Cognitive dysfunction syndrome primarily affects older dogs with behavioral alterations such as altered interactions with owners, sleep cycle disturbances, house-soiling and disorientation. One telling clinical feature are amyloid plaques that
COMPOUNDED MEDICATIONS FOR ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL, FURRY AND FLIPPERED
Pharmacy Solutions pioneers pharmaceutical solutions that transforms the lives of both humans and animals. Too often, the medications animals need don’t come in the proper dosage form, strength, or delivery device to meet their unique needs. That’s why veterinarians across the country trust our pharmacists to compound the precise drug dosage and delivery method required to care for their animal patients. Killer whales, tigers, lions, cats, cockatoos, hedgehogs, dogs, rabbits, squirrels, gorillas, horses, frogs and a mouse… to name just a few.
Rely on our pharmacological expertise that spans from the age-old art of compounding to producing life-changing compounded medications for animals in our state-of-the-art lab.
James Wiernas Jr., PharmD is our Vet Specialist and Director of Veterinarian Compounding.
Mycophenolate’s immunosuppressant activity has shown to be effective in a variety of autoimmune diseases including IMHA. IMHA is a potentially life-threatening anemia that occurs when antibodies are formed against host
Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is the most common cause of heart failure in certain breeds of large dogs. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors such as Benazepril have been shown to increase survival