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Use accredited compounding pharmacy only(Pergolide & enrofloxacin)
11/7/2011 9:08:26 PM
I only use ones well labeled by my vet.
11/7/2011 7:58:05 PM
I really don't use drugs with my horses. They are well fed, and receive routine vet care
11/7/2011 6:01:56 PM
Why would my vet do that....give me/my horse something that was not FDA approved?
11/7/2011 10:24:37 AM
I have confidence in my vet to provide care for my horse, including meds.
11/7/2011 7:35:41 AM
A compounded drug from the pharmacy is no more risky than offshore manufactured big name products.
11/6/2011 6:24:27 AM
compounded pergolide has been working so far
11/5/2011 11:32:57 PM
I have used compounded drug that helps hives when my horses are bitten by bugs
11/5/2011 11:28:49 AM
I've had the experience of the compounding companies not putting the active ingredient in their meds
11/5/2011 9:41:40 AM
I trust my compounding pharmacy.
11/4/2011 5:21:26 PM
just becouse the FDA approved the drug doesnt mean that it has been tested for side effects which ca
11/4/2011 4:34:20 PM
I have used compounded prescriptions for my own health. I have an excellent pharmacist.
11/4/2011 3:59:28 PM
just can't get my head around Ifeel my comfort level is with FDA drugs.t..
11/4/2011 7:13:12 AM
Oh dear. We're back to the boring surveys!
11/3/2011 5:31:04 PM
It depends entirely on the pharmacist & their practices
11/3/2011 4:23:32 PM
have only used an injectable version of ReguMate
11/3/2011 4:11:05 PM
I'm not really comfortable giving any drugs unless I know ALL about them.
11/3/2011 3:54:20 PM
I dont use compound drugs
11/3/2011 3:37:16 PM
haven't had to do this.
11/3/2011 3:30:09 PM
Why force Nasty flavored Wormer when a little apple flavor makes it fun?
11/3/2011 3:29:30 PM
If my vet approves, its okay with me. I trust her medical knowledge for my pony.
11/3/2011 3:06:30 PM
I use only commercially available FDA approved drugs from a licensed pharmacist.
11/3/2011 3:03:40 PM
As long as it comes from a reputable compounding company
11/3/2011 8:57:40 AM
depends on circumstances and has to be vet recommended
11/2/2011 7:53:28 PM
But only if ordered by my vet
11/2/2011 7:48:32 PM
I use compounder Pergolide, very cost effective and potent
11/2/2011 6:19:17 PM
If my vet thinks they work well than so do I
11/2/2011 5:33:20 PM
I have used them before with success.
11/2/2011 4:59:39 PM
If my vet recommends it, I'm OK with it.
11/2/2011 4:25:05 PM
Yes, where there are no FDA options; pergolide is the big one
11/2/2011 12:21:19 PM
As a DAM, I obtain my compounded drugs from a single reputable company.
11/2/2011 11:30:35 AM
compunded drugs can be tailored to individual needs and are easier to administer, getting full dose
11/2/2011 10:56:26 AM
Based on vets recommendation only.
11/2/2011 10:53:41 AM
I would need discussion with my vet re efficacy and rationale for using instead of approved drugs
11/2/2011 10:09:33 AM
the FDA is overprotective-there are many off-label useful drugs
11/2/2011 9:35:36 AM
Some drugs are only available as compounded drugs (pergolide)
11/2/2011 9:28:12 AM
Compounded Pergolide has been a lifesaver for my gelding.
11/2/2011 9:10:56 AM
Have used compounded drugs for some time now with no problems. We raise and race Standardbreds.
11/2/2011 8:09:26 AM
only if my vet prescribes it and can assure me of the product's safety
11/2/2011 7:07:39 AM
Yes but i rely on my vet for reputable pharmacies. Only his recommendation is satisfactory.
11/1/2011 9:48:29 PM
i am using pergolide and have used compounded eye meds. sometimes there is no choice.
11/1/2011 8:57:42 PM
If recommended / overseen by my vet
11/1/2011 8:52:04 PM
I use a pharmacy highly recommended by others.
11/1/2011 8:24:01 PM
But, it would depend on the compounding Pharmacy
11/1/2011 8:02:46 PM
I use a compounder highoy recommended by my vet.
11/1/2011 7:00:07 PM
Yes, but only when my vet approves & utilizes the compounding manufacturer, too.
11/1/2011 6:20:16 PM
under certain circumstances
11/1/2011 4:34:52 PM
Absolutely! Been using compounded pergolide for 8 years - great results and affordable!
11/1/2011 4:23:17 PM
Sad to say but almost ALL OUR DRUGS come from overseas and there is little control out of country.
11/1/2011 4:16:03 PM
A qualified "yes". So far, no problems.
11/1/2011 4:11:32 PM
Compounded pergolide is affordable.
11/1/2011 4:10:05 PM
yes, if my vet prescribes it
11/1/2011 4:05:46 PM
I use a pharmacy that I can depend on. I think that is what you have to check out before using them.
11/1/2011 3:56:59 PM
Pergolide has been working great, don't need to spend more then twice as much for the same results
11/1/2011 3:46:47 PM
I used compounded pergolide for my Cushings horse
11/1/2011 2:21:29 PM
Yes if there are no other options available. Still use caution.
11/1/2011 11:49:21 AM
The compounding pharmacy I use is highly respected, & also provides compounded "human meds".
11/1/2011 11:37:31 AM
The FDA drug companies screw up too.....
11/1/2011 11:00:41 AM
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