Vigamox on dogs

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One should never use a prescription medication on someone (something) for which it does not have a medical doctors approval. It is always wrong to assume a medication for a human can double for use on <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dogs</span> and other animals. Some are toxic. This noted, there are in fact cases of over-the-counter and home-remedies that humans use that can be used on a dog, but not until one knows it is in general done with good success. Don't be the test case.
I took him to his pediatrician and he ruled out pink eye and an object in his eye. He gave us a prescription for the eye called <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vigamox</span>, which is a strong antibiotic, and said he had some kind of allergic reaction to something. The swollen eye went down after a day and the redness was slowing disappearing. I also took him to an eye specialist the other day and he ruled out anything serious and said he may simply have allergies.
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