Posted on March 01 2019
Did you know that here at Mountainside Medical Equipment, we serve medical supplies to our two-legged friends, but our furry, four-legged ones as well? Whether you're a pet parent or in the Veterinary profession, we know you love your animal companions just as much as we do!
Whether you are a Veterinarian, groomer, or a pet owner, we are here to make your jobs a little easier - offering a wide variety of reliable Veterinary medical supply products at a great low price! Shop our line of veterinary care products here, and see our best sellers below!
Mountainside Medical's Best Selling Veterinary Care Products
King Kalm CBD Oil is made from high quality hemp-derived cannabidiol and is infused with Omega-3 Krill Oil. Our furry friends have an Endocannabinoid System just like we do, and that means their homeostasis and overall health depends on a healthy Endocannabinoid System as much as our does. Each dose here contains 2.5mg of hemp CBD, plus balanced Omega-3, Omega-6 fatty acids.
King Kalm CBD may reduce anxiety in pets, including separation anxiety, increase energy and alertness, decrease chronic pain from inflammation, arthritis or old age, has been proven to reduce epilepsy and seizure activity, and is a powerful antioxidant for immune health. Consult with your Veterinary professional before use.
To read more about the benefits of hemp derived CBD for dogs and cats, click here.
Silver Sulfadiazine 1% Cream is a topical, antimicrobial cream that resists gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. It quickly and efficiently treats skin burns on humans, dogs, horses, and even cows. This product prevents bacteria from growing on the skin, prevents and treats wound sepsis on patients with 2nd and 3rd degree burns, and provides immediate relief.
Unfortunately, pets can develop Diabetes just as humans can. When that happens, let BD U-40 Veterinary Insulin Syringes be there. These electro polished syringes ensure for a smooth delivery of insulin to the patient. The 29 gauge x 1/2" needle is carefully designed to make insulin administration more comfortable for pets, which may protect them from squirming and sustaining injuries during the injection process. The fine point tip makes insertion easier, and the 12.7mm length accomodates a variety of skin thickness and fur densities. The 29 gauge thickness reduces the risk of bending or breaking if a pet moves, and the 1/2 unit scale marks to reduce the risk of over or under dosing the pet.
Rabavert Rabies Vaccine Kit is a rabies shot for humans administered as soon as possible after exposure to prevent the rabies virus. Rabies is caused by a virus that can be passed to humans through the bite of an infected animal. Rabies doesn't generally spread from person to person, though very rarely, it could spread during an organ transplant.
For more information about Rabies, and how you can protect yourself and your pet, read here.
Welch Allyn Suretemp Plus Electronic Thermometer has an ergonomic design, is easy to use, and provides readings that are extremely accurate. This device will measure temperatures in the oral, rectal, and axillary parts of the body. Holding up to 6,000 readings with last temp recall, this thermometer captures readings on all patient types and delivers results in 4-6 seconds (oral) or 10-13 seconds! (rectal)
The Deluxe Pet First Aid Kit is a great tool for any pet owner to keep on hand, in the event of minor medical emergencies. This companion animal first aid kit features a well organized layout, comprehensive variety of pet emergency supplies, and a pet first aid instruction guide!
7. K9 Naloxone Kit
K9 Naloxone Kits are provided to treat and revive dog overdoses. Police dogs used to detect narcotics are now in danger of ingesting these potentially fatal drugs. This K9 Naloxone Kit reverses that! Reports indicate that more K9s are suffering opioid overdoses in the line of duty by accidentally ingesting substances during detection. Because of that, police forces are now stocking their K9 units with Narcan Kits to control overdoses.
To read and learn more about our K9 Naloxone Kits, please click on this blog post here.
Always consult with your Veterinary Care professional before giving your pet any medication, supplement, or starting them on a health regimen.