Petsthat refuse to take medication because of the taste is a prime opportunity for compounding. For example, cats do not like pills, but they do like tuna. Dogs do notlike liquid medication being squirted into their mouth, but they will willingly consume it when flavored with meat or a dog biscuit. Birds cannot take col-lg volumes of liquid medication, but they will accept a col-xs dose of fruit-flavoredsolution. An Allz Well compounding pharmacist will work closely with your veterinarian to prepare medications in dosage forms that work best for your pets, whether your pet is a cat, dog, bird, ferret, or snake.
As a compound pharmacy, All Well can compound an assorted span of veterinary drugs customized specifically for the individual pet. We have access to an extensive range of flavors and bases, and can compound customized veterinary drug products, whether capsules, chewables, liquids, drops, transdermal gels, creams and suppositories.Common examples of appropriate compounding in veterinary practice are mixing two injectable drugs, preparing an oral paste or suspension from crushed tablets or adding flavoring to a drug. Compounded preparations are required to be prepared from FDA-approved animal or human drugs.