Re: [FH] atenolol
- In a message dated 7/1/2005 11:50:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> I get mine compounded into a liquid. There's no way that I could ever get aMy mother's cat, Pyewacket is on atenolol for his heart and tapazole for his
> pill in Pepper and this is so easy!
thyroid, which are compounded into a liquid. I just put it in his food (he's
visiting me right now) and he laps it right up. Would that my own cat were
that easy to medicate.
> FYI - The price can often be negotiated. Ask before you have it filled. IDefinitely shop around. I get all my prescriptions at a small, local
> recently switched pharmacies and am now getting it for about half of what
> the old place was charging.
pharmacy, Conley's. They compound, and Pyewacket's one-month supply of
atenolol/tapazole compound was exactly $30.
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened."
- Anatole France
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From: "bo1024" <rhbutlerjr@...>
> Can you get this in liquid form or flavor compound? I have such a smart cat itDoes she like treats? Spice takes Atenolol (1/2 of a 25 mg. tablet) every morning wrapped in a half of a pill pocket. His Lasix goes in the other half.
> is getting hard to get her meds in her.
Here's a site that describes them and also has a store locator and links to places to buy them online. <http://www.pillpockets.com/index_fs.htm>
Marge, Sugar, Spice (HCM), Creamsicle, and Callie
Bridge Kitties Felix and Oscar
Kitties at <http://tinyurl.com/s8ab>