Acepromazine is sold per tablet and requires a prescription from your veterinarian.
Before giving acepromazine, tell your veterinarian if your pet is being given phenytoin, antiarrhythmics such as quinidine and beta blockers such as propranolol.
Antidiarrheal medications and antacids may reduce the effectiveness of acepromazine.
It WILL NOT work if they are already upset/scared/freaking out to say the least.
Our 15 yr old, 40 lb (a bit chubby) cockapoo is a sweet, loving member of our family, but recently has been vicious when attempting to clip her nails or even groom her.
he was a little kinds drunk but i was surprised because he was still active and playing with other dogs. I have a Doberman and she gets anxiety even if she had pain pills during her recovery got this medication from my veterinarian on a follow-up because my dog would jump around like a poodle and I was concerned with her injuring herself further during this healing time this medication is great it subsided her anxiety and from her bolting out the door to go to the bathroom I would give this a high review as the first time I've ever seen my dog relax as she should after surgery My 11 year old Rat terrier is scared to death of lighting and thunderstorms, up till recently this drug has worked great, but the last few times, even though I have only given her 1/2 the dosage, she has been experiencing light seizure activity. Joey has some separation anxiety that used to be pretty bad.