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Allergy Relief Pet Meds

Hydroxyzine HCl is the generic form of Atarax and is used to treat skin allergies in dogs and cats. Hydroxyzine Pamoate is the generic form of Vistaril. Both forms of Hydroxyzine antihistamines treat itching, rashes, and hives caused by skin allergies. They can also be used as a sedative to calm anxious dogs. Available in 10 mg, 25 mg, and 50 mg strengths.

Hydroxyzine HCL is an antihistamine. It is used to remedy symptoms of allergies in dogs and cats that affect this skin, including itching, rash, and hives. In addition, it can reduce anxiety in dogs in tense or stressful situations. While it is not FDA-approved, Hydroxyzine HCL is commonly prescribed by veterinarians for these purposes.

Benefits of Hydroxyzine HCL:

  • Effectively treats itching, rashes, and hives from allergies in dogs and cats
  • Makes your dog or cat more comfortable and helps prevent excessive scratching
  • Mild sedative for anxious dogs
  • Affordable generic form of Atarax
  • Chewable tablets of varying dosages for easy administration

Hydroxyzine HCL is for treating allergy symptoms in dogs and cats. It may also be used for reducing anxiety in agitated dogs. Not for human use.

Keep out of reach of children. Do not allow children to administer Hydroxyzine HCL. Heed package directions and warnings.

Use only as prescribed and only in the animal for which it was prescribed.


  1. Remove only the current dose of medication and tightly close the bottle, returning it to its safe storage location.
  2. Give dogs 1 mg of Hydroxyzine HCL per lb. of body weight, or the prescribed quantity if it varies.
  3. Give cats 5 to 10 mg, or the prescribed quantity.
  4. Provide the tablet to your dog or cat by hand and make sure it is consumed.
  5. Administer a missed dose as soon as possible. If it is almost time for the subsequent dose, wait for the next dose. Do not give two doses close together or at the same time.

Frequency of Use:

Unless your pet's prescription varies, dogs should be given a dose of Hydroxyzine every 6 to 8 hours; cats should be given a dose every 8 to 12 hours.


Store in original container and out of reach of children and animals.

Store Hydroxyzine away from moisture and heat. Keep it at room temperature.

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

Hydroxyzine HCL is an antihistamine. As such, it blocks the effects of histamine that trigger symptoms of irritation during an allergic reaction. It also depresses central nervous system activity associated with anxiety.

Hydroxyzine HCL is delivered in chewable tablet form. Bottles contain 10 mg, 25 mg, or 50 mg tablets.


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

Hydroxyzine HCL is intended for dogs and cats. Do not give to other animals. Do not give to any dog or cat that does not have a prescription for this medication.

Administer exactly as prescribed by your veterinarian.

CAUTION: Hydroxyzine HCL may cause drowsiness or dizziness.

This product is not for use in pregnant or nursing dogs or cats.

Nausea, vomiting, seizures, extreme drowsiness, or slowed breathing may indicate an overdose. If you know of or suspect an overdose, seek emergency veterinary care.

Labored breathing, facial swelling, hives, and other symptoms may indicate an allergic reaction to Hydroxyzine HCL. Such a reaction requires immediate veterinary attention.

Talk to your veterinarian before putting your pet on additional supplements or medications. Tell your veterinarian if your pet takes amitriptyline, meperidine, celmastine, acepromazine, chlorpheniramine, fluoxetine, or Phenobarbital.