• Pancrelipase has been prescribed by your veterinarian to help your pet digest fat, protein and sugars in its diet. If pets do not properly digest their food, they can get diarrhea. This medication aids in digestion and therefore, stops the diarrhea.

  • Paroxetine is used to treat a variety of behavioral disorders in dogs and cats. It may be used to correct aggressive behavior, thunderstorm phobias and excessive licking and hair pulling. Paroxetine is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressant.

  • Penicillin antibiotics are effective against a range of infections caused by gram positive and gram negative bacteria. This medication has been prescribed for your pet to treat a bacterial infection.

  • Phenobarbital is used to help control seizures in dogs and cats. It may be used alone or with other medication.

  • Phenoxybenzamine is use to reduce internal urethral sphincter tone. It will allow your pet to pass urine more easily. Phenoxybenzamine is classified as an alpha-adrenergic blocking agent. Phenoxybenzamine may be used for other conditions as determined by your veterinarian.

  • Phenylbutazone is a synthetic non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication used for lowering fever, pain management and to reduce inflammation. It may be prescribed to your pet to treat osteoarthritis, rheumatism and/or inflammation.

  • Phytonadione is used to treat animals that have been poisoned with warfarin or bishydroxycoumarin. These poisons may result in bleeding problems in the animal. This medication helps to stop bleeding. Phytonadione may be used for other conditions as prescribed by your veterinarian.

  • Pimobendan is used to treat congestive heart failure in dogs. This medication helps to strengthen the muscular contractions of the heart and dilates blood vessels.

  • Piroxicam is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication. It is used most often to treat dogs with transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder, squamous cell carcinoma or mammary adenocarcinoma. It may be used to help manage pain associated with degenerative joint disease.

  • Polysulfated glycosaminoglycan is used to control the signs associated with non-infectious degenerative and/or traumatic arthritis in dogs. This medication is a member of a unique class of drugs called Disease-Modifying Osteoarthritis Drugs (DMOAD).