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Anipryl

Ease your pet’s senility symptoms with Anipryl.

Anipryl is: a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) that treats Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (senility) and Cushing'... Learn More

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Ease your pet’s senility symptoms with Anipryl.

Anipryl is: a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) that treats Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (senility) and Cushing's disease caused by a pituitary tumor in dogs.

What are the benefits?

    1.FDA approved for Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (senility);2.High success rate after 30 days of treatment;3.Easy to administer as an oral medication at home.

    What outcomes can be expected?

    It may take several weeks to see an improvement in your pet’s symptoms so be patient. Results will vary between animals.

    Most dogs will respond within four to eight weeks of starting Anipryl if it is being used to treat Cushing’s disease.

    Who is it for: dogs.

    How is it given?

    1. Give all medication orally according to your veterinarian’s specific instructions.

    2. Give all medication in the morning unless your veterinarian instructs you otherwise.

    3. Call your veterinarian if you are unsure of how to give Anipryl correctly.

    How does it work? Anipryl increases dopamine levels in the brain which can help to improve many cognitive processes.

    Anipryl is available as: a tablet.

    Generic Name:Selegiline (Common Drug Name)

    Common Brand Name:Anipryl

    Dose and Administration:Anipryl is generally given once a day in the morning but always be sure to follow the directions as prescribed by your veterinarian.

    If you are unclear on how to give this medication correctly, always contact your veterinarian. If you miss a dose, give it as soon as you remember but never give two doses at one time. Anipryl should only be given to the pet it has been prescribed for.

    Uses:Anipryl is primarily prescribed to manage symptoms associated with senility (canine cognitive dysfunction) in dogs. It can also be used to treat Cushing’s disease when the cause of symptoms is a pituitary tumor.

    Storage:Store at room temperature out of reach from children and pets.

    Possible Side Effects: Loss of appetite, drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, anemia (pale gums), dizziness, and drowsiness have been reported.

    Some pets may experience a true allergic reaction to this medication. Signs of this may include swelling, itchiness, vomiting, and weakness.

    Other side effects are possible. Contact your veterinarian immediately if you start noticing any unusual symptoms in your pet while he/she is taking Anipryl.

    Precautions:Do not use Anipryl in pets who are allergic to it or similar medications.

    Anipryl should only be used to treat Cushing’s disease when the cause is definitively determined to be a pituitary tumor. Your veterinarian will perform laboratory tests to confirm the cause of your pet’s symptoms. Anipryl should not be used in dogs who have Cushing's disease caused by adrenal gland tumors or corticosteroid administration.

    No safety studies have been performed on breeding, pregnant, or lactating animals.

    Avoid use of Anipryl when trying to treat aggression.

    Drug and Food Interactions: Always tell your veterinarian about all medications and supplements your pet is taking to ensure he/she can be given Anipryl safely.

    Your pet should not receive Anipryl within 5 weeks of giving amitriptyline or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s).

    Do not give to pets who are taking meperidine, other narcotics, phenylpropanolamine, or ephedrine. Some tick collars can cause severe reaction when used along with Anipryl. Always talk to your veterinarian if your pet uses a tick collar.

    Other drug interactions are possible.

    A prescription from your veterinarian is required to purchase Anipryl.

    Common Brand Name:Anipryl

    Dose and Administration:Use only as directed by your veterinarian. Anipryl is usually given once daily in the morning.

    Call your veterinarian if you have any questions about how to use Anipryl. Give a dose as soon as you remember if you forget to give one but do not double dose. Never give Anipryl to pets other than which it has been prescribed for.

    Uses:Anipryl helps to manage clinical symptoms caused by senility (canine cognitive dysfunction) in dogs. It can be given to treat Cushing’s disease that is caused by a pituitary tumor.

    Possible Side Effects: Reported side effects include inappetance, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, and drowsiness. Some pets are true allergic to Anipryl. Other side effects may occur.

    Call your veterinarian right away if you think your pet appears ill while taking Anipryl.

    Drug and Food Interactions: Discuss all medications and supplements your pet is taking with your veterinarian before initiating therapy with Anipryl.

    Do not give Anipryl within 5 weeks of giving amitriptyline or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) to your pet. Some narcotics and phenylpropanolamine can also interact with Anipryl.

    Some pets can experience a serious reaction when Anipryl is given while your pet is wearing a tick collar. Always tell your veterinarian if your pet uses a tick collar before giving this medication.

    Other drug interactions may occur.

    Precautions:If your pet is allergic to Anipryl or similar medications, do not administer.

    Do not use Anipryl in dogs who have Cushing's disease due to an adrenal gland tumor or corticosteroid use.

    The safety of use in breeding, pregnant, or lactating animals is unknown.

    Anipryl should not be used to treat aggression.

    Storage:Anipryl should be stored at room temperature away from pets and children.

    A prescription from your veterinarian is required to purchase Anipryl.

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4.0

works good

By Sue

from Dallas, TX

About Me Budget Shopper

Pros

    Cons

    • Expensive

    Best Uses

      Comments about Anipryl:

      this works well to control Cushing's in our cocker spaniel.

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      4.0

      great medicine

      By Sue

      from Dallas

      About Me Budget Shopper

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Easy To Secure

      Cons

      • Not in a bottle

      Best Uses

        Comments about Anipryl:

        I'd like it better if the pills were in a bottle. Otherwise they're great and work well for our dog.

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        5.0

        Works Great!

        By Swervie

        from Illinois

        About Me Long-time Pet Owner

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Effective

        Cons

        • Expensive

        Best Uses

        • Daily Care
        • Older Pets

        Comments about Anipryl:

        Worked great on my dog who suffers from Cushings disease.

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