How to avoid common pet medication mistakes

How to avoid common pet medication mistakes

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Jan 03, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

If your pet has started a treatment plan with prescription medication, it’s important to make sure that the proper drug and dosage is given. Mistakes can be made—at the veterinary clinic, at a pharmacy, or even at home when you administer the medication. But you can play a big part in making sure your pet is properly treated.

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