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Client satisfaction, full compliance, and practice profitability are some of the many reasons you should consider injectables for your canine and feline patients!

Injectables provide a convenient treatment
Injectables provide 100% compliance, which eliminates the risk of missed doses during oral treatment
3 in 4 pet owners prefer to hear all options regardless of price1

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Explore the Zoetis Suite of Products

  • Cerenia Injectable

    Veterinarians’ #1 choice for the treatment of vomiting in dogs and cats2,3

  • Convenia

    Effective treatment of common canine and feline bacterial skin infections, wounds, and abscesses4-6

  • Solensia

    The first and only FDA-approved treatment to control osteoarthritis (OA) pain in cats

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: Use Cerenia Injectable for vomiting in cats 4 months and older. Use subcutaneously for acute vomiting in dogs 2 to 4 months of age or either subcutaneously or intravenously in dogs 4 months of age and older. Safe use has not been evaluated in cats and dogs with gastrointestinal obstruction, or those that have ingested toxins. Use with caution in cats and dogs with hepatic dysfunction. Pain and vocalization upon injection is a common side effect. In people, topical exposure may elicit localized allergic skin reactions, and repeated or prolonged exposure may lead to skin sensitization. See full Prescribing Information at CereniaInjectablePI.com.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: People with known hypersensitivity to penicillin or cephalosporins should avoid exposure to Convenia. Do not use in animals with a history of allergic reactions to penicillins or cephalosporins. Side effects for both dogs and cats include vomiting, diarrhea, decreased appetite/anorexia, and lethargy. See full Prescribing Information at ConveniaPI.com.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: For use in cats only. Women who are pregnant, trying to conceive, or breastfeeding should take extreme care to avoid self-injection. Hypersensitivity reactions, including anaphylaxis, could potentially occur with self-injection. Solensia should not be used in breeding cats or in pregnant or lactating queens. Solensia should not be administered to cats with known hypersensitivity to frunevetmab. The most common adverse events reported in a clinical study were vomiting and injection site pain. See full Prescribing Information at SolensiaPI.com.