Clemastine, 1.34mg 100 pills per bottle
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Clemastine, 1.34mg 100 Pills Per Bottle


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Clemastine is an antihistamine believed to have less of a sedative effect than some other antihistamines. It is used to primarily stop allergies associated itching. Use as directed by your veterinarian Veterinarian's Review: This medication should not be used in animals allergic to it. Use with caution in patients with prostate and bladder conditions, severe cardiac failure and glaucoma. Use with caution when given with sedatives or tranquilizers. Use with caution when given to pregnant or nursing animals. Drug Side Effects: The side effects of clemastine in dogs are sedation, paradoxical hyperactivity and dryness of the mouth. In cats, diarrhea is most common.
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Reader's Reviews (3)
Rating: 5

Worked well on my highly allergic dog

posted 6 years ago

This antihistamine worked well on my highly allergic dog. No side effects seen!

Pros: Worked well

Cons: none

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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