What Can I Do to Prevent Sniffling and Sneezing in My Kittens? Jul 25 2014
1. Prevent exposure to infected cats. 2. Speak with your vet to vaccinate against diseases (when possible) that are most prevalent in your immediate area. 3. Support the immune system and natural resistance: • Properly balance the diet especially taurine • Use immune supportive supplements eg. Missing Link, Transfer Factor, Nu-Cat • Maintain internal and external parasite control •
Reduce environmental stress or discomfort eg. crowding
PRASCEND is the first and only medicine available in the US that is fully approved by the FDA to treat pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (more commonly called PPID or equine Cushing's disease) in horses.1,2 As part of the FDA approval process, PRASCEND was rigorously tested to prove its safety and effectiveness in reducing signs of PPID in horses.1,2.
When you treat your horse with PRASCEND under guidance from your veterinarian, you can rest assured that you're giving your equine friend a medicine that is tested and trusted to work safely and consistently. These study results really mean that you can feel confident giving your horse PRASCEND to control signs of PPID! It may help get your horse back to his healthy, happy self again.
Directions: Administer orally at a starting dose of 2 mcg/kg once daily. Dosage may be adjusted to effect, not to exceed 4 mcg/kg daily. It has been reported that pergolide tablets may cause eye irritation, an irritating smell, or headache when Prascend Tablets are split or crushed. Prascend Tablets should not be crushed due to the potential for increased human exposure and care should be taken to minimize exposure when splitting tablets. The tablets are scored and the calculated dosage should be provided to the nearest one-half tablet increment.