What is Genesis Topical Spray?
Who is it for?
What are the benefits?
How does Genesis Topical Spray work?
Is there a generic equivalent available?
How is it given?
What results can I expect?
What form(s) does it come in?
Common Drug Name
What should I discuss with my veterinarian while considering Genesis Topical Spray?
Have your veterinarian or veterinary technician show you how to properly clean the skin area prior to applying Genesis.
Notify your veterinarian of any other medications or supplements your dog is taking, and also if your dog has had any reactions to previous medications. Also tell your veterinarian if your pet is pregnant.
What should I do if I miss a dose?
What is the most important information I should know?
Who should not take it?
Prevent oral ingestion of the medication. If ingested at high doses or for extended periods, corticosteroids can cause premature birth especially toward the end of pregnancy. In dogs, rabbits, and rodents, corticosteroids can cause birth defects. Corticosteroids, if given at high doses or for extended periods, can cause delayed wound healing and immunosuppression resulting in an increased risk of bacterial or fungal infections.
Use with caution in animals with diabetes mellitus or Cushing's disease (hyperadrenocorticism).
What side effects may be seen when taking Genesis Topical Spray?
How is it stored?
What should I do if I know of or suspect there has been an overdose?
What should I avoid when giving my pet Genesis Topical Spray?
Where is more information available?