Date: 2001-03-31 15:12:00 UTC
Subject: Re: [Ferret-Health-list] liquid heartworm med expire? 2nd
On 31 Mar 01, at 14:34, Susan D. wrote:
> I have a bottle of liquid heartworm that I got in March of 2000. I still
> have some left. Does anyone know if it will still be effective or if it
> expires after a certain amount of time?
Personally, without the name, without the expiration date I'd toss it.
> the name of the medicine is not on the label. Just my vet's office label.)
Why not? Was it on the bottle originally? I hope so. I'd hate think
that there wasn't a name or expiration date. If there wasn't, is this
normal for all medications of any kind that come from this clinic? I
can't speak for other states, but in this state antiparasitics aren't a
prescription, so much of the requirements don't apply to them as
they do for prescriptions. But it doesn't stop me from wondering
why the information isn't on your bottle.
Without a veterinarians saying that it's still good....I'd ditch the stuff.
Why not give your clinic a call and ask them, who'd know better
than they? ;-)
"Health is a journey, not a destination" - Deepak Chopra