Re: Transitioning from prascend to compounded pergolide


Deb Walker
 

I started Scotty with a liquid compounded Pergolide, and after nearly a year of not seeing a lot, discovered that was probably a mistake. There are a lot of files here, including some of mine, that state how the liquid compounded versions do not hold their potency. Who would have known? I have since informed my vet. We now use Pet Health Pharmacy and he is getting 4 mg pergolide which actually equals about 3 mg Prascend, and he is doing well. I get the capsules, and after trial and error making sure they are consumed, I just stick one way back in the corner of his cheek, hold my hands over his face/teeth, and wait for it to go down. Otherwise, he got so he wouldn't even take a treat from me because I had meds mixed in.
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Deb and Scotty I/R, PPID
Pecatonica Illinois, May 13, 2019
Case History:
 https://ecir.groups.io/g/CaseHistory/files/Deb%20and%20Scotty
Photos:
https://ecir.groups.io/g/CaseHistory/album?id=90619

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