Acute Vomiting in Dogs
For any dog, acute vomiting is a painful, exhausting and anxiety inducing experience.1 Anything this stressful may put a strain on the bond between you and your pet.
- Vomiting can be caused by a variety of reasons such as toxins, various drugs, diseases or even parasitic infections
- Vomiting prevention helps provide comfort to your dog and brings you peace of mind
- CERENIA can be administered in the clinic by injection and comes in tablets for safe and easy use at home for as long as your dog needs it
Vomiting Before Surgery
Did you know that veterinarians may also give CERENIA to dogs before surgery? A significant number of dogs vomit after receiving opioids used as preanesthetics2 and take additional time to return to normal feeding after surgery. Eating is an important indicator of normal healing.
In a clinical study that compared dogs given CERENIA before surgery with dogs given a placebo, significantly more CERENIA-treated dogs returned to normal feeding* by 20 hours after surgery, and they ate almost 5 times as much food.3 Ask your veterinarian if your dog is at risk of preoperative vomiting.
Vomiting Due to Motion Sickness
An estimated 1 in 5 dogs suffer from motion sickness.2 Learn more about car sickness in dogs and how CERENIA Tablets can help.
Things to Also Watch for if Your Dog Vomits
A veterinarian is best suited to determine when vomiting is a concern, especially if other problems arise. We recommend contacting a veterinarian if you notice any of the following:
- Blood in stool
- Blood in vomit
- Lack of appetite or thirst
- Lack of energy
- Weight loss
How to Treat Your Dog's Vomiting
As the only FDA-approved treatment for canine acute vomiting from a wide variety of causes, CERENIA allows you to address your dog's immediate needs while your veterinarian identifies the underlying cause of your dog's vomiting.
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