No. FDA does not have a list of veterinary drugs that are no longer marketed. The Animal Drugs@FDA contains a list of products voluntarily withdrawn by their sponsors.
- Where do I go to report problems with flea and tick products?
- How do I report a pet food complaint?
- How do I report an adverse drug experience (ADE) in an animal?
- Do you have a list of discontinued veterinary drugs?
- Is it safe for me to provide my pet with a raw food diet?
- Are the pet medications sold online the same as those I get directly from the veterinarian?
- Where can I get information on a drug my veterinarian prescribed?
- Is it safe for me to give my pet pain relief products approved for use in humans such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen sodium?
- Can you explain the approval process for animal drugs?
- Does FDA regulate dietary supplements for animals?
- Is FDA responsible for regulating pesticides that are used in animal products?
- What are Veterinary Biologics (including vaccines) and is FDA responsible for these products?
- What is the role of the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) in FDA and what does CVM regulate?
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