5 Reasons Your Dog Itches: Starting from Scratch
Many trips to the animal hospital begin with a pet owner’s observation of scratching. Between skin allergies and skin infections, scratching is the most common complaint that brings dogs to veterinary clinics,4 and with good reason. When a dog is licking, biting and clawing until the skin is visibly broken, it points to an underlying problem that will require medical attention. Below are five leading causes of itching that afflict dogs and disrupt household life. Read More »
End the Pilling Battle with Your Pet
Dogs and cats are attracted to the smell and taste of many different things, but pill-flavored pet food isn’t one of them. A few, precious pets will voluntarily swallow a pill. Other dogs and cats are willing to ignore the pill if it’s masked in food. But at the end of the day, most pets don’t like being induced to take pills. Read on to learn more about methods you may have tried, as well as a potential solution. Read More »
Easier Skin Infection Treatment for Pets
Because CONVENIA is an injectable antibiotic, pet owners like Jane can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing her dog Luke is receiving his proper dose throughout the treatment period.
Safe Skin Infection Treatment for Pets
Hear Geoff explain the benefits his dog Misty receives from an injection of CONVENIA when compared with orally administered medications.
Our “Give a Dog a Shot” Shelter Partnership
This outreach program helps dogs at our partner shelters heal from common and troublesome bacterial skin infections by providing free CONVENIA antibiotic injections.
TJ’s Convenient Hot Spot Treatment
Long-time Golden Retriever breeder Mike introduces his dog TJ. When Mike couldn’t be there to pill TJ, his veterinarian treated him with one CONVENIA injection.
Understand the signs and causes of common skin conditions in cats and dogs. Learn how to provide your veterinarian with valuable information for identifying the underlying cause. Learn about the common therapies your veterinarian may prescribe. Learn More »