L-Asparaginase Cancer Medication

L-Asparaginase  L-Asparaginase is a chemotherapy drug that’s used in veterinary medicine to help treat cats and dogs that are suffering from certain types of cancers known to affect the immune system, but predominantly in the treatment of lymphoma. Although L-Asparaginase is used for treating both cats and dogs, it is most commonly associated with treatment […]

Tylosin For Dogs and Cats

Tylosin  Tylosin is a macrolide-class broad spectrum antibiotic that’s used in veterinary medicine to treat felines, canines and livestock. However, the drug is only used as an antibiotic in the treatment of infections in livestock. In cats, dogs, and other smaller animals, it is used predominantly for its anti-inflammatory properties to treat inflammatory conditions in […]

Ketoconazole For Veterinary Use

Ketoconazole Ketoconazole is an antifungal medication that is effective against fungal or yeast infections. It is not effective against other types of infections caused by viruses, bacteria or parasites. Veterinary Uses for Ketoconazole Ketoconazole is most commonly prescribed for ringworm, fungal ear infections, or skin infections. Veterinarians also prescribe this antifungal for the treatment of […]

Chloramphenicol Medication For Pets

Chloramphenicol Chloramphenicol is a broad-range antibiotic used in veterinary medicine to treat bacterial infections in dogs and cats. This drug is also effective against some single-celled pathogenic organisms. Infections Treated With Chloramphenicol Chloramphenicol is only effective against bacterial infections, not infections caused by parasites, mites, viruses or fungi. It is typically used by veterinarians to […]

Elspar For Dogs and Cats

Elspar®  Elspar® is a brand name for the cancer-fighting chemotherapy drug, L-Asparaginase. The form of asparaginase used in Elspar® is derived from E. Coli bacteria, and it is used as part of a wider treatment platform for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, mast cell tumors, and other immune system-attacking cancers. Elspar® is not currently FDA-approved for use […]