Best Pet Medications
Dermcare-Vet’s Malaseb Medicated Shampoo treats a range of skin conditions and helps rid your pet of infection-causing bacteria - leaving them happy, healthy, and itch-free.
Can relieve dry, itchy skin
Smells nice and fresh
Leaves coat feeling soft
NexGard Chewables · includes 4 listings
Designed to protect dogs from fleas and ticks, NexGard comes in the form of a small beef chew that provides 30 days of protection. However, this product will not suit all pets. Dangerous side effects have been reported in dogs, sometimes resulting in death.
Latest review: Four years ago when my dog went blind due to Cushings, the vet sold me a tube of Amacin to put in the eye, as my dog couldn't blink properly, to act as 'tears' and relieve the grittiness. Four
Latest review: I have a cat that gets so wound up and anxious that he vomits. This supplement is a god send. It's derived from casein, a protein in milk and my vet says that it has no known side effects. It
Latest review: My Staffordshire Bullterrier Billy had suffered with itchy skin for some years, we'd tried everything to manage it for him with little success. Apoquel really didn't work very well and his itchiness
Latest review: I had noticed my 14 year old Birman cat behaving less Top Cat and more victim when it came to being bullied by her similar aged brother. She was sleeping more and seemed to be anxious. Plug in
Latest review: My dog gets really bad cracked paw pads and itchy feet. He is constantly chewing and licking them. I've tried all different types of products but nothing works as quickly as Dr Zoo's made by MooGoo.
Latest review: When my 13 year old Westie tore his cruciate ligament, the pain must have been severe as he went into shock, and could not walk. The Prolet tablets brought him some relief quite rapidly and after 2
Latest review: I have been using this shampoo on my horses for over 20Years now and it is a fantastic product. When living in the Northern territory i found it great for rain scald. Not only good for that but for
Latest review: Our beautiful golden retriever Bluey aged 2 1/2 has been taking Vetace for six months now and is doing very well. Bluey was born with a heart problem and deformed valves, his prognosis at aged 3
Latest review: I have been giving my 12 year old dog Hip and Joint from Petz Park for one week now and I noticed a marked improvement in both movement and stiffness of legs and energy levels after only 2 days. His
Latest review: Please be careful!!! This product works well if you follow the directions. I had used it before with no problems but the last time I used it I applied way too much and the budgie swallowed some and
Latest review: A few pumps off this Australian made insecticide and repellant and mosquitoes stopped biting puppy. Needs to be applied daily. This product is available at coles and Woolworths in pet section. Paired
Latest review: I have a jackhuahua rescue dog with severe fear aggression, anxiety, and night terrors which cause him to attack me in his sleep. Many years of patience has essentially cured the fear aggression and
Latest review: It is prescribed for my Siamese queen when she is in heat, and it works. She has little to no side effects, and her incessant and loud calling is more bearable for her human and feline housemates.
Latest review: During washing my Pomeranian he experienced a short seizure. It was the first time I used this on him and he had never had a seizure before. Not sure if its the product but just putting it out there
Latest review: This has also happened to all 3 of my cats. and the hair on their back has become very thin. My cats have been very agitated since. I have rewashed them with straight water only and this has not
Latest review: This medication has caused my dog to completely lose his hearing in 2 days of using it. This company only used 161 dogs in their test study before releasing it to the public. That’s a very small test
Latest review: No difference. I have used it in the car, in my bed in thunderstorms. In my car for 2 dogs with travel anxiety used in conjunction with adaptil collars. No difference.