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Palladia 50mg (30 Tablets) Prescription Required

$489.80
Prescription Upload Attached ? Upload a digital copy of your prescription from your vet. You will still need to post a hard copy to:
PetPA
PO BOX 11216
Palm Beach 3151
Papamoa
Prescription On File ? To be used when we already have your original prescription or has been emailed to us from your vet and you would like a repeat. Prescription sent to email pharmacy@yourpetpa.co.nz ? Select if you have personally emailed us a digital copy of your prescription. You will still need to post a hard copy to:
PetPA
PO BOX 11216
Palm Beach 3151
Papamoa
Prescription emailed directly from Vet Practice ? If your vet practice has emailed your prescription to pharmacy@yourpetpa.co.nz, there's no need to send us a hard copy.

Active Ingredients: Each tablet contains 50mg toceranib phosphate

Manufacturer: Zoetis

Prescription Medicine:

This is a prescription medicine, it is only available only under an approved veterinary authorisation. Please ensure that you have read the  "Order Prescription Medication" page before ordering this item.

All prescription medicines on the Your Pet PA website are purchased through veterinary wholesalers the same as those used by your Vet. All our products are ACVM or NZULM listed and identical to those used by your Veterinary Surgeon. Please call or email us if you have any queries about any of the products on our site.

* Prescription Animal Remedy (PAR) Class 1. For use under the authority or prescription of a veterinarian. Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997.

ACVM # A010834

  

 

Commonly asked questions about Palladia:

What are Palladia Tablets?
Palladia is a prescription chemotherapy drug used to treat mast cell tumours. The drug in Palladia is Toceranib.


Why do dogs use Palladia?
Palladia is prescribed to treat Patnaik grade II or III, recurrent, cutaneous mast cell tumours with or without regional lymph node involvement in dogs. 

What else should I know about Palladia?
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) interact with Palladia and should be used with caution. There are several other drugs that can affect the metabolism of Palladia including fluconazole, clarithromycin, and verapamil (just to name a few).
It is important to inform your pet's veterinarian of all medications, including over the counter drugs, before starting Palladia.


What problems could my dog have with Palladia?
Palladia should not be used in female breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs.
Its use should be cautioned in dogs under two years of age and those weighing less than 5kg. Palladia should be discontinued at least three days before surgery, if possible.
The most common side effects of Palladia include diarrhoea, decreased appetite, lameness, weight loss, and bloody stools. If your dog experiences severe diarrhoea or bleeding you should contact the veterinarian immediately.


How do you use Palladia?
Palladia may be given with or without food. Follow your veterinarian's directions.
Wear gloves when handling Palladia. Never crush, break, or split the Palladia tablets.
If there is a broken or moistened tablet in the bottle, handle all tablets left in the bottle with gloves on. Palladia can be found in your dog’s stools, vomit, and urine, so you should always wear gloves while cleaning up after your dog while on Palladia. Keep Palladia out of the reach of your pets and children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or may become pregnant, take extra caution when handling Palladia tablets if you must administer them.


What is in Palladia?
The drug in Palladia, Toceranib Phosphate, is a tyrosine kinase inhibitor. Toceranib helps stunt the growth and spreading of tumours. It can also help cut off the blood supply to the tumour.

Prescription Medications

Your PetPA facilitates the supply of restricted veterinary medicines (veterinary prescriptions) and is approved to do so by the Ministry of Primary Industries. When purchasing prescription medication through Your PetPA you know that:

  • All prescription medication supplied is sourced from New Zealand veterinary wholesalers.
  • All prescription medication available is registered with the New Zealand Government under the ACVM Act 1997 (Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary Medicines).

All prescription medication listed on the Your PetPA website is available for supply on acceptance of your order by our team and on receipt of the original prescription.

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