TEM1T100 Temaril-P

Posted November 21st, 2013 by admin

Temaril-P tablet is an anti-puritic, anti-intussive, anti-inflammatory product. Combing the effects of both trimeprazine and prednisone, this product is used for itch relief and cough. Temaril-P is labeled for use to both cats and dogs.

Temaril-P’s antipruitic/anti-inflammatory formula treats cases of eczema, otitis, and dermatitis. The antitussive element in this product cures cases of kennel cough, tracheobronchitits, and bronchitis.


TEM1T100 Temaril-P

  • Kennel Cough is a combination infection of the bacteria Bordetella bronchiseptica and the canine parainfluenza virus. Kennel cough is characterized as an infection of the upper respiratory tract as sneezing and coughing is released turning the infection to an airborne state. A dog can become infected with kennel cough through nose to nose contact with another dog, a contaminated food or water dish, or from being placed in close proximity to an infected dog. The affects of kennel cough will put the dog’s health at risk and tends to spread to other dogs very quickly, which makes a veterinary visit at the at most importance. A dog affected by this condition will display a number of symptoms and signs of contraction. The signs to look for include; vomiting, gagging, asthma similar symptoms during exercise, snorting, sneezing, retching, coughing, and nasal discharge.


  • Bronchitis and tracheobronchitits is an inflammation of the bronchi as well as the trachea organs located deep into the tissues of the lungs. In humans bronchitis is caused by respiratory complications due to a common cold or bacterial infection. In pets bronchitis is most often caused by bacterial infections or secondary atmospheric irritants such as perfume, smoke, cigarette smoke, dust, or air fresheners. A pet with a bronchitis infection will display a harsh cough, excessive saliva production, an unexplained gag reflex, and an abnormal sound during times of breathing.


  • Allergies are an overreaction of the body’s immunity. Histamine is a nitrogen compound naturally found within the body. This specialized organic structure functions in the immune response and is triggered when foreign pathogens enter the body. This response of histamine is a neurotransmitter, inflammatory response caused by a signal from the brain. As this message is passed to the brain, the skin may swell, itch, and develop hives or a rash due to the contamination of said pathogen. Common conditions which cause the production of histamine includes; dermatitis and otitis.


  • The term Dermatitis refers to inflammations of the skin. Derma- means skin and –itis means inflammation. Contact dermatitis therefore means the skin has become inflamed or irritated due to an outsource in which it has made contact with. Although skin irritants may seem like a minor condition some pets have high reaction rates, spreading the rash to the entire body. Contact dermatitis appears as a rash or small blistered bumps that may crush over. These irritations commonly appear on non-protective areas of the body such as the muzzle, under belly, groin, toes, and inner ears.


  • Otitis Externa is defined as an infection or inflammation of the canal of the ear. Symptoms of an ear infection include; shaking of the head, redness of the ear tissues, pawing or scratching of the ears, head tilt, slight deafness, pain when eating, pain when yawning, and pain whilst the jaws are being handled.


Pets suffering from infections to the skin or lungs are in a great state of discomfort. Pet owners and handlers can relive this discomfort by treating their pet aliments. Pet aliments which coincide with these infections include; harsh cough, excessive saliva production, shaking of the head, redness of the ear tissues, pawing or scratching at themselves, and visible skin infections.



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Otitis Externa is a non-specific to any breed, age, or gender of dog the condition is however more common to those dogs with long ears covering the ear canal. Bronchitis and tracheobronchitits is none-specific breed but do occur more in pets in polluted areas.


1.What should I do if my pet has adverse effects from product?

  • Discontinue use of the product and seek medical attention.

What adverse side effects should I be aware of while administering this product?

  • Occasional bloody diarrhea, vomiting, elevated SAP levels, osteoporosis, delayed healing time, suppressed cortical function, nitrogen balance negativity, loss of potassium, and sodium retention. 


3. While using this product to treat my dog’s kennel cough, do I need to be concerned about infection to me?

  • No, Kennel cough is extremely contagious t other dogs but not to humans.

4. How long does it take for the affects of this product to work in my pet?

There is no set duration in time in which this product will take effect due to its wide purposes.

How it Works

Temaril works in a variety of ways to suppress the production of histamine and reduce inflammation. The active ingredient Trimeprazine works to block effects of histamine where as the ingredient prednisone reduces inflammation.


Localized neck swelling caused by bacterial infection reduced by anti-inflammatory effects of Temaril






Federal law makes it mandatory for the user to use the product strictly as per the instructions contained in the packaging.

Dogs and cats:

  • Temaril is administered orally.

  • Place product tablet behind the tongue of the pet’s mouth to ensure swallow.

  • Tablets may be placed in food.

    • Note: after four days of use dosage is to be reduced by half of said original dose.


Weight of Dog

Initial Dosage

Up to 10 lb

1/2 tablet, twice daily

11-20 lb

1 tablet, twice daily

21-40 lb

2 tablets, twice daily

Over 40 lb

3 tablets, twice daily


Contains trimeprazine tartrate, phenothiazine tartrate (2:1) equivalent to trimeprazine, 5 mg, and prednisolone, 2 mg.

Product Cautions


Keep out of reach from children.


Hazardous to use in pregnant or lactating females.


For use in animals only.


Pets: This product used in the last trimester of pregnancy has been reported to cause dystocia, fetal death, retained placenta, and metritis.



If Swallowed: Immediately contact a poison control center and seek advice. If the affected person is in a state to swallow, offer them to sip a glass of water. Unless suggested by the doctor at poison control centre, do not encourage the person to vomit. If the affected becomes unconscious, do not administer anything though their mouth.

Storage: Product should be stored at room temperatures not exceeding 77 degrees F (25 C).

Disposal: Do not re-use empty containers. Consign it to trash or look to the possibility of its recycling. Unused or leftover of the container should never be disposed in any drain. Seek help of local solid waste agency or call up 1-800-CLEANUP for instructions concerning disposal.


Temaril-P tablet is an anti-puritic, anti-intussive, antiinflamotry product. Combing the effects of both trimeprazine and prednisone, this product is used for itch relief and cough. Temaril-P is labeled for use to both cats and dogs. There is no generic form of this product.






DERGE Derma-Gel

Posted November 21st, 2013 by admin


Derma-gel is an isotonic gel for intensive skin care in all animal species, including exotics, birds and reptiles.


With its unique properties, Derma-gel provides protection against foreign contaminants and promotes healing of the wound, making the bandaging unnecessary.


There are numerous types of injuries that animals can sustain; from lacerations, bite wounds, burns, fight wounds, etc. Most of the everyday injuries are minor and not life threatening, but in certain cases serious injuries are possible as well. Fresh, uncomplicated wounds are usually swollen, can be bleeding and are usually painful. In some cases hair might be missing from the affected area, skin can be torn, cut or scraped. Animals can be limping. If the wound is not rapidly taken care of, it can become infected. Such wounds usually have pustulous discharge. If the bacteria have entered the bloodstream through the wound, the animal can become feverish and lethargic. Certain infected wounds can develop into abscesses, as a result of accumulation of pustulous material under the skin.


There is no particular ailment that causes wound formation, they are usually result of accidents, fights and other dangers.


Animals of all sizes, ages and breeds are prone to injuries. Domesticated animals are somewhat less likely to sustain injuries environment, as opposed to wild animals living freely in the nature. They often take part in fights, sometimes even for their lives, and are more exposed to traffic and other harmful human and natural impacts that can lead to injuries.


1. How does Derma-gel work?

a) Derma-gel provides a moist environment for the wound and at the same time creates a protective film that shields the wound and prevents the bacteria to enter. In that way, it helps cleansing the dead tissue from the wound and allows natural movements of the skin.

2. On what kind of animals can Derma-gel be used?

a) Derma-gel can be safely used on all domestic animals, as well as birds and reptiles. However, before applying Derma-gel on exotic animal, consult with the vet.

3. What if the animal licks Derma-gel? Can it be harmful?

a) All ingredients of Derma-gel are safe and can bring no harm to the animal’s health in case of licking and ingestion. However, it would be better to prevent licking and preserve the protective and healing properties of the applied gel.

4. What can I expect after Derma-gel application? What changes on the skin and hair will occur?

a) Depending on the wound severity, Derma-gel will, in a certain degree, reduce scarring and improve the healing process. Wounds treated with Derma-gel heal faster, but the process primarily depends on the seriousness of injury and the amount of damaged tissue.

5. How soon will the wound heal with Derma-gel?

a) The healing process will be somewhat shortened, but the duration of the healing process primarily depends on the severity of the wound.

6. Is it absolutely unnecessary to use bandage with Derma-gel?

a) In certain cases bandages might be necessary, but Derma-gel can still be applied; it will prevent the bandage from sticking to the healing skin and causing damage to the newly grown tissue.

7. Should I do any preparations of the wound prior Derma-gel application?

a) Derma-gel can be applied directly to the wound if necessary. However, it would be beneficial to rinse the wound with sterile saline or at least with fresh water before reaching veterinary clinic.

8. On what wounds is Derma-gel used?

a) Derma-gel can be used on all kinds of wounds, from cuts, bites, scrapes, injuries with skin loss. It can even be applied on surgical wounds where suturing is not possible.


Derma-gel contains high molecular weight polymers that help promote wound healing. The gel provides semi-permeable dressing that provides a moist environment in which the skin can “breathe” and prevents scab formation. It also allows skin cells to migrate faster across the wound and that way promotes and accelerates the healing process. In that way, scarring and hair discoloration is successfully avoided. The protective film on the surface of the wound prevents the harmful bacteria from entering the damaged tissue and provides thermal isolation of the wound.

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Derma-gel can be used on a number of injuries but is particularly useful on fussy animals and wounds in areas of high mobility (e.g. joints). It provides excellent support after trauma or surgeries where closure of the wound is not possible. Derma-gel works as an excellent dressing and can replace bandage in cases where bandaging is not possible. It is useful to rinse the injury with fresh water or sterile saline before applying Derma-gel.


Derma-gel should be applied 2-3 times a day on open or large affected areas. The application can be repeat one to two times daily until the desired effect is achieved.


Derma-gel contains: water, alcohol, propylene glycol, sorbus (Pyrus Sorbus) extract, glycerin, hydrocotyle (Centella Asiatica) extract, Calendulla officinalis extract, hydrogenated castor oil, sodium bicarbonate, carbomer, sweet marjoram (Origanum Majorana) extract, lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) extract, thyme (Thymus vulgaris) extract, sage (Salvia officinalis) extract.


For animal use only; not to be used on humans.

Keep away from children and animals.

Ensure the cap is replaced after use. Avoid contact to the contents of the tube to prevent contamination of the product.


Keep in a cool and dry place away from heat, frost and toxic radiation.


There are several brand name products similar to Derma-gel. They vary in price, formulations, packaging, ingredients and efficacy. Derma-gel is among the best products of its kind and is often used and recommended by veterinarians.

DER25T Deramaxx

Posted November 21st, 2013 by admin


Deramaxx chewable tablets are a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug for dogs only.


Deramaxx controls pain and inflammation in dogs, especially after orthopedic and dental operative procedures as well as in osteoarthritis patients.


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As a result of hereditary predisposition, natural aging processes or injury, a significant number of dogs are suffering from osteoarthritis. It is the degenerative joint condition, most commonly affecting limb joints such as hips, elbows, ankles or knees. The first sign of this condition is usually the pain in the affected limb. Since the animals cannot tell us if they are in pain, we need to be able to recognize the changes in their behavior. Animals with painful joints will often show reluctance when required to climb stairs or jump on the couch, for example. In certain cases, they will have difficulties sitting, rising or squatting. They are not eager to exercise and often display stiffness after physical activity. In severe cases of pain, there will even be visible loss of appetite and weight loss. The animals are likely to spare the affected limb and can be lame if the pain and the arthritic changes have advanced. Upon detailed examination of the animal, it can be noticed that the affected joints are painful and inflamed (swollen, warm).


Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of joint pain in dogs. It is the degenerative disease of joints, caused by the injuries or as a result of genetic predisposition and old age. Osteoarthritis most commonly affects hips, knees and elbows.


Osteoarthritis is usually the condition of older dogs and can be a part of the aging process. However, large and overweight dogs are more likely to develop joint deformations. Dog breeds with high hereditary predisposition for osteoarthritis are Rottweilers, Great Danes, Mastiffs, Golden Retrievers, Newfoundlands, Labrador Retrievers, German Shepherds, Dobermans and St. Bernards.


1. What is Deramaxx and how it works?

a) Deramaxx is a prescription non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) in the form of tablets for control of pain and inflammation in dogs with osteoarthritis and after orthopedic surgical procedures.

2. How can Deramaxx help my dog with osteoarthritis?

a) Osteoarthritis is a progressive and painful condition. Deramaxx cannot cure osteoarthritis, but it can control and decrease the accompanying pain and that way improve your dog’s quality of life. Of course, every animal is different and responds to the treatment differently. It is important to seek veterinary advice and make a detailed plan for condition management.

3. In what cases should my dog not be given Deramaxx?

a) If your dog has a history of known hypersensitivity to deracoxib (the active ingredient of Deramaxx), Aspirin or other NSAIDs or corticosteroids. Do not administer Deramaxx if your dog is suffering from bloody stool, decreased appetite, pre-existing kidney or liver diseases or has any condition that can lead to dehydration.

4. Does Deramaxx interact with other drugs?

a) Deramaxx should not be given with other NSAIDs or corticosteroids. Consult your veterinarian before administering Deramaxx. Mention all the drugs or dietary supplements your dog is currently taking.


What side effects can my dog have during Deramaxx treatment?

a) Although Deramaxx can cause certain side effects in dogs they are usually mild and rare. Side effects to Deramaxx include vomiting, diarrhea, change in stool color, changes in drinking and urination rhythm, decrease of appetite, depression, restlessness. If you notice any of the above mentioned side effects in your pet, stop administering Deramaxx and contact your veterinarian.

6. What should I do in case of overdose with Deramaxx tablets?

a) In case of accidental overdose, immediately seek veterinary assistance.

7. How can Deramaxx help my dog after orthopedic surgery?

a) Deramaxx can help control your dog’s pain and inflammation after orthopedic procedures if given according to the veterinary instructions and according to the instructions on the label.

8. What should I discuss with the vet before administering Deramaxx?

a) Talk to your veterinarian about any health issues your dog might be experiencing, such as digestive problems, kidney diseases, allergies. Be sure to mention all the drugs and/or dietary supplements your dog is currently taking or you plan to administer in the future. Inform your vet if your dog is currently pregnant or nursing.


Deramaxx is deracoxib, a non-steroid, anti-inflammatory drug of the coxib class. Deracoxib inhibits the Cyclooxygenase 1 and 2 (COX-1 and COX-2), enzymes responsible for production of inflammatory mediators, prostaglandins. Inflammatory mediators are responsible for the development of pain and inflammation symptoms. That way deracoxib directly stops those symptoms from appearing.

 DER25T Deramaxx


Licensed veterinarian prescribes this medication. The instructions provided in the label should be strictly followed. Consider all the potential risks and benefits of Deramaxx before deciding to administer Deramaxx tablets to your pet. Deramaxx can be given with or without food, but be sure that your pet always has plenty of fresh water to drink. If you do not understand the instruction of the label or have any further questions concerning Deramaxx, contact your veterinarian or pharmacist.


Deramaxx chewable tablets appear in five strengths: 12 mg, 25 mg, 50 mg, 75 mg and 100 mg.

The usual dose in the treatment of osteoarthritis pain and inflammation for dogs is 0.45-0.91 mg/lb per day (1-2 mg/kg per day) given when needed once a day.

The usual dose in the treatment of postoperative orthopedic pain and inflammation for dogs is 1.4-1.8 mg/lb per day (3-5 mg/kg per day) given when needed once a day, but not longer than 7 days in a row.

The usual dose in the treatment of postoperative dental pain and inflammation for dogs is 0.45-0.91 mg/lb (1-2 mg/kg per day) given when needed once a day for 3 days. The first dose should be given 1 hour prior to the procedure, and the following doses should be for two more days.

Small dogs that need less than 12.5 mg of Deramaxx can be accurately dosed through the use of 12 mg tablet, which can be split in half. Dosing of small dogs with bigger tablets can lead to inaccurate dosing and cause adverse reactions.


Deramaxx chewable tablets contain 12 mg, 25 mg, 50 mg, 75 mg or 100 mg of active ingredient deracoxib.


For animal use only; not for use on humans.

Keep away from children. Consult a doctor in case of accidental human ingestion.

This product is for dog use only, not to be used in cats.

Follow the instructions provided in the drug label, especially on the issue of drug dosing, to avoid possible adverse reactions.

Prior to initiation of the Deramaxx treatment, dogs should undergo detailed veterinary checkup with appropriate laboratory tests.

The use of Deramaxx with other NSAIDs should be avoided to prevent the potential gastrointestinal ulceration or perforation. The safe use of Deramaxx in dogs younger than 4 months, pregnant or lactating bitches and dogs used for breeding has not been determined.

Dogs with history of hypersensitivity to Deramaxx or other NSAIDs should not use Deramaxx.


Store Deramaxx tablets at the room temperature between 15 and 30°C.


There are no generic varieties of deracoxib available on the market. There are several possible substitutions containing different active ingredients and coming in different formulations.


DEN3GE DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel

Posted November 21st, 2013 by admin


DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel is tooth and gum gel for dogs and cats.


DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel contains 1% acetic acid that freshens the breath and sodium hexametaphosphate (SHMP) that prevents the formation of calculus in pets. This product helps in control and prevention of periodontal disease.


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Dental hygiene in pets is as important as in humans. If teeth and gums care are not properly and regularly performed, numerous problems will develop. As the result of poor or non-existent dental hygiene, soft dental plaque builds up on the surfaces of the teeth. If plaque accumulates, the bacteria in it irritate the gums and cause inflammation. Calcium salts from saliva gradually bind themselves on the plaque, forming calculus (hard dental tartar). Tartar relatively quickly grows in thickness, providing new surface for plaque accumulating, and it is difficult to remove without the dental instruments.

Bad breath is usually the first sign of periodontal disease that the owners notice. The gums are usually very irritated and inflamed, the can be bleeding and painful, which leads to loss of appetite. As the teeth roots become affected with the disease, they gradually loosen and fall out. Bacteria from the oral cavity can eventually enter the bloodstream and cause serious health issues.


Periodontal disease (the gum disease) is among the most common diseases in the companion animal veterinary medicine. It affects over 87% of dogs and over 70% of cats over three years of age. It is the main cause of bad breath and tartar accumulation in dogs and cats.


Small breeds of dogs are prone to periodontal issues. Breeds such as Schnauzers, Maltese, Bichon Frise, West Highland White Terrier, Chihuahua, etc. Abyssinian and Somali cats are also genetically predisposed to teeth and gum issues.


1. How does DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel work?

a) Active ingredients of DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel prevent the accumulation of dental plaque and formation of calculus. They also freshen the breath of your pets.

2. Are there any known side effects?

a) There are no known side effects to administration of DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel; it does not cause teeth-staining or enamel damage.

3. How often does it need to be used?

a) For optimal results, it is best to apply DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel 2 to 3 times a week.

4. How to apply DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel?

a) DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel can be applied with the usual toothbrush or smeared over the gums and teeth with your finger.

5. Will DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel cure my pet’s periodontal disease?

a) This product cannot cure periodontal disease in pets; it merely helps maintain dental hygiene and prevent future formation of plaque and calculus.

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Sodium hexametaphosphate (SHMP) is one of the active ingredients of DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel. It binds calcium from dental plaque forming soluble complexes that are carried away in the animal’s saliva. That way dental plaque cannot mineralize into calculus and cause gum irritation that leads to periodontal disease.

DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel also contains 1% acetic acid that cleanses teeth and freshens the breath.


DentAcetic gel is used as the alternative to the toothpaste. It is applied at least twice a week with the usual toothbrush or massaged into the teeth and gums with a finger. Shake the container before use. This product does not enquire veterinary prescription and can be used at home.


This product can be used on dogs and cats. It can be applied liberally as needed 2 to 3 times a week.


Active ingredients: 1% acetic acid, sodium hexametaphosphate.

Inactive ingredients: sorbitol, triethanolamine, polysorbate, propylene glycol, Methylparaben, clove and cinnamon flavor.


For animal use only. Keep away from children and pets.

For topical use only.

Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact, t may cause mild to severe irritation. Be sure to irrigate with flowing water immediately and continuously up to 15 minutes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention.

This product can cause CNS depression in case of accidental human ingestion, due to low levels of ethyl alcohol. Do not induce vomiting; seek medical attention in cases of moderate or severe reactions.

In case of irritation, stop using the product and contact your veterinarian.

Wash hands after use.

Available through licensed veterinarians only.


Store at the controlled room temperature of 15-30°C. Dispose of empty containers with the usual household waste.


There are numerous dental care products for pets on the market. Some of them are similar to DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel. They can contain similar active ingredients and/or have the same effect on teeth and gums health. They can vary in price, packaging and availability. DentAcetic Natural Dental Gel has proven itself among similar products as high quality and reliable product often recommended by licensed veterinarians.