Sounds like you have everything well under control. I think that the fact that
he was put on four weeks of Doxy for the Bartonella will also help for FeLV,
though my sense is that I would have kept him on it for another two weeks.
Just keep an eye for any signs of anemia. Keep
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On Fri, Mar 1, 2019, 4:11 PM Lorrie wrote:
> > ~~@~@~@~@~@
> > *Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me,
> > Christ beneath me, Christ above me. **St. Patrick*
> This is a group for feline
> *Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me,
> Christ beneath me, Christ above me. **St. Patrick*
This is a group for feline leukemia, not a religious group.
Thank you, good points. In my state, the compounding pharmacies were (last
time I checked-2014) allowed to use drugs the customer brings in, but it does
require an rx saying what strength to produce, etc. I guess my vet could have
rx’ed it directly to the pharmacy.
Yes that is worth a try if your pharmacist will do that. NYS requires a
script for compounding and they don't compound anything we bring into them
i.e. cat is given pills, cat won't take pills, they can't compound those
pills into something they will take, they need a script from vet and then
Back in 2014 I purchased just 5 or so capsules of a human anti-cancer drug for
Chewy Joey, who had an aggressive lymphoma/leukemia. The compounding pharmacy
nearby was able to titrate those down into many capsules containing a cat-size
dose. So that's something I might try.
You are welcome :-D
*Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me,
Christ beneath me, Christ above me. — **St. Patrick*
On Fri, Mar 1, 2019 at 11:10 AM LORRAINE JOHNSTON
> Thank you, Pam and Ardy.
Thank you, Pam and Ardy.
> On February 28, 2019 at 11:20 PM Ardy Robertson wrote:
> Another online compounding pharmacy I have used and liked, is Diamond
> Back Drugs in Arizona.
> Ardy Robertson
> From: Felvtalk On Behalf Of Pam
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