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Ulcer Prevention and Treatment for Cats, Dogs & Horses

Cimetidine treats and prevents intestinal and stomach ulcers in dogs, cats, and horses. It reduces the production of stomach acid and helps prevent esophageal and gastric reflux. Cimetidine pet meds can also decrease the inflammation associated with gastritis and esophagitis.

Cimetidine reduces the production of stomach acid. It helps prevent stomach and intestinal ulcers and treat existing ones. It can also soothe stomach and esophageal inflammation and decrease gastric and esophageal reflux. Cimetidine is used in cats, dogs, horses, and sometimes other animals, including ferrets, rabbits, small rodents, reptiles, swine, and cattle.

Benefits of Cimetidine:

  • Treats current stomach and intestinal ulcers
  • Helps prevent stomach and intestinal ulcers
  • Treats gastritis and esophagitis
  • Treats some hypersecretory conditions
  • Decreases stomach acid production
  • Reduces acid reflux to promote comfort and prevent internal damage
  • Makes your pet more comfortable
  • Prescribed for use in a variety of animals

Use of Cimetidine varies based on the type of animal, body weight, and the condition for which it is being used. Use only as prescribed by your veterinarian. Tablets are given by mouth. Administer the exact dosage prescribed at the prescribed frequency and for the prescribed duration. Follow all veterinarian-provided instructions.

Storage:

Store out of the reach of children and animals.

Keep Cimetidine at controlled room temperature, protected from light.

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

Cimetidine prevents and treats abomasal, duodenal, and gastric ulcers, as well as esophagitis, stress- and drug-induced erosive gastritis, uremic gastritis, duodenal gastric reflux, esophageal reflux, and certain hypersecretory conditions. The basic mechanism by which Cimetidine works is blocking the action of histamine in the stomach, lessening acid production.

Cimetidine requires a prescription from your veterinarian.

Cimetidine

Active ingredient: cimetidine

Usage:

Cimetidine is only for use in animals for which it has been prescribed. Not for use in humans.

Do not allow children to handle or administer Cimetidine.

Review all package directions and warnings before use.

Warnings:

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

Cimetidine is intended only for use in animals that have a prescription for the medication. Do not use in other animals or humans.

Administer Cimetidine exactly as prescribed by your veterinarian.

CAUTION: Not for use in animals with hypersensitivity to cimetidine. An allergic reaction requires immediate veterinary care. Signs may include itching, rash, hives, facial swelling, cold limb, seizures, shock, or coma.

Use with caution in elderly animals and in those with impaired liver or kidney function.

Cimetidine may interact with a number of supplements and medications. Make sure your veterinarian knows everything your pet takes, and always consult before giving your pet any new supplement or drug.

This medication can lower the white blood cell count.

Give Cimetidine 2 hours before or after antacids and other drugs your veterinarian has approved.

An accelerated heart rate or breathing may indicate an overdose. If you know of or suspect an overdose, seek emergency veterinary attention.