Cost of sedating a dog
A vet can also find out the size and shape of the dog’s heart and identify parts that may not be working well.
Enlarged lymph nodes and particular changes in the lungs indicate diseases like valley fever.
Tranquilizers and sedatives in pets can be used for a variety of reasons including helping to relax your pet while grooming, getting x-rays, drawing blood for tests or having surgery and are available by prescription from veterinarians only.
At Medi-Vet, we carry a wide number of prescription sedatives and tranquilizers in both tablets and injections forms from well-known manufacturers including Pfizer Animal Health, Lloyd Laboratories, Butler Schein, Boehringer Ingelheim and others.
From there, we have grown to be the #1 preferred supplier for pet medications to many licensed vets, drug wholesalers and pharmacies.
Now we offer products and meds for dogs, cats, horses, fish, birds and reptiles.
Vets also perform X-rays on the dog’s teeth where sections of the tooth roots or the jaw bone have infections.
Additionally, sections of the body like the inner structure of the heart, lungs or abdominal organs require advanced diagnostic procedures like ultrasound, MRI, or CT Scans.
While dog X-rays have become pretty common diagnostic procedures in different vet practices, it is important for dog owners to get acquainted with the steps involved before, during, and after the radio imaging.
Choose from popular medications including Acepromazine Maleate, Xylazine and Sedivet.
Med-Vet first began operations in an effort to provide the highest quality veterinarian supplies at the lowest possible cost to local humane societies and animal rescue groups.