Petcam Oral Suspension (Meloxicam) - 1.5mg (10mL)

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  • General Info
  • How To Use
  • Dosage
  • Side effects
  • Precautions

Brand Name : Petcam Oral Suspension

Generic Name: Meloxicam |

Manufacturer : Cipla

About Petcam Oral Suspension: Petcam Oral Suspension (Meloxicam) can be used to help reduce the pain from osteoarthritis, it is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication recommended for dogs.

How to use Petcam Oral Suspension


Petcam Oral Suspension (Meloxicam) can be used to help reduce the pain from osteoarthritis, it is a non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory medication recommended for dogs.

Petcam Oral Suspension Dosage


Follow the vet`s instructions to ensure safe dosage and administration as your dog`s prescription will depend on your dog`s medical history and the exact condition being treate. Shake the bottle well and attach the syringe to the bottle before turning it upside down. Pull the plunger to the required amount of Petcam Oral Suspension (Meloxicam) before turning the bottle back to its original state. Then remove the syringe and administer to your dog.

Never give directly to puppies or small breeds, the medicine should instead be added to their food.Only use when prescribed by a veterinarian. Never share this medicine with other dogs even if their symptoms appear to be exactly the same. Never double-up your dog`s dose to compensate for missed doses.

Petcam Oral Suspension Side Effects


Stop administering Petcam Oral Suspension (Meloxicam) and speak to your vet if any of the following side effects occur.

  • Vomiting
  • Decrease in appetite
  • Changes to your dog`s behavior
  • Diarrhea
  • Stools may be bloody
  • Lethargy

Petcam Oral Suspension Precautions


Always inform your vet of any allergies your dog has. Also be sure the vet is aware of any other medication the dog is taking (including supplements), and knows if the dog is either pregnant or nursing puppies.

It is particularly important your vet is aware of any previous bleeding disorders, problems of any kind related to the kidney, heart, or liver, or dehydration.

Petcam Oral Suspension (Meloxicam) should not be given to puppies under the age of 6 months.