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Cerenia 24 mg, 4 Tablets is the first FDA-approved medication to prevent motion sickness-related vomiting in dogs. Cerenia anti-vomiting medications are available in scored tablets for easy administration. By blocking substance P, a compound responsible for triggering vomiting, Cerenia can prevent acute vomiting in dogs.
<p>My cat started taking 1/4 of Cerenia 24mg per day because Cerenia 16mg is out of the market. I am giving her a small amount per day and it seems is working for her so far.</p>
I am using Cerenia for my cat. It is helping a bit, but
hasn't completely controlled the problem. There are different
was to dose this, so it's worth a try.
I have an 18 year old CAT who obviously is just aging to the point where he doesn't want to eat much and when he does, vomits shortly after. As instructed by my cat's vet, we give 1/4 of a 24mg tab every day. It works wonderfully but if I forget & go too much past 24 hrs, he will vomit for sure. An obvious sign that it is working. He has been taking this for a few months now.
My "feral bichon" who has been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder always gets sick when riding in a car. I have tried just about everything out there and this is the first one that kept him from vomiting. He did have the urge to do it .... but nothing would come out. So it is still not a perfect situation ... but my car stays much cleaner!
The price at VetDepot is less than half of what I pay at the vet office for the same product. Thanks, VetDepot!
I tried numerous products for this malady, but this one works for us. It is awful to be on the Interstate and have your pet sick in the back. We are both happy travelers now.
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