Does Your Dog Suffer FroM CAr Sickness?
Whether you're at home or away, your life would not be complete without your dog, and your dog feels the same way about you. That’s why it’s so hard to leave a dog behind at home or at a kennel. And it’s really sad when the only thing preventing you from taking a trip together is something as common as your dog getting carsick.
As many as 1 in 5 dogs suffer from canine motion sickness.1 Sometimes the vomiting may discourage dog owners like you from taking their dogs on trips or to receive necessary grooming, training or even medical care.
CERENIA® (maropitant citrate) Tablets
- #1 choice among veterinarians for the prevention of vomiting due to motion sickness in dogs.2
- First and only veterinary FDA-approved medication for canine motion sickness
- Safe, easy to dose
- Doesn't cause drowsiness
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Why Not Give My Dog Dramamine® or Benadryl®?
Most motion sickness medications, such as Dramamine or Benadryl®, are intended for humans and not approved by the FDA for the prevention of vomiting caused by motion sickness in dogs. Human medications may also be more difficult to dose for your dog and may have unwanted side effects, such as drowsiness.
|See how CERENIA compares to other medications:*||CERENIA||Dramamine®, Bonine® and Benadryl®||Herbal Supplements|
|FDA-approved to prevent vomiting due to motion sickness in dogs|
|Once-daily dosing for dogs|
|Multiple dosing sizes|
|Clinically tested to safely prevent vomiting in dogs|