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Chemotherapy: Cyclophosphamide

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Chemotherapy: Cyclophosphamide

If your pet has cancer, Cyclophosphamide tablets are one of the chemotherapy drugs that may be used.

Always follow the instructions provided by your veterinarian when administering cyclophosphamide to your dog at home.

What is Cyclophosphamide?

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Handling Cyclophosphamide tablets at home

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When should I give my dog Cyclophosphamide?

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What if I miss a dose or give an extra dose?

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My dog is unwell, should I still give the drug?

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Will the drug interfere with my dog’s other medication?

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Will my dog have any side-effects?

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Handling your dog

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