Pet Medicines To Keep At Hand For Your Pets

Pet Medicines To Keep At Hand

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Veterinarians have to deal with many emergency calls a late night. However, the good news is that most of these calls are not due to immediate emergency but simple advice calls. Around 80 percent of these calls do not require a vet visit and end in simple aspirin advice.

For this reason, it is important for pet owners to be aware of the simple problems and their simple solution. Many pet owners do not invest in medication until their vet prescribes it to them; this thought is wrong. It is important that you get certain medications that do not require vet prescription so that you do not have to spend hundreds of dollars for a simple flea removal problem or stress in your pet.

Mentioned below are top pet medicines that you must have at your house cabinet as a pet parent and their functions.

1. Nexgard

NexGard is a medication that comes in four different sizes. It is a chewable medicine that has beef-flavored added to it, making it easy for oral administration for your pet. The key ingredient in this medicine is afoxolaner, and this helps in killing all adult fleas that may be annoying your dog. Moreover, this medicine also prevents flea infestation and treats ticks.

NexGard helps in controlling of black-legged ticks, American Dog ticks brown dog tick and lone star tick infestation in your puppy and dog of age 8 weeks or over. The medication is given once a month making it a good drug to invest in. This product can be fed to your pet with or without food and is ideal for areas where fleas are common all year round.

2. Nuheart Heartworm Tablets

Nuheart is a medication used for preventing heartworm disease. This is a monthly used tablet and is the generic version of Heartgard tablets due to which this is not chewable. These tablets are flavored and taste like meat which is why dogs are very happy to eat it.

For difficult dogs that are fussy when it comes to food, Nuheart tablets can be dissolved in water and then get mixed with your pet’s food; this makes the medication taste natural and is very delicious as well. Nuheart is given orally once a month and is used for prevention of heartworm diseases. However, avoid using this on puppies who are under 6 weeks of age.

3. Advantage

This is a once in a month topical medication used for the treatment of fleas on cats and kittens. It can work on dogs and puppies too. This medication has the ability to kill 100% fleas on your pet within a span of 12 hours. However, it is advised to use this on cats over 8 weeks of age and dogs over 7 weeks of age.

Also, you must invest in the pack that suits the weight of your dog in order for this medicine to be fully effective. Just place the tip of the applicator on to your animal’s hair on their skin level; for cats apply for this medicine on the skin around their neck or on the base of their skull. For dogs who are over 20 lbs or more, this medicine should be placed on their shoulder blade as it is the most effective here.

4. Comfortis Chewable Tablets

Comfortis is a chewable tablet that also kills fleas and removes flea infestation from your dog and cats. For maximum effectiveness, this medication can be given to your pet with food. You can place this medication at the back of your pet’s tongue and encourage them to swallow.

This drug must be taken a month before flea season becomes active so that fleas remain away from your pet.

5. Flovent Inhaler

This is a medication used for the treatment of asthma. It is a controlling medication that works with your pet’s lungs to make it easier for them to breath. This also reduces swelling and inflammation in your pet’s airways.

You can make use of this medication by preventing shortness of breath and wheezing caused by asthma and bronchitis. Make sure you follow the directions this medication comes with in order for safe and effective use.

6. Previcox

Previcox is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is used to control pain and inflammation in dogs. You can give your dog this drug once a day in order to provide therapeutic pain relief within 24 hours of treatment. This medication provides immediate relief to your pet making it an important medication to keep.

7. Program

Program Tabs is another medication that helps in preventing flea eggs and larvae from being developed. This medication helps in breaking the life cycle for fleas and even wipes out the entire flea eggs and population. This drug can be given once a month.

The program does not kill any adult flea, but you can make use of this drug with CAPSTAR to completely eradicate fleas and their eggs. This medicine is not a flavored tablet, and so you can make use of Program suspension in order to mix this drug with your pet's food.

This medication must be given with a small quantity of pet food before the rest of your meal. It must be administered on a full stomach. Since Program Suspension is a liquid form of this drug, it can get mixed with wet food with ease.

Conclusion

Apart from the basic medications mentioned above, you can also keep Interceptor-Spectrum, Revolution, Heartgard Plus, K9 Advantix and Interceptor. You can easily obtain access to these medications with any vet prescription; these basic medications are a must for pet parents as it helps them deal with small issues before they become too fatal for your pet.

Make sure to look after your pet and be aware of the sign and symptoms of common pet problems.

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