Vetster option 02 (Blog)

Medicines

What is the Vet Protect-Me scheme?
Life as vet - what its like
What is the Vet Protect-Me scheme?
Antibiotic stewardship and the responsible use of antibiotics has never been more important! Antibiotics are prescribed globally in both the human and Veterinary field to target infections. The Vet ‘Protect-Me’ scheme he…
May 17, 2022 • 23 shares
Why did the vet prescribe spironolactone?
Medicines
Why did the vet prescribe spironolactone?
Spironolactone is a mild diuretic that can be used to manage different conditions from heart failure to hepatic failure, hyperaldosteronism, hypertension and kidney disease. It’s a very useful drug… but there are loads o…
May 3, 2022 • 58 shares
Why did the vet prescribe phenobarbital?
Medicines
Why did the vet prescribe phenobarbital?
If your pet has been prescribed something called phenobarbital, you might want a bit more information on what this drug is and how it will help your pet. Read on to find out more!…
April 28, 2022 • 47 shares
Should I reuse leftover Pet Medication?
Medicines
Should I reuse leftover Pet Medication?
It is common practice to ensure that your pet is examined by a veterinary surgeon on a regular basis. These check-ups are vital to ensure that your pet is as happy and healthy as possible. However, should there be any he…
April 8, 2022 • 70 shares
Is chemotherapy cruel in cats?
Animal Welfare
Is chemotherapy cruel in cats?
Cancer affects animals as well as people, but sometimes treatment options are available which can help. Depending on the type of cancer your cat is suffering from, they may be able to receive chemotherapy. If this is som…
April 7, 2022 • 34 shares
Do painkillers shorten a cat’s life?
Cats
Do painkillers shorten a cat’s life?
Animals can experience pain, just as humans do, with an endless list of causes. Obviously, we want to be able to manage this pain, and we can do so with painkillers. However, with some conditions, these may be needed for…
March 31, 2022 • 65 shares
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