- General

INDICATIONS FOR USE: Your veterinarian has prescribed this medication for pain relief or fever.
PRECAUTIONS: As with any medication, there are precautions and side effects associated with
their use.
This is sometimes complicated by the fact that many of the drugs used in veterinary patients are
human drugs that have not been studied for use in animals.
Some of these so called "extra label" drugs have been used for years in veterinary medicine and
side effects and precautions listed are those that have been compiled by experience with these
In cases where veterinary experience is limited, human precautions and side effects have been
In any event, many of the side effects listed have occurred very rarely but have been included for
your information and awareness.
The potential benefit of the use of the drug must be weighed against the information known about
the risk of the use of the drug.
Your veterinarian has the best interest of your animal in mind and will help you make an informed
decision about their treatment.
*Baseline bloodwork is recommended to assess the general health of the patient prior to starting
this drug.
With long term use this medication can cause liver, kidney and blood changes. Periodic
bloodwork is advised to monitor.
USE: Follow directions carefully. Do not exceed dosage or frequency.
If this medication is effective in the relief of pain in your animal it is advised to give the lowest
dose that is effective as infrequently as possible in order to minimize the risk of side effects.
If your animal still has pain on this medication, discuss with your veterinarian.
DRUG INTERACTIONS: If your animal has been prescribed any other medication, including
aspirin please discuss this with your veterinarian as interactions may occur.
Do not use with steroids, Rimadyl®, Etogesic® or other anti inflammatory drugs.
SIDE EFFECTS: This medication can cause vomiting and diarrhea - if any occur - discontinue
use and contact your veterinarian.
With long term use this medication can cause liver, kidney and blood changes.
APPROVED SPECIES: The use of this drug in animals is considered extra label as no veterinary
approved drug is available.
OVERDOSE: Keep all drugs out of the reach of children. In case of accidental exposure contact
your local health professional immediately.
Keep all drugs out of the reach of pets. Overdose of any medication can cause serious adverse
In case of accidental ingestion or overdose, contact your veterinarian or the National Animal
Poison Control Center at 1-800-548-2423 immediately.
- Small Animal
- Cat
SIDE EFFECTS: This medication can cause severe side effects and death in cats.
- Dog
SIDE EFFECTS: This medication should be used with caution and increased monitoring in dogs
as they don't consistently metabolize this drug and it may lead to liver or kidney damage



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