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Triple Antibiotic Ointment is a combination of three antibiotics for cats and dogs: Bacitracin, neomycin, and polymyxin B. It is used as a first aid for wounds in cats and dogs. A popular dog and cat medication, it is used to treat bacterial infections of minor cuts, burns or scrapes on the skin of the animal.
If the symptoms do not subside even after one week’s therapy, it is advisable to consult the veterinarian. Avoid using this medicine on large exposed skin areas. Do not use Triple Antibiotic Ointment for treating serious burns, deep cuts or any such serious injuries. Its safety in pregnant and lactating animals is not known. Never use more than the recommended dose, or do not prolong the application even after the wound is fully healed. Triple Antibiotic Ointment might adversely react with certain other medications like vitamins, minerals, herbal products or antibiotics with which the pet is being treated, so it is advisable to discuss the medication history of the pet with the veterinarian before initiating the treatment. Avoid applying any other topical creams or solutions along with this medicine. Desist from using Triple Antibiotic Ointment in animals with known drug allergy. The ointment is strictly for topical application. Be careful to protect eyes, mouth and nose of the animal while applying the ointment. Store the ointment in room temperature; do not refrigerate.
The recommended daily dosage is 1 to 3 times for a week. Take care to clean and put new bandage every time the medicine is applied.
Neosporin (Warner Lambert), Mycitracin (Pharmacia and Upjohn), Neobacimyx (Schering Plough)
Inform the veterinarian, if symptoms of side effects such as swelling, redness or itching are noticed. Allergic reactions might have symptoms like labored breathing; hives, swelling of face, tongue, etc., and in such cases discontinue the application forthwith.
Flea prevention for dogs and cats should always be the first line of defense that pet parents take when going to war with the flea. In case prevention seemed to have failed you, there are pill form treatment options that can rid your pet of those pesky pests.
Fleas and lice can be harmful to both you and your beloved pet. The first step in avoiding these annoying insects is to learn how they can be caught, passed, and most importantly, prevented.
Digoxin is a cardiac glycoside for pets and treats various heart diseases such as congestive heart failure and atrial fibrillation. Digoxin also has the ability to slow down your pet's heart rate and increases heart muscle contraction in order to increase the amount of blood pumped out of the heart.
Gentak Ophthalmic Ointment, or Gentamicin Ointment for dogs and cats, is a prescription sterile antibiotic that is applied topically in order to treat conjunctivitis caused by certain bacteria.
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