Veterinary Medicine

This page contains the most recent discussion threads pertaining to Veterinary Medicine, as well as a list of all of the drugs falling within this category.


Veterinary Medicine Overview

Veterinary medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, control, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in animals and along with this, it also deals with animal rearing, husbandry, breeding, research on nutrition and product development . The scope of veterinary medicine is wide, covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild, with a wide range of conditions which can affect different species. Veterinary medicine is widely practiced, both with...

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Tan Round Four Scored Pill B 68

Please help identify tan round pill, four scored with B in one corner and 68 in another or if turned could be an 86, scored on one side only. tan with tiny white specles. Thanks so much ## The area this pill was found in is New Jersey. Again, it's a fairly large four scored pill with B in one corner and 68 in another. It is tan with very tiny white speckles. If the pill were turned it could be 98. It is scored on one side only. Thank you. ## I'm sorry, but I can't find any listings for this in our U.S. prescription drug resources, I also don't see any other posts about it on our site. With such an unusual marking, it leads me to suspect that it is either an over the counter item, or a foreign medication. Does anyone recognize this tablet? ## Its a antibiotic for dogs ## ...

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Round Gray Pill T 100 Scored

information on small round gray T100 scored ## I cannot be 100% certain, but other users of ours have identified this as being a Temaril-P tablet, that is used to treat skin conditions in dogs. It contains Trimeprazine and Predisolone, however, as a veterinary medication, rather than human, I have no other information on it and no way to confirm this identification. (The actual name for Trimeprazine) Can anyone confirm this? ## Do you have any updates on the identity of this medication?

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round BEIGE OR PEACH pill fd 636

Found this pill on my bathroom floor. Can't identifiy it or figure where it came from. ## Hello, Linda! How are you? Actually, this is listed as being a veterinary medication, it contains 10mgs of Torbutrol, which is an opiate pain reliever used for dogs. The FDA lists its typical side effects in canines as possibly including nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I had the same issue. Lots of help 3/2020. TYVM

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Oblong pink/peach pill P 100

Oblong light pink/peach caplet scored down center with a P on one half and 100 on the other half, same side. Is this a pill for veterinary use (dogs in particular)?

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What is the pill marked P100

These were prescribed for my Labrador after he was hit by a car a year ago. He has been on a regular diet of 150 mg of Rimadyl daily for pain. I'm out and the new order won't be here for 2 days. Can I give him these pain killers (marked with P100) until then? ## Yes, they are in fact canine pills. My girlfriend, her boyfriend and I got pulled over tonight and she got arrested for them because the *****s couldn't get it up on the computers. I came home and googled it and it came right up! I think they were just looking to charge her because they told her it was methamphetamine, however, he allowed me to take pictures of the bottle and the pill itself before I left the police station, and it is in fact the same pill spelled CARPROFEN. It is for dogs. I don't know if they p...

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round yellow pill imprint with C G on one side & R B on the other side

I found a small round yellow pill in my living room today with the imprint on one side of C G and the other side of R B. I have searched online and have called the pharmacist and have been unsuccessful in determining what type of drug this is. None of my family including my family next door that visits several times a day every day knows whose pill this is or what it is. Can you please help me determine what this pill is? Any help is greatly appreciated! :) ## HI, Sandy! There's a good reason your pharmacist didn't know what this one was, it's a veterinary medication. It's used to treat flea infestations and it's called Capstar. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I am puzzled now because we have not purchased capstar for either of my cats. I was told earlier ...

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Square Tan Pill with letter R and other side has 25 and MG

They might be from the veterinarian for my dog- doggy downers I hope. They are kind of fleked white & . One side has 25, then a line over MG. Other side has "R". My dog goes crazy every 4th of July so I am hoping that's what these are but want to be sure. ## Based on the description provided, the most likely ID for your brown square pill is 25mg liver-flavored Rimadyl (carprofen) Chewable Tablets - designed for veterinary use with dogs only. Size - 19mm National Drug Code (NDC): 61106-8501 Manufacturer: Pfizer According to DailyMed, Carprofen is a non-narcotic, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent indicated for the relief of pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis and for the control of postoperative pain associated with soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries...

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WHAT IS A WHITE PILL T7 PS

LARGE WHITE PILL T7 LINE PS ## Large white pill with T7 line PS. I think its tbute but not sure. used for horses ## Yes it has a line threw the middle I know this pill to be a bute tablet for horses ..what I would like to know what is the milagram and doesage on a 1000 lb horse the tablet is t7with a line threw it and the ps at the bottom. ## Hello, Unfortunately I wasn't able to identify this pill through any reliable means, however, I was able to find on a lot of open forums and discussion that people are claiming these pills are Phenylbutazone (bute) which are horse pain killers used to treat lameness, laminitis and osteoarthritis. I really don't have any reason to believe this is true but it's the only lead that I have to go off of. If you live in an area that has horses...

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Peach/Orange oblong pill 33 / 11 on one side G on the other

Please help me identify this pill. I know nothing more about it other than it is Peach/Orange oblong pill 33 / 11 on one side G on the other. It is scored down the middle on the side with the numbers. Any help would be appreciated!! ## I also have one of these pills amongst other pills. Have you identified it yet? ## Hello, I found a carprofen pill that matches your description. This medication is an anti inflammatory and pain relief medicine that is primarily given to dogs after surgery. I have attached some additional information that I sourced from the NIH. IMPRINT G;33;11 INGREDIENTS Carprofen 25 mg LABEL AUTHOR Vedco, Inc. COLOR Orange SIZE 12mm SHAPE Oval SCORE 2 PRODUCT CODE 50989-740 INACTIVE INGREDIENTS - Croscarmellose Sodium - Lactose Monohydrate - Cellulose, Microcrystalline...

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torb val syrup

do they loose their appetite when taking this medicine? or combined with ZydaClin? My dog has been drowsy and not active like she normally is ....she had her teeth clean and some pulled and has been taking the medicine for 5 days now ## Hello Pat, Sorry to hear your dog is having a bad time after having her teeth pulled. According to Diamondback Drugs and Pet Education the most frequently seen side effects from Torbutrol (torb val syrup) are sedation, loss of appetite and diarrhea; it also can cause a slower heart rate. If she continues to feel this way after you stop administering the medication you may want to consult a veterinarian as there may be other factors involved. I hope this information helps and your dog feels better soon.

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