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Antiemetics for Dogs

Cerenia oral tablets contain the antiemetic maropitant citrate that is used to treat nausea and vomiting in dogs due to motion sickness. Cerenia injectable solution treats acute vomiting by blocking substance P. Four different strengths of oral tablets for easy dosing.

Cerenia Tablets are for preventing and treating acute vomiting and for preventing vomiting as a result of motion sickness in dogs. Cerenia Injectable Solution is for the treatment and prevention of acute vomiting in dogs. It is available by prescription only.

Benefits of Cerenia:

  • Acute vomiting preventative
  • Prevents motion sickness-related vomiting
  • Once-daily dosing
  • Oral tablets available in four dosages for dogs of different weight classes, and available as an injectable solution for treating and preventing acute vomiting
  • Does not cause sedation
  • Demonstrated safe and effective

Cerenia is only for dogs at least 16 weeks old. Not for humans. Not for cats or other animals.

Do not permit children to handle or administer Cerenia.

Review the package directions and warnings. Use exactly as prescribed by your veterinarian.

Cerenia Tablets and Injectable Solution prevent and treat acute vomiting. The oral tablet form is also for the prevention of vomiting due to motion sickness.

Directions for Cerenia Oral Tablets to Prevent Vomiting from Motion Sickness:

  1. Give Cerenia at least one hour after feeding your dog.
  2. Administer Cerenia two hours prior to travel.
  3. Hand-feed Cerenia to your pet. Do not embed it in food, as this will delay absorption.
  4. Give dogs weighing 2.2 lbs. 1/2 tablet of 16 mg.
  5. Give dogs weighing 2.3-3.3 lbs. 1/2 tablet of 24 mg.
  6. Give dogs weighing 3.4-4.4 lbs. 1 tablet of 16 mg.
  7. Give dogs weighing 4.5-6.6 lbs. 1 tablet of 24 mg.
  8. Give dogs weighing 6.7-8.8 lbs. 2 tablets of 16 mg.
  9. Give dogs weighing 8.9-13.2 lbs. 2 tablets of 24 mg.
  10. Give dogs weighing 13.3-16.5 lbs. 1 tablet of 60 mg.
  11. Give dogs weighing 16.6-22.0 lbs. 1/2 tablet of 160 mg.
  12. Give dogs weighing 22.1-33.0 lbs. 2 tablets of 60 mg.
  13. Give dogs weighing 33.1-44.0 lbs. 1 tablet of 160 mg.
  14. Give dogs weighing 44.1-66.0 lbs. 1 1/2 tablets of 160 mg.
  15. Give dogs weighing 66.1-88.0 lbs. 2 tablets of 160 mg.
  16. Give dogs weighing 88.1-132.0 lbs. 3 tablets of 160 mg.

Directions for Cerenia Oral Tablets to Treat or Prevent Acute Vomiting:

  1. Wait at least 1 hour after feeding to administer Cerenia.
  2. Administer Cerenia tablets orally by hand, not with food.
  3. Give dogs weighing 2.2-8.8 lbs. 1/2 tablet of 16 mg.
  4. Give dogs weighing 8.9-17.6 lbs. 1 tablet of 16 mg.
  5. Give dogs weighing 17.7-26.4 lbs. 1 tablet of 24 mg.
  6. Give dogs weighing 26.5-52.8 lbs. 2 tablets of 24 mg.
  7. Give dogs weighing 52.9-66.0 lbs. 1 tablet of 60 mg.
  8. Give dogs weighing 66.1-132.0 lbs. 2 tablets of 60 mg.

Frequency of Use:

All Cerenia dosages are given once daily. For prevention of vomiting due to motion sickness, Cerenia Tablets should only be consecutively used for up to 2 days. For treatment or prevention of acute vomiting, the tablets and injectable solution should only be used consecutively for up to 5 days.

Storage:

Keep Cerenia out of reach of children and animals. Store in original packaging.

Store Cerenia Tablets and Injectable Solution at controlled room temperature, between 68 and 77 degrees F.

Use Cerenia Injectable Solution within 28 days of initial vial puncture.

It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.

The active ingredient in Cerenia, maropitant citrate, is an antiemetic. It blocks substance P, a compound in the brain responsible for triggering vomiting. In this manner, Cerenia treats and prevents acute vomiting in dogs, and the oral form also prevents vomiting as a reaction to motion sickness.

Cerenia requires a prescription from your veterinarian.

Cerenia (maropitant citrateg)

Cerenia is made in scored tablets at four dosages: 16 mg maropitant citrate, 24 mg maropitant citrate, 60 mg maropitant citrate, and 160 mg maropitant citrate. Packages contain 4 tablets.

Cerenia Injectable Solution is available in 20 mL amber glass vials, with each mL containing 10 mg maropitant citrate.

Active ingredients: maropitant citrate

Warnings:

Keep this product out of reach of children and animals. Do not use or store in or near open flame or heat.

Cerenia is for dogs 16 weeks of age or older. Its safety in younger dogs is not known. Do not administer to other animals. Not for use in humans.

Use only as prescribed by your veterinarian. Do not give to any dog that does not have a prescription.

Wait at least 1 hour after feeding to orally administer Cerenia Tablets. Do not wrap them in fatty foods such as meat or cheese.

Cerenia Injectable Solution is for subcutaneous injection only.

CAUTION:

The safety of Cerenia for breeding, pregnant, and nursing dogs has not been established.

Side effects are rare, but may include diarrhea, loss of appetite, drooling, drowsiness, or lethargy. Irritation or other localized skin symptoms may affect the area of injection when using Cerenia Injectable Solution.

Not for dogs with an allergy to maropitant citrate. Facial swelling, cold limbs, vomiting, sudden-onset diarrhea, hives, rash, itching, seizures, shock, and coma are possible indications of an allergic reaction. Seek emergency veterinary attention.

Use with caution in dogs with liver problems. Not for dogs with gastrointestinal obstructions or those that have swallowed toxic substances.

Diarrhea, blood in the feces, lethargy, and diminished appetite may indicate an overdose. Contact your veterinarian right away if you know of or suspect an overdose.

Consult your veterinarian before using other drugs or supplements with Cerenia. There is known potential for interaction with some anticonvulsant, heart, and behavioral medications, as well as with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs.

Cerenia Injectable Solution is an ocular irritant. Flush affected eyes for 15 minutes and seek medical attention.

Prolonged or repeated exposure to Cerenia may cause skin sensitization. Wash hands with soap and water after administering this product.

In the event of accidental human ingestion or injection, contact your physician or a poison control center immediately. Have the product label available.

Warranty and Manufacturer Information:

US Patents: See US 6,222,038; US 6,255,320

NADA #141-262, Approved by FDA

Distributed by: Pfizer Animal Health, Div. of Pfizer Inc, NY, NY 10017

November 2006

75-1001-00

NAC No.: 36902400