Vets Adverse Drug Reports
In our continued mission to encourage every dog guardian to be
well informed about every health care choice suggested by their
veterinarian, today's resource is one that we believe you should
keep handy and use EVERY TIME your vet suggests a med.
This resource will allow you to look up the med, and see if there
has been any reported adverse reactions to the use of it. The time
to do this BEFORE a med is administered at home or during a
This means that if Fido is to have a vet performed procedure I
would ask specifically what meds and drugs will be used. If the
vet does not like your inquisitiveness, get another vet.
A vet who has your dog's best interest at heart will
appreciate your interest.
After the fact it may too late, as many of our readers will attest,
having lost their precious best friends during a routine veterinary
office procedure or surgery.
I must thank our great dog rescue frend Pat, who forwarded this
resource to us. And we provide it you in memory of Pat's special
pal, Mutley, who lost his life because a drug was used during a
routine veterinary procedure, that never should be used on any dog
Pat will tell you..believe nothing wIthout independent proof,
Here's the Resource and some more information from the FDA
website about the:
Cumulative Veterinary Adverse Drug Experience Reports
The FDA has posted the Cumulative Adverse Drug Experiences
Summaries Report so that veterinarians and animal owners can have
easy access to information about signs attributed to meds.
You can access the informtion and research a drug by visiting:
Search the active ingredient of a drug to see if adverse reactions
have been reported with the drug's use.
I added a shorcut to my desktop, and if ever my dogs are to be given a
drug or med, you can bet your last nickel that I will visit
this site BEFORE I trust their lives to ANY vet.
That's all for today..
Get out and take a long walk with your dog...you'll both enjoy it !
Adopt a Dog- Save a Life !
PS- Learn how to take care of your dog at home, minimize exposure to
drugs and meds, and stop paying explosive and unnecessary veterinary bills
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