Our Pet Drug Information Guide will allow you to quickly access information on over 3,000 animal health drugs.
A very important feature that we have included is the Medical Display Panel section where you can find the actual packaging of a drug from the manufacturer. You may ask why this is important, the reason is that veterinarians in most cases are prescribers and dispensers and often they will provide you with a limited amount of a drug in a pill bottle with some instructions but not the full label and monograph that has additional information about the drug.
We will endeavour to keep this information up to date, if there is information that you feel is missing or a drug is missing please let us know.
3,000 pet drugs:
Disclaimer: This information is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice,diagnosis or treatment from a veterinarian. If you believe your pet or an animal in your care is experiencing a medical emergency, call your veterinarian or an emergency animal hospital immediately for assistance.
This drug database is based on North American drug information, therefore drug names and information may be different in your country of residence. Please consult with your veterinarian if you have any questions or concerns.
For Emergency Services
If you suspect an overdose or notice any of these symptoms immediately contact your veterinarian or an animal poison control centre. Consultation fees often apply
Pet Poison Helpline
ASPCA Animal Poison Control