Use the sorting tools to browse drug information and appendices. You can also browse by starting letter.
Use the drop-down in the search bar to narrow your search to drug monographs or pet owner guides, our veterinary drug information sheets for pet owners.
Click on the drug name to view the monograph or use the quick links for Dosages and Dosage Forms directly from the search results to get you right to the information you need. You can also use the icons on each search tile to select , print , or email a pet owner guide.
At the top of each drug monograph, quick links to Dosages and Dosage Forms will take you to these frequently accessed sections. Or use the table of contents on the left side of each drug monograph to navigate directly to the section you need.
Each Plumb’s™ drug monograph is continually updated by our expert team of veterinarians and veterinary pharmacists. Watch for the New and Updated tags.
This tool currently covers 37,000+ interactions between frequently used drugs, with new interactions being continually added. To learn more about a classification, click on the blue information icon .
Human‑specific drug interaction tools don’t list veterinary drugs or species‑specific data. The Plumb’s™ drug interaction checker contains animal‑specific information and helps ensure safer dispensing for your veterinary patients.
Calculating a dose? Once you have your weight conversion, click Calculator to enter the calculator mode with your converted result.
Easily print medication guides directly from Plumb’s™ and send them home with pet owners alongside their prescriptions. There’s even a spot at the top of each guide to add a prescription label. Or email guides directly from Plumb’s™—without revealing your email address to the pet owner.
Select multiple guides by clicking on the plus icon beside each guide. From there, you can print or email your entire selection at once.
Whether you’re printing or emailing, you can include special instructions for the pet owner. For example, you might note any additional instructions their veterinarian provided with the prescription, pass along administration information, or document any discussion with the pet owner during the dispensing process.
Substances that are considered relatively nontoxic for human patients can cause serious toxicity or adverse effects in veterinary patients. Find out which common compounds you need to watch for when you dispense medications for animals.
Review a list of 6 key ways to prevent medication errors when filling veterinary prescriptions. These tips will help you avoid dangerous mistakes next time a veterinary prescription crosses your counter.
Vast differences in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics exist between species—and even between breeds of the same species. Awareness of these differences is critical for understanding variations in dosages and dosing regimens between species.