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  • Levetiracetam is used to help control seizures in dogs. It may be used alone or with other medication such as phenobarbital or bromides to help control seizures.

  • Levothyroxine is used to treat low thyroid levels. This medication belongs to the general group of medicines called hormones. It is used when the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormone.

  • Lincomycin is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections. This medication may be used to treat upper respiratory infections, skin infections, inflammation of the kidneys and inflammation of the uterus.

  • Lomustine is used to treat lymphoma and tumors of the central nervous system in dogs and cats. It may be used to treat other forms of cancer as well.

  • Loperamide is used to help manage diarrhea in dogs. It helps stop diarrhea by slowing down motility (movement) in the intestines. Loperamide has also been used to treat acute colitis and malabsorption/maldigestion.

  • Lufenuron is classified as an insect development inhibitor. Your veterinarian has prescribed this medication for the control of fleas.

  • L-Lysine is an amino acid used to decrease the severity of symptoms such as inflammation of the eye (conjunctivitis) caused by feline herpesvirus type1.

  • Marbofloxacin is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic. This medication has been prescribed to treat a bacterial infection in your dog. This medication should not be administered to small and medium breed dogs less than 8 months of age, large breed dogs less than 12 months of age and giant breed dogs less than 18 months of age.

  • Maropitant is a medication (technically a neurokinin receptor antagonist) that makes stimulation of the vomit center extremely difficult. In dogs 16 weeks and older, it is used to prevent vomiting due to motion sickness and to prevent acute vomiting which may be associated with many illnesses.

  • Medroxy progesterone acetate (MPA) is a hormone. It may be used in cats to treat behavior problems (i.e. roaming, inter male aggressive behavior, spraying, mounting), hair loss and inflammation of the skin. In dogs, it has been used for treating benign prostatic hyperplasia. MPA may be used for other conditions as determined by your veterinarian.

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