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- Pain relief and management for animals
- Seizure control and anxiety relief for your pet
- Precise dose made just for your pet’s needs
- No additives – just the medication and a plant-based filler
- Hypoallergenic formulation
- Liquid formula easy to swallow for dogs, cats and small animals
Gabapentin Compounded Oral Liquid is an exclusive medication to help manage acute and chronic pain, prevent seizures, and ease anxiety in animals.
Gabapentin is often prescribed to treat dogs and cats that are suffering from chronic pain related to cancer, arthritis, degenerative joint disease, allodynia, surgery, and hyperalgesia. It is an inhibitory neurotransmitter known to affect calcium channels in the nervous system, which can lessen the amount of pain perceived by your dog or cat.
When used for seizure control, Gabapentin has anticonvulsant properties making it beneficial for dogs with refractory seizures. It is also used for sedation when traveling or grooming, idiopathic epilepsy, and relief from anxiety. In cats it has been beneficial to treat anxiety related to travel, veterinary visits and examinations.
There are many factors that can cause pain in animals and Gabapentin could be a very useful medication to help treat it. Known to be safe with few side effects, it is made in liquid format for easy delivery to your pet by mouth. Gabapentin has improved the quality of life in dogs with chronic pain conditions and ExpressVet makes it easy and more affordable to help your pet feel good.
Gabapentin is given by mouth in liquid form with or without food to treat pain, and therapy for refractory or complex partial seizures. If your pet does not feel well or vomits after taking the medication on an empty stomach, try giving it to them with a treat or food. We always recommend consulting with your pet veterinarian before taking.
Gabapentin is safe for dogs. Side effects can include ataxia (abnormal coordination and movement), mild sedation, and occasional diarrhea. Your veterinarian may start you off on a lower dose and slowly increase it to avoid side effects.
Possible allergic reactions are swelling, itching, hives, or difficulty breathing. If any of the side effects or allergic reactions continue or get worse, contact your pet’s veterinarian right away.
When taking Gabapentin for seizures it is best to slowly wean off the drugs to avoid the risk for seizure withdrawal.
If your pet is on any of the following medications you should use Gabapentin with caution:
- Antacids - Avoid giving an antacid to your pet 2 hours before or after taking Gabapentin, it can increase the risk of sedation and make it harder to absorb Gabapentin making it less effective.
- Buprenorphine - When combined can result in increased risk of sedation.
- Cannabidiol - When combined can result in increased risk of sedation.
- Hydroxyzine - When combined can result in increased risk of sedation.
- Minocycline - When combined can result in increased risk of sedation.
- Mirtazapine - When combined can result in increased risk of sedation.
- Opioid Analgesics - When combined can cause increased risk of sedation and side effects.
We recommend telling your veterinarian about any medications, supplements, vitamins or herbal pills that your pet is taking.
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