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Posted on 04-28-2015
Your Veterinarian may prescribe a topical medication for a number of reasons. Even though they are not ingested, they are still very important. From flea prevention to antibiotics and everything in between, a medication needs to be applied as directed by the Veterinarian. Typically topical medications are applied pretty easily but there are those special cases that can always present a challenge! Remember topical medications are for external use only, so we want to keep our furry friends from ingesting the medication. Steps for applying topical medications -
If you have any questions about applying topical medication to your pet, call Animal Central.
Additional information: http://www.petplace.com/dogs/how-to-apply-topical-meidcation-to-your-dog-2/page1.aspx
Thank you, Dr. George Stroberg, DVM and the Animal Central Staff
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