Acepromazine is a prescription medication in the class of antipsychotics, however it is not typically used in this manner in animals. Acepromazine is primarily used as a sedating medication in dogs.
Acepromazine should always be used with caution because too high of doses can cause too much sedation. Always follow the directions of your pet's veterinarian and keep all follow-up appointments. Acepromazine can cause some rare but serious side effects which include aggression, biting, chewing, and nervousness. Call your pet's veterinarian immediately if your pet expresses these side effects.
You can find a Client Information Sheet which provides a summary of information about Acepromazine Tablets for Pets by following the link below:
If you have questions or concerns about Acepromazine Tablets, or conditions related to its use, contact your pet's veterinarian or pharmacist.
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Acepromazine package insert does not take the place of instructions from your pet's veterinarian. Talk to your pet’s veterinarian or pharmacist if you do not understand the information provided in this document or if you have any questions about acepromazine Tablets natural dietary supplement for the urinary tract.
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My dog Buster is a sweet 60 lb. mixed breed dog. He's now 13 years old. He has, what I call, "Sundowners Syndrome". He wakes in the middle of the night and roams around...for hours....lost, confused and panicked. We tried other options, but sedation is the only thing that helps. We started out with 1/2 of a 25mg pill of Acepromazine every night. After 1 year, he now takes 10mg of Ace between 7 and 8 o'clock every night. He sleeps peacefully all night, but he can still wake up if he needs to go out.
Acepromazine has been a godsend for us both. I don't worry that he's panicked and we both get to sleep.