The best way to give any liquid medication to cats, dogs, and other small animals is east. Start by opening the mouth, squeezing the medication through the syringe into the inside of the cheek pocket. Then lightly clamp the mouth closed with your hand and lightly blow on your cat or dog’s nose. The blowing stimulates a swallowing reflex in cats and gods automatically, ensure they swallow and retain the active ingredients.
It is often easier to wrap your cat or dog in a blanket to prevent his or her claws from getting to you. If you can, having a second person help makes the process a great deal easier. If one person administers the medication while another holds the mouth open and can close it quickly, you increase the likelihood of success.
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If you fall outside our local delivery range, as an official US Postal Substation, we can also easily ship your medications to you. We ship most medications for free, and also offer expedited shipping if you need. As we grow, we also serve patients and prescribers in multiple states.