogs and cats. Baytril Flavour Tablets 50mg and 150mg are light brown to brown slightly marbled round scored flavoured tablets containing 50mg or 150mg enrofloxacin for oral administration to Dogs. Baytril Flavour Tablets are a synthetic broad spectrum antimicrobial substance (antibiotic) belonging to the fluoroquinolone group of antibiotics.
How does Baytril Work?
Baytril is bactericidal in action and effective against many gram positive and gram negative bacteria and mycoplasmas.
What can Baytril be used for?
Baytril Tablets are for use in dogs and cats in the treatment of bacterial infections of the alimentary respiratory and urogenital tracts skin secondary wound infections and otitis externa where clinical experience supported where possible by sensitivity testing of the causal organism indicates enrofloxacin as the drug of choice.
How is Baytril administered?
Baytril is given orally once daily or as a divided dose twice daily for 3 to 10 days with or without food
Baytril Flavour Tablets are available in the following strengths: 15mg Baytril, 50mg Baytril and 150mg Baytril
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Baytril Tablets
What is Caninsulin for dogs?
Caninsulin is a form of intermediate-acting insulin that is derived from pigs. Caninsulin for dogs can be administered to dogs or cats suffering from the condition, diabetes mellitus and acts to lower blood sugar levels. Caninsulin is a POM-V category medicine that is only available with a written pet prescription from your Vet. Online pet pharmacies are only able to supply this medicine upon receipt of the prescription.
How does Caninsulin injection for dogs work?
Canine Insulin treats a condition known as diabetes mellitus. Diabetes is caused by an absolute or relative lack of insulin. This means that the pancreas may be unable to produce sufficient insulin to control blood sugar levels, or that the insulin produced in unable to have any effect upon the body (something known as insulin resistance). Some conditions can make an animal more likely to develop diabetes, for example, pancreatic inflammation or pancreatitis can destroy the ? islet cells within the pancreas, responsible for the production of insulin. Some conditions can cause your pet’s immune system to behave abnormally and cause destruction of the pancreatic cells responsible for insulin production.
In human medicine, when diabetes is caused by reduced insulin production from the pancreas, it is termed type 1 diabetes. In comparison, being over-weight or obese can increase the likelihood that the insulin naturally produced by the pancreas will not work properly and be ineffective – insulin resistance. This form of diabetes is termed type 2 in human patients.
High blood sugar levels cause glucose to leak into the urine and affected animals often: drink excessively, urinate excessively, lose weight, often appear hungrier, especially in the early course of the disease, become more prone to infections, e.g. urinary infections, skin infections. In circumstances where diabetes has been affecting an animal for a prolonged period of time, animals may: develop cateracts (mainly in dogs), develop neurological conditions (mainly in cats), become rapidly ill and stop eating, vomit, become lethargic and depressed or even collapse as they develop a condition known as diabetic ketoacidosis. If your pet starts showing any of these signs, it is essential that you visit your vet in order to rule out many other conditions that may have similar symptoms
What is Caninsulin used for?
The active ingredient in Caninsulin is a purified form of pig insulin, produced by the beta islet of langerhans cells, found within the pig’s pancreas. Dog Insulin triggers an anabolic state in which carbohydrates, proteins and fat is produced. Insulin allows glucose, obtained from food or by the breakdown on protein or glycogen, to be taken up into cells. Glucose is required in relatively higher quantity by the liver, brain and adipose tissue. Diabetes therefore allows glucose to reach higher levels within the blood stream. In diabetic dogs, the action of Caninsulin in blood glucose concentrations, following subcutaneous administration peaks at about 4-8 hours post-injection and lasts for 14-24 hours. In diabetic cats the action of Caninsulin on blood glucose concentrations after subcutaneous administration peaks at about 4-6 hours and lasts for 8-12 hours post-injection.
How is Caninsulin administered?
Caninsulin is given by subcutaneous injection (under the skin). Insulin must be given using the specially designated caninsulin syringes (with red caps). If different syringes are used, the dose of insulin being given to the animal will differ and could potentially cause life-threatening consequences. Caninsulin can also now be delivered using the Vet Pen that makes the process of delivering insulin to your pet simpler and more accurate. It is important that insulin is stored correctly (in the fridge at between 2-8 degrees C) and is only gently agitated (not shaken as this damages the insulin). Dog Insulin should only be given if your dog is eating normally and seems well. If your diabetic dog seems unwell, you should consult a Vet immediately.
Caninsulin is available as a white or nearly-white suspension, in 2.5ml or 10ml vials or as a vet pen.
A Veterinary Prescription is Required for Caninsulin
** PLEASE NOTE - We cannot deliver Caninsulin outside the UK as we cannot guarantee it will stay refrigerated during shipping.
Cefaseptin tablets are used for canine pyoderma caused by the bacteria Staphylococcus intermedius. Canine pyoderma is a common skin infection in dogs and can cause inflammation in and around the hair follicle, hair loss and itching in some cases.
Cefaseptin contains the active ingredient Cefalexin
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Cefaseptin
Cephacare Tablets are a semi-synthetic bactericidal antibiotic which is is active against a wide range of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria in cats and dogs
Cephacare contains the active ingredient Cefalexin and is availabe in the following strengths: 50mg Cephacare, 250mg Cephacare and 500mg Cephacare
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Cephacare
Cephorum Tablets are a broad-spectrum cephalosporin antibiotic with bactericidal activity against a wide range of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria in dogs.
Cephorum contains the active ingredient Cefalexin and is available in the following strengths: 250mg Cephorum and 500mg Cephorum
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Cephorum
What are Cerenia travel sickness tablets for dogs?
Cerenia tablets are used to treat vomiting in dogs and prevent travel sickness. Cerenia dog tablets are POM-V (prescription only medicine) category medicines and as such can only be dispensed upon receipt of a valid vet prescription. Cerenia contains the active ingredient, Maropitant.
How do Cerenia tablets work?
Cerenia tablets work in the brain as an antagonist of substance P at the NK1 receptor and is effectie against vomiting caused by central and peripheral stimuli. Cerenia tablets are often used in the clinic in cases where other medicines such as metoclopramide or emeprid have not been effective. Cerenia can be injected (although this can sometimes be a little uncomfortable for the patient) or given as oral tablets.
When are Cerenia tablets given?
Cerenia can be given when dogs start vomiting for a number of reasons. The majority of the time, dogs start vomiting when they eat material they find on walks. This vomiting is often short-lived and cerenia can help get the dog better, faster. Cerenia can also be given in cases of pancreatitis, gastritis, infection (e.g. parvoviral infection or pyometra) or at the same time as cancer chemotherapy to reduce occurrence of vomiting. Cerenia is given at a dose rate of 1mg/kg if injected subcutaneously, 2mg/kg if given orally or 8mg/kg for the treatment of travel sickness. Very occasionally, cerenia can cause transient vomiting when given at the higher dose rate. This can be overcome by administering the medicine with a light meal.
Cerenia is available in the following strengths:
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is Required for Cerenia
Clavaseptin Tablets are used for the treatment or adjunctive treatment of periodontal infections in dogs and cats caused by bacteria susceptible to amoxicillin in combination with clavulanic acid
Clavaseptin contains the active ingredients Amoxicillin and Clavulanic acid and is available in the following strengths: 50mg Clavaseptin, 250mg Clavaseptin and 500mg Clavaseptin
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Clavaseptin
Clindacyl is used for the treatment of infected wounds abscesses, superficial pyoderma and oral cavity/dental infections
Clindacyl contains the active ingredient Clindamycin and is available in the following strengths: 25mg Clindacyl, 75mg Clindacyl, 150mg Clindacyl and 300mg Clindacyl
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Clindacyl
Clomicalm is used as an aid in the treatment of separation-related disorders in dogs manifested by destruction and inappropriate defecation and urination
Clomicalm contains the active ingredient Clomipramine hydrochloride and is available in the following strengths: 5mg Clomicalm, 20mg Clomicalm and 80mg Clomicalm
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Clomicalm
Comfortis flea tablets have revolutionised flea prevention in dogs. Traditionally, flea prevention in dogs is achieved by using shampoos and washes, sprays, flea collars and spot-on formulations. The problem with these topical products is that many dogs are resistant to being bathed and do not like having spot-on liquids applied to their skin. Additionally, many shampoos, washes and sprays do not have long durations of action allowing fleas from the environment to re-infest the dog.
Comfortis tablets for dogs are designed for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations. Comfortis has been available for many years in Australia and in the USA but has only recently been licensed in the UK. The beauty of medicating dogs with Comfortis is that owners no longer need to spend hours contending with messy baths or topical medications. With the addition of this tablet into the dog's food, fleas are killed for up to 4 weeks. This also means that dogs can go swimming immediately following application and be bathed with other medicated or non-medicated shampoos without the fear of washing the flea treatment away.
Comfortis tablets should always be given with food.
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Comfortis Flea Tablets
Cortavance is cutaneous spray solution for symptomatic treatment of inflammatory and pruritic dermatoses in dogs
Cortavance contains the active ingredient Hydrocortisone aceponate and is available in the following strengths: 76ml Cortavance Spray
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Cortavance
What is Bisolvon power
Bisolvon power contains the active ingredient bromhexine hydrochloride. Bisolvon sachets are used as an aid to the treatment of respiratory disease in cattle, pigs, dogs and cats where mucus is a complicating factor. Bisolvon is a prescription-only medication and as such may only be obtained upon receipt of a valid Vet Prescription.
How do Bisolvon sachets work?
Bisolvon is known as a mucolytic. This medication causes the thick mucous that may develop during the course of respiratory disease to break down into a thinner phlegm that can subsequently be coughed up.
What are the symptoms of lung disease in animals?
Respiratory disease in dogs can present in a number of different ways. Sometimes dogs will cough or show increased respiratory rate and effort. Some will appear to use their tummy as bellows in order to meet their oxygen demands. Affected dogs may seem more lethargic or depressed and may tire more easily. Cats respond to respiratory disease slightly differently. Cats are less likely to cough than dogs and often only display overt signs of respiratory compromise later in the course of the disease. Signs to look out for are increased breathing rates, increased breathing effort and open-mouthed breathing. Cats that pant or breathe through their mouth are often suffering from some degree of respiratory embarrassment and veterinary attention should be sought immediately.
How does Bisolvon powder help with respiratory disease in animals?
Bisolvon helps with wheezes and rattles in the chest by clearing the bronchioles of thick mucous, allowing the phlegm to be coughed up and swallowed.
Bisolvon is available as 5g sachets for dogs, cats, pigs and cows.
A Veterinary Prescription is Required for Bisolvon
What is Benazecare?
Benazecare Tablets are pale yellow film-coated divisible oval tablets manufactured by Animalcare. Each Benazecare tablet contains either 5mg or 20mg benazepril hydrochloride.
How do Benazecare Tablets work?
After oral administration Benazecare is rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and hydrolysed into benazeprilat a highly specific and potent inhibitor of angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE). Benazeprilat produces significant inhibition of plasma ACE activity for more than 24 hours after a single dose in both dogs and cats. Inhibition of ACE leads to a reduced conversion of inactive angiotensin I into angiotensin II and therefore reduction in the effects mediated by angiotensin II including vasoconstriction of both arteries and veins retention of sodium and water by the kidney and remodelling effects (including pathological cardiac hypertrophy and degenerative renal changes).
What is Benazecare used for?
Benazecare Tablets are indicated for the treatment of congestive heart failure in dogs and the treatment of chronic renal insufficiency in cats. In dogs with heart failure Benazecare lowers the blood pressure and volume loading effect on the heart. In cats with renal insufficiency Benazecare reduces the protein loss in urine and normalises the elevated glomerular capillary pressure and reduces systemic blood pressure. Reduction in glomerular hypertension retards the progression of kidney disease by inhibition of further damage to the kidneys. Benazecare has been shown to increase the appetite quality of life and the survival time of cats particularly in advanced disease.
How is Benazecare administered?
In both dogs and cats, Benazecare should be given orally once daily with or without food. The duration of treatment is unlimited
Benazecare is available in strengths of 5mg Benazecare for Cats & Dogs and 20mg Benazecare for Dogs
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is Required for Benazecare
Cardisure (Pimobendan) is available in capsule and palatable tablet form and in the following strengths: 1.25mg Cardisure, 2.5mg Cardisure, 5mg Cardisure & Cardisure 10mg.
Cardisure is a drug that is often prescribed for dogs to treat a range of heart conditions and is associated with significantly improved survival times.
How Does Cardisure Work?
Cardisure opens up, or dilates the blood vessels that carry blood to and from the heart. This means that the heart doesn't have to work quite as hard to supply the body with oxygen. Cardisure also improves the ability of your dog's heart to act as a pump and improves the contractility of the heart muscle.
How will Cardisure Help my Dog?
Cardisure can help reduce the signs of heart failure, lead to a less tired and more active dog and significantly increase the lifespan of dogs in congestive heart failure. Owners generally report that their dog's quality of live dramatically improves following treatment with Cardisure. A recent global trial called QUEST showed how Cardisure can help prolong the life of dogs suffering from heart failure relating to underlying mitral valve disease. Another study documented the way in which Cardisure can prolong the life of Dobermans, suffering from dilated hearts (or DCM).
Are there any side effects that my dog might experience whilst taking Cardisure?
Cardisure is generally tolerated extremely well. On rare occasions, gastrointestinal side-effects may be seen such as vomiting or diarrhoea. If this happens or you are concerned about your dog for any reason, please contact your vet for advice. Cardisure is used for the treatment of canine congestive heart failure originating from dilated cardiomyopathy or valvular insufficiency (mitral and/or tricuspid regurgitation).
When Cardisure is used in cases of valvular insufficiency in conjunction with frusemide the product has been shown to improve the quality of life and extend life expectancy in treated dogs.
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is Required for Cardisure
What is Canaural?
Canaural is a yellow oily suspension containing 2 antibiotics; Diethanolamine fusidate, Framycetin sulphate, an anti-fungal agent; Nystatin and an anti-inflammatory agent; Prednisolone
How does Canaural work?
Canaural is effective against the micro-organisms commonly associated with otitis externa (inflammation of the ear) including the ear mite Otodectes cynotis
What can Canaural be used for?
Canaural is specifically formulated for the treatment of otitis externa in Dogs and Cats.
How is Canaural administered?
Canaural Drops are applied twice a day the affected ear (or according to your Vet's instructions) usually for a minimum of 7 days.
Canaural Drops are available as 15ml Canaural and 25ml Canaural Bottles
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is Required for Canaural Ear Drops
What are Corvental D capsules?
Corvental D contains a medicine called theophylline. Corvental D is available as 100 mg, 200 mg or 500 mg capsules. Corvental is often used for the treatment of bronchitis and congestive heart failure in the dog. This medicine is only available on prescription, issued by your vet. This prescription will need to be examined by the online pet pharmacy prior to dispatch of the medication.
What are Corvental D tablets used for?
Corvental capsules are prescribed for the treatment of congestive heart failure and for chronic bronchitis in dogs. Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart begins to fail and fluid can then start to accumulate inside the chest or within the abdomen. Common symptoms include reluctance to exercise, lethargy and depression, increased breathing effort and rate, coughing and occasional episodes of collapse or fainting. When your dog is examined by the vet, they may notice an increased heart rate, a heart murmur, pale gums and weak pulses. Other diagnostic tests such as blood tests, chest XRAYs, ECG and ultrasound scan of the heart may need to be performed. The other main condition that corvental D is often prescribed for is chronic bronchitis. This condition typically affects older dogs. Often, affected animals will cough and can show increased respiratory effort due to inflammed and constricted airways. Corvental for dogs causes the airways to dilate and relax (bronchodilation) and often leads to an immediate improvement in breathing.
How is Corvental D given?
Corvental D is available in capsule form. The capsules are coloured according to the strenth of the tablet. The following strengths are available:
What is Benefortin?
Benefortin are brownish oval tablets manufactured by Boehringer Ingleheim. Each Benefortin tablet contains either 2.5mg, 5mg or 20 mg benazepril hydrochloride.
How does Benefortin work?
After oral administration Benefortin is rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and hydrolysed into benazeprilat a highly specific and potent inhibitor of angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE). Benazeprilat produces significant inhibition of plasma ACE activity for more than 24 hours after a single dose in both dogs and cats. Inhibition of ACE leads to a reduced conversion of inactive angiotensin I into angiotensin II and therefore reduction in the effects mediated by angiotensin II including vasoconstriction of both arteries and veins retention of sodium and water by the kidney and remodelling effects (including pathological cardiac hypertrophy and degenerative renal changes).
What is Benefortin used for?
Benefortin is indicated for the treatment of congestive heart failure in dogs and the treatment of chronic renal insufficiency in cats. In dogs with heart failure Benefortin lowers the blood pressure and volume loading effect on the heart. In cats with renal insufficiency Benefortin reduces the protein loss in urine and normalises the elevated glomerular capillary pressure and reduces systemic blood pressure. Reduction in glomerular hypertension retards the progression of kidney disease by inhibition of further damage to the kidneys. Benefortin has been shown to increase the appetite quality of life and the survival time of cats particularly in advanced disease.
How is Benefortin administered?
In both dogs and cats, Benefortin should be given orally once daily with or without food. The duration of treatment is unlimited
Benefortin is available in strengths of 2.5mg, 5mg and 20mg
A Veterinary Prescription is Required for Benefortin
What are Cardalis tablets for dogs?
Cardalis for Dogs is a new treatment for congestive heart failure and combines the diuretic Spironolactone with the ACE inhibitor Benazeapril. Cardalis is available in strengths of 2.5mg/20mg, 5mg/40mg and 10mg/80mg.Cardalis has been classified as a prescription-only medication or POM-V and as such is only available on prescription.
How do Cardalis Pills work?
Cardalis tablets are a newly developed medication, indicated for dogs suffering with congestive heart failure. Cardalis contains a medicine called spironolactone. This drug is known as a diuretic ( a potassium-sparing diuretic) and can be helpful in reducing fluid build-up. However, it has been found that another, possibly more important property is that it spironolactone can help to prevent the scarring of heart tissue that can occur as the heart changes in structure (myocardial fibrosis), as often happens in cases of heart failure. Scarring or fibrosis can lead to an abnormal conduction of electrical impulses through the heart which may result in arrhythmias or abnormal heart rhythms. Benazepril, the other medicine present in cardalis, is known as an ACE-inhibitor (angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor). This medicine is designed to reduce the re-absorption of fluid by the kidneys, a pathway that adds to the fluid accumulation in cases of congestive heart failure.
What are the symptoms of heart failure in dogs?
In cases of congestive heart failure, dogs accumulate fluid within the lung tissue (pulmonary oedema) or within body cavities (pleural effusion or ascites). Dogs generally either suffer from either pulmonary oedema (forward or left sided failure) or with ascites (fluid accumulating within the abdomen - known as right sided or backward failure). The type of fluid that accumulates will depend upon the underlying heart disease. General signs of heart failure include a reluctance to exercise, breathlessness, increased respiratory rate, pale gums and occasionally a moist cough or bloated abdomen. As the majority of these symptoms are fairly non-specific, it is essential that you seek diagnosis from a qualified veterinary surgeon.
A Veterinary Prescription is needed before we can dispense Cardalis
Carprodyl F Tablets are used for analgesia (pain relief) and reduction of inflammation caused by musculo-skeletal disorders and degenerative joint disease of the dog, such as arthritis
The active ingredient in Carprodyl F is Carprofen
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Carprodyl F
Carprieve is a POM-V medication (Prescription only medicine) used for the reduction of inflammation and pain caused by musculoskeletal disorders and degenerative joint disease in Dogs.
Carprieve is also used as a follow-up to parenteral analgesia in the management of post-operative pain.
Carprieve dosage and administration - Oral administration: 4 mg Carprieve per kg bodyweight per day. An initial dose of 4 mg Carprieve per kg bodyweight per day given as a single daily dose. The analgesic effect from each dose persists for at least 12 hours. The daily dose may be reduced, subject to clinical response.
Duration of treatment with Carprieve will be dependant upon the response seen. Long term treatment should be under regular veterinary supervision. To extend analgesic and anti-inflammatory cover post-operatively parenteral pre-operative treatment with an injectable carprofen may be followed with Carprieve tablets at 4 mg/kg/day for 5 days. Do not exceed the stated dose for Carprieve.
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Carprieve
Certifect spot on for dogs is used for the treatment and prevention of infestations in dogs by ticks and fleas.
Certifect contains the active ingredients Fipronil and Amitraz and is available in the following strengths: Certifect for Dogs 2-10 kg, Certifect for Dogs 10-20 kg, Certifect for Dogs 20-40 kg and Certifect for Dogs 40-60 kg
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Certifect
Activyl is used in the treatment and prevention of flea infestation in cats and dogs and will also kill developing fleas in your pet's surroundings
Activyl contains the active ingredient indoxacarb and is available in the following strengths: Activyl spot-on solution for very small dogs, Activyl spot-on solution for small dogs, Activyl spot-on solution for medium dogs, Activyl spot-on solution for large dogs, Activyl spot-on solution for extra large dogs, Activyl spot-on solution for small cats and Activyl spot-on solution for large cats
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Activyl
Canidryl is a "grilled meat" flavoured tablet used in the reduction of inflammation and pain caused by musculo-skeletal disorders and degenerative joint disease and as a follow up to parenteral analgesia in the management of post-operative pain for soft tissue surgery
Canidryl contains the active ingredient Carprofen and is available in the following strengths: 20mg Canidryl, 50mg Canidryl and 100mg Canidryl
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Canidryl
Apoquel Tablets for dogs is a brand new medication used for the treatment of acute and chronic pruritus (itching) in dogs.
What are Apoquel Tablets?
Apoquel provides rapid relief of pruritus (itching) in dogs associated with allergic dermatitis and provides control of atopic dermatitis in dogs at least 12 months of age. Unlike common therapies such as steroids, cyclosporines or antihistamines, Apoquel is the only treatment specifically designed to go straight to the source of the itch.
Who are Apoquel Tablets for?
Apoquel is for dogs older than 12 months of age
Why use Apoquel Tablets?
- Apoquel reduces inflammation in the skin similar to glucocorticoids
- Apoquel reliefs itch caused by flea allergy, food allergy, contact allergy and atopic dermatitis in dogs.
- Apoquel targets the cause of the itch, it has minimal effect on other parts of the dog's body
How do Apoquel Tablets work?
- Apoquel starts to relieve the itch within 4 hours, comparable to steroids.
- Apoquel effectively controls the itch within 24 hours
- Apoquel relieves itch in the long term.
Active ingredient: Apoquel tablets contain 3.6 mg, 5.4 mg, or 16 mg of oclacitinib as oclacitinib maleate per tablet. Each tablet is scored and marked with AQ and either an S, M, or L that correspond to the different tablet strengths on both sides.
What are the side effects of Apoquel Tablets?
In most cases, diarrhea, vomiting, anorexia, and lethargy spontaneously resolved with continued dosing.
What special precautions are there?
Apoquel is not for use in dogs with serious infections. Apoquel may increase susceptibility to infection, including demodicosis, and exacerbate neoplastic conditions. Apoquel is not for use in breeding dogs, or pregnant or lactating bitches. The use of Apoquel has not been evaluated in combination with glucocorticoids, cyclosporine, or other systemic immunosuppressive agents. Dogs receiving Apoquel should be monitored for the development of infections, including demodicosis, and neoplasia.
A Veterinary Pet Prescription is required for Apoquel