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PAN-uh-log - Pronunciation guide

Brand Names

  • Panalog Cream
  • Panalog Ointment


Rx symbolPanalog is a combination medication in cream or ointment form that is used to treat inflammatory ear infections and skin infections. Panalog has antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, anti-itch, and antifungal components. The ingredients include Nystatin, neomycin sulfate, thiostrepton, and triamcinolone, which are active against susceptible bacteria and yeast.


Panalog is used in the treatment of dermatitis, due to parasite infection, eczema, seborrhea, and inflammatory ear infections.

Dosage and Administration

Panalog is available in both cream and ointment forms. It should be used exactly as directed by a veterinarian. Application may range from once a day to once a week, or up to 2-3 times a day, depending on the severity of the condition. The skin or ear should be cleansed before use and the cream or ointment applied topically to the skin or the ear(s).

Side Effects

Any side effects would be related to the individual ingredients used in this medication. Side effects may include increased thirst and urination, vomiting, and diarrhea, due to sensitivity to corticosteroids. Sensitivity to neomycin may cause redness, irritation, and swelling. In case of side effects, contact a veterinarian.


Care should be taken to avoid medication coming in contact with the eyes.

Panalog is a prescription drug and is FDA approved for use in cats and dogs, and it is common practice with veterinarians to use on horses.

Panalog would be forbidden in any drug-free competition. It is important to check with the proper regulatory group.


Panalog may increase or affect the effectiveness of other antibiotic, antifungal, or corticosteroid medications being used topically, by mouth, or injection.


Overdose with this medication is unlikely. If overdose is suspected, consult a veterinarian for emergency treatment.


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