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Old June 23rd, 2008, 06:38 PM
Jill Carlson Jill Carlson is offline
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Vanectyl P for cats

I have a 7 yr. old Siamese Female Cat who was recently diagnosed with: -
heart is on the wrong side and the arteries leading to her heart are like threads, her lungs x-rayed almost black. Despite all this she is doing ok.
The vet has put her on antibotics and Vanectyl P which is suppose to open up the blood vessels and allow to breathe easier, however, she hates them and throws the pill up. Does anyone know of alternatives or a homeopathic remedy I could use for her. She just very stressed going to the vet and taking the Vanectyl that her breathing gets much worse.
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Old June 23rd, 2008, 07:11 PM
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I would definitely talk to the vet before making any changes. Does she throw it up right away or later? Have you tried pill pockets? They work for some.
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Old June 23rd, 2008, 08:21 PM
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I would definitely talk to the vet before making any changes.
Ditto Badger. One of my dogs is on Vanectyl for allergies and I never heard about a alternatives or a homeopathic remedy. Have you tried giving it in some salmon , sardines , any treat she likes ?
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