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This drug has no analgesic effect. It is a phenothiazine tranquilizer that causes vasodialation and protrusion of the 3rd eyelid. Can cause penile prolapse in horses. Should not be given to animals with hx of seizures.


Used as a mucolytic agent that decreases the viscosity of mucus. Also the antidote for acetominophen toxicity.


This type of antimicrobial is effective against gram- bacteria. It is used to treat systematic infections when given PO. Ototoxicity is a common adverse effect. Not given to food animals.


Blocks acetylcholine which decreases intestinal motility and secretions. Cause tendency to vomit.


This drug can help reduce secretions and prevent bradycardia. It is an anticholinergic used most often as a preanesthetic.


NSAID prpionic acid derivative. Blocks both cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase. Analgestic and anti-inflammitory properties. Liver toxicity noted, especially in labs.


Topical substance that destroys tissue. Used to treat warts and tissue. Examples are silver nitrate and copper sulfate.


Broad specturm antibiotic. Inhibits protein synthesis. Not used in food producing animals.


Potentiated penicillin.


Antidepressant. Has been used to treat seperation anxiety, pruritic conditions, and compulsive disorders. Cats are more sensative to it then dogs. Anticholinerigic effects-dry mouth, constipation, urinary retention, raised HR.


Immunosuppressive; inhibits the proliferation of T-lymphocytes. Used for managing KCS in dogs. Side effects include nephrotoxicity and vomiting.


This drug is a benzodiazepine derivative and can be used for short-time anesthesia in combo with other drugs. It is a sedative that is used to treat seizures and stimulate appetite.

Dissociative Anesthetics

Restraint for minor surgery. Does not relieve pain, usually in combination with other drugs. Minor cardiac stimulation, respiratory depressing, exaggeraged reflexes.

Docusate Sodium

Stool softening emollinet. Stool softener, lubricant, and fecal wetting agent.


CNS stimulant. Commonly used to stimulate breathing of neonates after c-section. Not used in animals with history of seizures.


This is an emergency drug that is used to treat cardiac arrest by increasing the heart rate.


Antinematodal, wide spectrum of activity including nematodes, hookworms, whipworms, and cestodes. May also be used for metronidazole resistant Giardia


This antimicrobial interferes with DNA synthesis and is effective against gram positive and gram negative bacteria. Should not be used in cats or horses.


Anti-inflammitory. Taper off to prevent iatrogenic addison's and cushing's disease. Increase blood glucose levels. Produced by adrenal cortex in response to ACTH.


This antifungal disrupts fungal cell division. It is used to treat dermatophytes and is only available in oral form. Contraindicated in pregnant and breeding animals due to GI and teratogenic effects.