I have a really off topic question but it is bothering me a bit.... when you get antibiotics from the vet, in the form of a liquid, is it antibiotic mixed in with some other element and if so, shouldn't it indicate what the other element is? My puppy is on an antibiotic for kennel cough. He is a new puppy and was on a medicine before this and it didn't go away. He saw the vet, that the puppy place referred us to. We pay the vet bill, the puppy place pays for the medicine. The medicine spilled on me as my daughter was trying to help me with the puppy. The medicine is DEFINITELY fish oil. I was thinking that maybe they grind up antibiotics or use a power and then mix it in with fish oil for ease of administration. The thing that concerned me is that it says the name of the antibiotic/suspension but it doesn't indicate that it is in fish oil. Then I thought, maybe the doctor felt that this would go away on its own and he just gave us fish oil. I have to drive 24 miles each way to go get more of this and really didn't want to go all that way if he just gave me fish oil. What do you think?