Reconcile (Fluoxetine) 32 mg, 30 Tablets (1016345)
Reconcile (Fluoxetine) 32 mg, 30 Tablets is a prescription medication designed to treat separation anxiety in dogs. Reconcile's main ingredient is fluoxetine hydrochloride which is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, or SSRI.
- Reduces the frequency and severity of anxiety symptoms
- For use in conjunction with behavior modification therapy
- Fluoxetine does not work by sedation
- Manufacturer information and usage
This medication has helped our rottweiler/shepherd mix. It's not a "cure all". You still need to train your dog and give them corrective discipline when necessary. But overall, a good product for a dog with higher level issues.
Reconcile has helped to calm down my dog
Our boxer lab mix had a hard time adjusting to life in an apartment when we moved to an area where we could not afford a house. We would come home to her paws bleeding from her attempting to get out of crate if she wasn't successful to her biting her tail constantly as well as constant barking. She had also started to show aggression and dominance towards our other dog and this had resulted in two instances where she had bitten our other dog. After consulting with the vet she recommended this, and after about 4 months now we are starting to notice a more relaxed dog. We have worked with her to let her have free roam of the room she stays in with our dog crated while we leave for work and she is no longer biting her tail or clawing to be free. Even with those changes, she is more laid back and seems less anxious. It really helps to have places like vetdepot make our dog's needs affordable. With our vet this drug was over eighty dollars and we don't pay near that with vetdepot. Our vet does have us monitor her kidney and liver functions to make sure the drug is not hurting them, but so far she is perfectly healthy with no problems from taking the medicine.
Reconcile has worked very well for our dog's separation anxiety
When either my wife or someone else was at our home and we went outside or in our garage and our dog was left alone she would start growling, spinning around and biting at her side. I’m disabled and during the day I get the mail or go out in the garage and she’s fine, but if she hears someone talking to me she goes nuts. At first it was once in a while then slowly became worse. Using my cell phone I took video of her doing this and took her to the Vet. After telling the Vet the circumstances and showing him the video he put her on Reconcile for separation anxiety. While it still happens every once in a while our Vet said this was one of the safest medicines for her to take. Overall she’s doing a lot better. Once you have tried them and you're sure they work for your dog, get your Vet to write a prescription for six months so you don't have to run to the Vet every month.