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I purchased a Ragdoll in May. She at first she was given a clean bill of health with the exception of herpes viral in the eyes. We tried three meds, all made her squint to the point where she couldn't open her eyes. Last week she had blood drawn so we could have her altered. They said she has nonregenerative low red blood cells. Does this mean she can't be spayed? They gave me liquid tinc to give to her 1/8 teaspoon twice a day to see if this will increase her red blood cells. If it works would it be permanent or something we'd have to give her forever? She eats well, has put on healthy weight and is very very active. She was born Feb. 8 of this year. It stymies the docs as to why a kitten this healthy would have nonregenerative red blood cells. Any answers?? Thanks sooo muc... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Sexual Health.
Wed, Jul 14 '10, 2:39 AM
Torb Pet Tinic
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Our cat started to limp on right front leg about 2 months ago. She is 11 years and is about 16 pounds. She limps worse after she jumps of the chair. The above medication was perscribed by the doc. What is it and is it safe? ## The active ingredient in this is Torbugesic, it is an opiod that is used to treat pain. Unfortunately, I am not very knowledgeable about veterinary medications, their uses and possible safety concerns. The only information I can find says that it can cause slight ataxia and sedation. It is a form of Butorphanol: Have you tried contacting the vet to ask questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Butorphanol.
Sun, May 15 '11, 10:54 AM
Torbugesic & Pet Tinic
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My kitten is 12 weeks 6 days old. He had a bad fall. The vet perscribed this medication. When I give this liquid he goes on a choking spree for about 15 min. The medication is sticky. What can I do to help this? ## Have you contacted your veterinarian to ask? To be quite honest, we specialize in details and information on medications for human use and I have never studied their use in animals. Thus, I don't know if there are better ways that you can administer them, or if they can possibly be thinned out. Only your Vet can give you the answers to these questions. This is the active ingredient and it is just used as a pain reliever, so it may not even be really necessary, unless he was suffering severe pain. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Veterinary Medicine.
Sun, Aug 07 '11, 10:30 AM
Pet Tinic With Torbugesic
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My dog just had a mass removed..the vet.sent her home w this stuff. I cant believe after four hrs n no recovery time w a drain they would release her. ## @Jessica, Sorry to hear about this experience with your dog. Unfortunately it sounds to me like the vet was in a rush to get it done and over with. But at least she is back in good hands now :) I looked up Pet-Tinic on Amazon and for the most part it seemed to be getting rave reviews. Although I haven't come across many personal reviews on Torbugesic. Can you tell whether or not the medications have been effective at all? ## Ty david..I will never let that butcher ever touch my dog again.If u saw what she looked like..ud cry! But either way ita not strong enough for what she went gettin her ramidyl n hoping the pathology ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lasix.
Wed, May 13 '15, 6:14 PM
Pet Tinic/Torbugesic for dogs
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Every reply is for cats. Can this be used for dogs? My dog was prescribed 1ml twice daily. ## Well, to be honest, this website is geared for medication information and the effects in humans, there really isn't a lot here about using anything in animals. But, as to this medication, yes it can also be used in dogs, as well as cats and horses. Learn more Torbugesic details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Mon, Jun 25 '12, 12:42 PM
Torbugesic & Pet Tinic for kittens
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My kitten is 12 weeks 6 days old. He had a bad fall. The vet perscribed this medication. When I give this liquid he goes on a choking spree for about 15 min. The medication is sticky. What can I do to help this? ## I see this was posted awhile ago and I hope by now your kitten is feeling better. However, for future reference, when you have questions about an animal and medications, please contact your veterinarian. Our website and my own knowledge and studies specialize in the use of medications in humans. We have no information on their use in animals, or what is safe to do to remedy such issues. How is he doing, now? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Veterinary Medicine.
Thu, Dec 29 '11, 12:11 PM
low red blood cell count for cats
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i am giving my 13 year old cat pet tinic for low red blood cells but it causes sores in her mouth. is there an alternative med for low red blooc cells such as some kind of pill ## Have you contacted your veterinarian to ask? Unfortunately, our site information and any knowledge of my own is geared towards the use of medications and their effect in humans. We really don't have anything about what can and cannot be used in Felines. Does anyone else know of anything? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Veterinary Medicine.
Wed, Mar 14 '12, 10:03 AM

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