Om Bagade*, Neha Nemlekar, Riddhi Patel
Animal provide us with companionship, recreation, and manual labor. Just like a human these animal receive medicine to keep them healthy, and the reasons for producing single dose veterinary dosage forms is the same as those in humans; to permit delivery of an active in a forms that is effective, safe, and able to handled and administered by the end user. This review provides the basic background in the design and evaluation of veterinary dosage forms. The basic dosage forms are describe according to their pharmaceutical characteristic, whereas the description of advanced drug delivery system are organized according to route of administration. In contrast in the veterinary field, the major reasons for developing a drug into a long-acting drug delivery system is to minimize animal handling to reduce the stress to the animals from repeated administration and to reduce the cost of treatment in the terms of money and time spent by the end user on drug administration.
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