Percorten-V (desoxycorticosterone pivalate) is the only medication approved by the FDA for treating Canine Addison's Disease (hypoadrenocorticism). Percorten-V requires a prescription from your veterinarian. You will need a syringe to use Percorten-V, but it is not included in the package.
Vetsulin (porcine insulin zinc suspension) is the first and only FDA-approved insulin available in the U.S. for treating diabetic dogs and cats. Vetsulin controls levels of glucose in the blood to help alleviate diabetic symptoms. It's used with U-40 insulin syringes (sold separately). Vetsulin Insulin requires refrigeration.
U-40 Syringes are the preferred choice for insulin administration for ease-of-use and your pet's comfort. For veterinary use only with ProZinc Insulin. U-40 Syringes require a prescription from your veterinarian if you reside in Connecticut, Delaware, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Florida (Broward and Dade counties) or New York.
ProZinc is insulin combined with zinc and protamine which helps to prolong the release of the insulin into your cat's body. ProZinc requires a prescription from your veterinarian. U-40 Syringes are sold separately. ProZinc Cat Insulin requires refrigeration and must be kept at refrigerator temperatures at all times.
Methimazole is used to treat hyperthyroidism in cats. It has largely replaced propylthiouracil in this treatment process since it has a lower incidence of adverse side effects. Methimazole requires a prescription from your veterinarian, and is sold per tablet.
Selegiline, also known as L-Deprenyl, is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) that treats Cushing's Disease and Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (senility). Selegiline requires a prescription from your veterinarian.
The 3cc (3ml) Luer-Slip syringe with 3/4" 22 g Needle is a syringe that works with Adequan, which controls the symptoms of arthritis, or Percorten-V, which controls Addison's Disease. The syringe comes with a needle and allows up to 3 cc (3 ml) of medication for your pet.