Compounding for Veterinarians

The practice of pharmacy compounding is becoming a popular solution to veterinary problems. Its resurgence in recent years extends valuable benefits to today’s pet owners. Animals often have variations of the same diseases humans can have, including skin rashes, eye and ear infections, heart conditions, cancer, and diabetes. Medicating pets presents unique problems that often are best dealt with through compounding.

As any pet owner is well aware, animals can be extremely difficult to treat with medications. Cats are notorious for refusing to swallow pills. Dosages can be very tricky with dogs – a dose of medication that works for an 80-pound Golden Retriever may be far too much for a six-pound Yorkie to handle. Large and exotic pets, such as horses, rabbits, birds, ferrets, and reptiles, pose many unique medication challenges. We at Stuart Ellis Pharmacy are equipped to help them all.

Common Feline Compounds

Behavioral Issues
  • Amitriptyline 20mg/ml Oral Suspension • Amitriptyline 5mg/0.1ml topical in Lipoderm
  • Amlodipine 0.625mg/0.2ml topical in Lipoderm
  • Atenolol 6.25mg/0.1ml topical in Lipoderm
  • Benazepril 5mg/ml Oral Suspension
  • Captopril 5mg/ml Oral Solution
  • Enalapril 7.5mg/ml Oral Suspension
  • Loperamide 10% topical in Lipoderm
  • Methimazole 5mg/ml Oral Suspension
  • Methimazole 5mg/0.1ml topical in Lipoderm
  • Calcitriol 10 nanogram/0.2ml Oral Solution
Stomach Issues
  • Famotidine 2.5mg/0.1ml topical in Lipoderm
  • Metoclopramide 2mg/0.1ml topical in PLO gel
Common Canine Compounds Behavior Issues
  • Fluoxetine 10mg/ml Oral Syrup
  • Clomipramine 5mg/ml Oral Suspension
  • Enalapril 7.5mg/ml Oral Suspension
  • Pimobendan 0.6mg/ml Oral Suspension
Motion Sickness
  • Acepromazine 25mg/ml Oral Suspension
  • Acepromazine 5mg/0.3ml topical in Lipoderm

We are also able to incorporate many other medications including analgesics, antibiotics, and antifungals into liquids and treats flavored to your animal’s liking.