medicines

Why did the vet prescribe grapiprant?
Dogs
Why did the vet prescribe grapiprant?
Thankfully, the world of pain relief for our pets has come on leaps and bounds in recent years. With newer drugs and improved access to complementary treatments, such as physiotherapy and hydrotherapy, dogs with osteoart…
September 22, 2021 • 62 shares
Why did the vet prescribe gabapentin?
Medicines
Why did the vet prescribe gabapentin?
Gabapentin is a drug used in human medicine to treat epilepsy, nerve pain and, less commonly, migraines. So you may be wondering why your vet has prescribed gabapentin for your dog or cat! It’s not uncommon to come away…
August 30, 2021 • 128 shares
Can you give human medicines to your pet?
Medicines
Can you give human medicines to your pet?
While some human medications can be used in pets, others can be very toxic. Unfortunately, it is often assumed that medications that can be bought over the counter for human treatment will also be safe for animals. Meani…
December 13, 2020
Can dogs and cats get stomach ulcers?
Common Conditions
Can dogs and cats get stomach ulcers?
Like humans, dogs and cats can suffer from stomach ulcers. There are many causes of stomach ulcers in dogs and cats, we will discuss these below. Keep reading below as we will explain the causes of stomach ulcers in dogs…
December 3, 2020 • 48 shares
Can I get a prescription for my pet's medicine?
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Can I get a prescription for my pet's medicine?
Vets have been one stop shops in the UK for many years. Your pet is examined and your medication dispensed immediately. In acute illness or emergency situations this is ideal as you can start treatment immediately. When…
October 29, 2020 • 21 shares • 12 comments
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 • 34 shares
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