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Our Tip of the Day:
Just as human medications can be toxic to cats and dogs, it is also possible for our furbabies to become ill from veterinary medications designed for consumption by animals. This can be the case when an animal consumes a medication it does not require, or if given a medication at an improper dosage and/or with improper frequency. Be especially cognizant when giving your furbaby prescription medications such as steroids (such as prednisolone and prednisone), NSAIDs (such as meloxicam), anti-anxiety or sedative drugs (such as fluoxetine or alprazolam), cardiac medication (such as enalapril and atenolol), and thyroid medication (such as methimazole). To ensure the safety of your furbaby, check drug labels and consult your veterinarian with any questions.