Anipryl (selegiline) Rx
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Anipryl (selegiline) Rx

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  • Usually ships the same weekday before 3pm CT with veterinary approval.

  • Requires veterinary authorization.

  • Your pet's veterinarian will provide directions for use.

What are Anipryl Tablets for Dogs and Cats?

  • Anipryl is prescription medication that contains selegiline hydrochloride. 
  • Selegiline is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI). 
  • It helps to regulate sleep-wake cycles, activity levels, behaviors, and other symptoms associated with cognitive dysfunction.

Why do cats and dogs use Anipryl?

  • Selegiline is commonly used to control symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction and certain types of Cushing’s disease.
  • Anipryl works by blocking certain chemicals in the brain.

What else should I know about Anipryl?

  • It is important to discuss any changes to diet, snacks, or flea and tick treatments with your veterinarian while giving Selegiline.
  • It may take several weeks for you to see if Selegiline is working.
  • Are you looking for generic Selegiline tablets or capsules?

What problems could my dog or cat have with Anipryl?

  • Anipryl is not recommended for other behavior problems such as aggression.
  • Selegiline may cause GI problems such as vomiting, diarrhea, lack of appetite, or drooling.

How do you use Anipryl?

  • Selegiline can be given with or without food.
  • Dogs usually take Selegiline in the morning, and cats most often take it in the evening. Follow your veterinarian's directions for how to give the medication.

What is in Anipryl?

  • The drug in Anipryl is Selegiline.
  • Selegiline is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI). MAOIs were the first kind of antidepressant developed.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • Anipryl is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.

Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the Anipryl?

  • Dogs and cats may use Anipryl for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.