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Why did my vet prescribe… charcoal?
Why did the vet prescribe…
Why did my vet prescribe… charcoal?
Activated charcoal is usually prescribed when your dog or cat has eaten something toxic. Being curious creatures our pets tend to explore everything in their environment. As they sniff, lick and nibble things sometimes t…
November 7, 2020 • 28 shares
Why did the vet prescribe water tablets?
Why did the vet prescribe…
Why did the vet prescribe water tablets?
Diuretics are medicines used to treat fluid retention. Your pet’s kidneys manage fluid levels in their body. If their body is dehydrated, the kidney reabsorbs water preserving as much as possible. If blood volume and blo…
October 24, 2020 • 20 shares
Why did the vet prescribe steroids?
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Why did the vet prescribe steroids?
If your dog or cat has been prescribed steroids you might be wondering what they are and what they do. Steroids are one of the most commonly used medications in veterinary medicine, and they have a large range of uses.&n…
October 3, 2020 • 33 shares
Why did the vet prescribe… antibiotics?
Why did the vet prescribe…
Why did the vet prescribe… antibiotics?
If there’s one thing that can make a vet cringe, it’s not blood, guts or abscesses. It’s the misunderstanding and confusion surrounding antibiotics. Antibiotics are one of the most common prescriptions we make, with the…
August 28, 2020 • 46 shares
Why do vets put animals on drips?
Why did the vet prescribe…
Why do vets put animals on drips?
Drips, it has to be said, can seem scary. They're clear bags full of liquid. There are different mixtures of liquid for different occasions, as advertised on the side of the bag. The liquid runs through a tube, down a ne…
July 23, 2020 • 48 shares
Why Did the Vet Prescribe Pimobendan?
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Why Did the Vet Prescribe Pimobendan?
For many owners, getting a diagnosis for their pet, and being given all the medications they need, is a bit of a whirlwind. And often you get home and realise you have unanswered questions or you’ve forgotten what was sa…
June 5, 2020 • 47 shares • 4 comments
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