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Acepromazine is a pet medication available by prescription and used to treat motion sickness in dogs, cats, and other animals. It is a tranquilizer / sedative medication and may be used to quiet agitated animals prior to surgery or as part of anesthetic protocol. For consumer use with a prescription, it is usually prescribed by a vet for pet motion sickness relief. Acepromazine for dogs relieves nausea in pets too.
You can buy Acepromazine with a prescription, and your best price on it will be when you order pet medication online from Total Pet Supply.
Acepromazine is available in tablet or injection form
Acepromazine dosage for dogs will be in either 5mg, 10mg, or 25mg injections as indicated in your prescription and based on the size of the dog. Administer injection 15 to 20 minutes before onset of motion sickness / nausea trigger event.
Acepromazine dosage for dogs guidelines are:
Acepromazine injection may be given intravenously, intramuscularly, or subcutaneously
The active ingredient in Acepromazine 10mg is acepromazine maleate
Do not exceed dosage regulations under any circumstances. Sedative and tranquilizer medications have overdose risks. If medication is ineffective for you should stop using it and speak to a veterinarian again to discuss other treatment options.
For animal use only
Motion relief for pets' medication does not relieve pain
Negative drug interactions may occur between Acepromazine and other Rx medications and certain products containing organophosphorus vermifuges or ectoparasiticides. Do not use Acepromazine for dogs if your dog is receiving any product containing procaine hydrochloride.
Let your veterinarian know of all medications your pet or horse is currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Acepromazine online.
Side effects of acepromazine occur, and some pets may experience sedation, depression, incoordination, low blood pressure, or slowed heart rate and breathing. If side effects are experienced, you may want to stop use and meet with a doctor again to discuss pet vertigo motion sickness medication alternatives.
How much Acepromazine will kill a dog?
The Acepromazine injection is only administered at once and used for incidental prevention of motion sickness in animals. For anesthetic use, the medication will be administered in a clinical setting. Staying within the established dosage guidelines shown to you in your prescription will mean you don't have to have this concern.
Acepromazine 10mg can be administered 1 hour before you expect to set out for reliable prevention.
How long does Acepromazine last in dogs?
Acepromazine for dogs will provide up to 10 hours of pet motion sickness relief. Dosage can be repeated 10 hours or more after the initial injection if required.
Can I give my dog Trazodone and Acepromazine together?
Trazodone is sometimes prescribed as an anti-anxiety medication for pets, and these two medications can be used in conjunction with each other provided dosage guidelines in the prescription are adhered to. Never exceed levels and dosage frequency shown for either medication.
Trazodone and Acepromazine together are known to enhance drowsiness as a side effect.
Is Acepromazine a controlled substance?
As an Rx pet medication, Acepromazine Maleate is a controlled substance and while it is available for consumer use it will only be dispensed with a valid prescription written by a pharmacist.