The user friendly and free MyVetProgram app from Elanco Companion Animal Health will help you remember to treat your pet. MyVetProgram will remind you on the day that treatments are due. It will also provide reminders ahead of treatment days giving you time to buy any necessary treatment or arrange an appointment with your veterinarian.


How to Pill a cat

This video shows you How to pill a cat and provides useful tips on how to make this process quicker and easier!

You can also download this leaflet on how to Pill a cat!


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Fleas & worms



Flea control is a vital part of pet ownership. Found throughout the world, you your family and your pets can be affected by these tiny blood sucking pests. To find out more about how to deal with fleas and Parasitology in general visit our Stop Fleas Fast Page which gives useful tips and information on how to deal with fleas. You can also watch our video on how to control fleas in cats and dogs.

Go to the website: Stop Fleas Fast

Video: Understanding how to control fleas in cats and dogs


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Elanco is committed to supplying first in class and best in class products to the equine veterinary market. Supported by beyond product value for both veterinary surgeon and horse owner.  Elanco strives to contribute towards improving horse health and welfare, not only through provision of excellent solutions and products, but also by a commitment to education and engagement.

Downloadable leaflets

Preventing Equine Influenza

Preventing the Spread of Infectious Disease

Preventing Tetanus

The Benefits of Vaccinating your Horse

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Pain Management

They can’t tell you about it, but animals feel pain the same way we do!

There can be few times as stressful to your pet and yourself as when your pet is undergoing surgery or is in pain. Elanco recognises this vital aspect of veterinary medicine and offers a broad range of innovative solutions applicable in the clinical areas of surgery and pain management. Elanco's portfolio focuses on innovation and revolutionary delivery technologies to support your vet's approach to surgery and pain management.

A pain-free dog is likely to have a better recovery from surgery.1 Dogs feel pain in a similar way to humans, therefore, it is very important for you as an owner to be involved in your dog's pain management regime throughout their treatment and after their operation.Pain-relieving medicines, known as analgesics, provide varying durations and levels of pain relief. Your vet will select the most appropriate ones for your pet.  If you have any questions about the most innovative and non-invasive pain-relieving treatments available for your pet or have any questions about the procedure your dog is having, ask your vet. 

Pain can be difficult to identify in dogs and the signs vary between individuals. Below is a list of changes you may see if your dog is in pain after surgery.

• Change in their routine
• Loss of appetite
• Depressed, inactive or uninterested in things going on around them
• Breaking of house-training
• Changes in facial expression
• Licking or staring at a painful part of the body, including the wound site
• Guarding or protecting a painful area from being touched or stroked
• Change in your pet’s attitude
• Less responsive to people they know
• More aggressive or fearful
• Hunched posture
• Whimpering, trembling, shivering and panting, which can be signs of more severe pain
• Restlessness, unable to settle down or sleep


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1. Grant D. Pain Management in Small Animals, Elsevier 2006: 08