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Cimetidine Oral Solution 300mg/5ml (240ml) (Manufacturer may vary)

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Description

Cimetidine is a supplement used for dogs and cats to treat and prevent certain inflammations in the stomach lining such as ulcers, acid reflux, and gastritis. It can also be used as an antihistamine by blocking the neurotransmitter histamine, which is the trigger for inflammatory responses. Cimetidine is used to treat inflammation in the abomasal, the gastric as well as the duodenal ulcers. The supplement can also be used in the treatment of gastritis and acid reflux as it protects the esophagus from inflammations. Another use for this great supplement is the management of inflammations in the stomach lining after kidney failure. Finally, mast cell tumors can also be prevented with the use of this product because it behaves like an antihistamine. Overall, Cimetidine is a great solution for the treatment of numerous gastric inflammations for your dog or cat.

For: Cats and Dogs

Benefits

  • Treats and prevents ulcers
  • Can be used as an antihistamine
  • Manages acid reflux


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    Dosage & Administration

    Use as directed by a veterinarian. In most cases, dosage is 3-5 mg/lb every 6-8 hours, administered orally.

    What are the possible side effects of Cimetidine: Adverse effects appear to be very rare in animals at the dosages generally used. May alter the metabolic rates of certain dogs.

    Cimetidine should be used with caution in geriatric animals, or those with blood abnormalities or liver or kidney disease. If your pet displays increased heart rate or has difficulty breathing after being administered Cimetidine, consult a veterinarian immediately.

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