Azithromycin For Veterinary Use

Azithromycin is a semi-synthetic macrolide antibiotic derived from erythromycin. It is most commonly used in veterinary medicine to treat certain bacterial infections. Azithromycin is a more popular choice than erythromycin in the treatment of dogs and cats because it has a longer half-life and is better absorbed by both species.… Read More

Idoxuridine For Cats

Idoxuridine is a topical antiviral cytotoxic agent that is prescribed to treat cats afflicted with corneal or conjunctival diseases attributed to feline herpes virus. This drug is not typically used in dogs, as canine herpes virus is not a commonly occurring eye disease. Pharmacology of Idoxuridine Idoxuridine was one of… Read More

Transdermal Gel For Cats

Cats make wonderful pets, as you probably already know. They’re really entertaining to watch, they keep your home free of would-be household pests, and they’re cuddly (when they want to be). But for all their many charms, they’re not always the most cooperative animals in the world, especially when it… Read More

Diamond Tabs, Diamond Chews, and Diamond Melts

Diamondback Drugs: Pet Medications Made Easy Anyone who has ever had to administer medication to a pet knows that it can be a process that is easier said than done. Animals can be pretty particular in their tastes, and most draw the line at strange-tasting and unfamiliar substances such as… Read More