Handling veterinary medicines safely

Quick and practically applicable insight into the risks of the veterinary medicines in your daily practice. Search by active substance and see what risks apply per administration form and how to handle them safely.

A growing database carefully prepared by and for veterinary professionals



Active substances



Uses from daily practice

Clear advice through handy colour coding

As a veterinarian or veterinary assistant, you come into contact with various active substances daily. Some are risk-free, but others do require safe handling.

The colour coding is based on a carefully considered combination of active substance, administration form, and concentration. National and international standards have been used for this, leading to empirical advice for you in practice.


No or limited (reversible) health effect


Potentially risky substance that can cause a hypersensitivity reaction


Acute toxicity, carcinogenic, mutagenic, reprotoxic risk, and risk of respiratory allergy


Request the kit for your own practice

Make your colleagues aware of the importance of responsible administration and order the kit for your practice free of charge. Label the pharmacy with stickers (A, B, C) so that everyone can see at a glance which veterinary medicines require extra attention during administration to prevent exposure.

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Frequently Asked Questions