Your goal as an oncologist is to provide effective treatment while maintaining a good quality of life. Our goal is to reduce the struggle and stress that pet owners commonly face when medicating their sick pets, so that they can enjoy the time they have together.
Each compounded chemotherapy medication is made to order, so you can ensure that your patients get the exact dose they need for their unique treatment plan. Our pharmacy also provides a wide range of formulations for supportive medication therapy that can make medication time easier for pet owners and help maintain the human-animal bond.
Best Pet Rx also provides free and fast delivery on all orders, so your patients can start medication therapy right away!
Best Pet Rx chemotherapy formulations are made in capsule form only.
Chemotherapy is delivered the 2nd business day after order confirmation.
All chemotherapy shipments include gloves and detailed handling instructions.
* also available in flavored Micro-Tabs
Dasatinib 0 – 25mg
Imatinib 0 – 550mg
Lapatinib 0 – 300mg
Olaparib 0 – 150mg
Palbociclib 0 – 6mg
Sirolimus 0 – 7mg
Sorafenib 0 – 200mg
Toceranib 0 – 225mg
Trametinib 0 – 5mg
Vorinostat 0 – 700mg
Additional medications may be available upon request.
Please check with the pharmacy for drugs or strengths not on this list.
Pets undergoing chemotherapy may experience a range of side effects. Medication therapy is commonly prescribed for patients experiencing GI discomfort – nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and loss of appetite. Inappetence can be especially difficult to treat, as giving medications orally becomes particularly challenging. Best Pet Rx offers a range of customized formulations to help pet owners give supportive medications easily and
regularly – easing symptoms and reducing medication time stress!
To learn more, please view the short case overview videos below.
The following video excerpts are from RACE approved Continuing Education presentations made in June and October, 2021.
They describe specific compliance challenges that were solved with customized medication therapy.
Improving Medication Compliance
Prophylaxis of Side Effects
Maintaining the Human-Animal Bond
Each case is presented with the permission of the prescribing veterinarian. The cases presented and associated outcomes are specific to these patients only. Decisions regarding the use of compounded medications are the sole responsibility of the prescribing veterinarian. The choice of drugs for each medication regimen was directed by the prescribing veterinarian.
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