I understand that the use of some medications in the treatment of my animal constitutes “off label” use. This is defined as “actual or intended use of a drug in a manner that is not in accordance with the approved labeling” and in this instance describes use either in a species not listed on the labeling or for indications not listed on the labeling. Many human-approved drugs are commonly used in veterinary medicine even though they have not been approved in veterinary patients, because no species-specific approved product is available. Some medications have been approved for one species but not yet for another; again, they are often used for non-approved species because no species-specific product is available. AHO doctors only use non-approved products when anecdotal or empirical evidence has shown no danger.
Animal Hospital of Ovilla is to use all reasonable precautions against injury of my pet, but will not be held liable or responsible in any manner in connection therewith as it is thoroughly understood that I assume all risks.