Primidone (Generic) Rx
Starting At $0.25 per tablet

Primidone (Generic) Rx

$0.25 per tablet
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50mg Tablet
  • 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 Primidone Tablets for Dogs?

  • Primidone is a prescription medication used to treat seizures in dogs.
  • Primidone is converted to phenobarbital and PEMA, also known as phenylethylmalonamide.
  • Some veterinarians believe that PEMA may help to treat seizures better than phenobarbital alone.

Why do dogs use Primidone?

  • Primidone is prescribed to treat seizures in dogs.
  • It is sometimes recommended for dogs who are not responding well to phenobarbital.

What else should I know about Primidone?

  • Primidone may interact with other medications you are giving your pet. Inform your dog's veterinarian about all medications given to your dog, including non-prescription products and supplements.

What problems could my dog or cat have with Primidone?

  • Dogs may have increased anxiety and agitation when starting to take Primidone.
  • Other side effects of Primidone include liver toxicity, increased thirst, increased urination, increased appetite, and weight gain.
  • Signs of overdosage include sedation to coma, anorexia, vomiting, and rapid eye movements. Contact your pet's veterinarian immediately if you suspect a Primidone overdose.

How do you use Primidone?

  • Primidone should be given at the same time every day. Follow your veterinarian's directions.

What is in Primidone?

  • The drug Primidone is a phenobarbital prescuror and anticonvulsant.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • Primidone is sold as an FDA approved generic drug. Brand may vary from order to order and variation to variation. We are unable to guarantee which brand will be available at the time of order shipment.

Is it important for my dog to finish all of the Primidone?

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