Why do my dog's symptoms seem worse on Temaril P?
Thank you for your advice-I'll definitely follow through with it. I'm also concerned because my dog is drinking water like a fiend and actually had an accident on the floor. We're talking an awful lot of water. It also smelled bad; the dog is prone to occasional urinary infections, and I know the immune...
Asked by Elva Crumbley 3 months ago.
My dog has had some raspy snoring at night, so I took her into the vet. This is her second visit. The first time I was advised to give her Benadryl or Claritin, which seemed to make things worse. I took her back and this time they examined her nasal passages, x-rayed her, and did an allergy test. The results of the allergy test will not be known for at least a week, but she seems worse when she's laying on carpet, which is why I suspect allergies. She also has a number of food allergies. Anyhoo, the x-rays showed inflamed bronchial tubes. My dog is almost 100 pounds and the vet prescribed 4 tablets every twelve hours for a week, followed by 4 tablets once a day for another week. I do need to discuss with the vet why so much and for so long; the manufacturer suggests 3 tablets every twelve for dogs over 40 lbs and cut in half after four days. My dog has had two doses as recommended by the vet; her snoring and raspiness are worse, and sound quite wet now. The vet won't be open for several more hours and the manufacturer support line is closed as well. Any insight, anyone? Thank you in advance. Answered by Terisa Poro 3 months ago.
Thank you for your advice-I'll definitely follow through with it. I'm also concerned because my dog is drinking water like a fiend and actually had an accident on the floor. We're talking an awful lot of water. It also smelled bad; the dog is prone to occasional urinary infections, and I know the immune system could be lower with Temaril P, but I'm now concerned about polydipsia and polyuria. Is it safe to stop giving it to her until I get through to the vet? Answered by Diana Slayman 3 months ago.
Hello there! Temaril P is a wonderful medication, however it does not work with every condition or with every dog. I have personally seen that it does tend to work better with skin allergies. The dosage prescribed is within normal limits. Remember, he is a large dog and needs more medication. With the inflammation in his lungs, I am very surprised that he was not put on any antibiotics. Generally speaking, this would be the first order of business, to take care of any infection. Now, bear in mind that I did not see the x-ray and do not know if there is an enlarged heart or not. Sometimes this can cause this issue as well as something known as a collapsing trachea, which is very difficult to catch on film.. With that being said, Temeril P would not be used for either condition. Also bad teeth can cause coughing and tonsillitis .The second thing that is usually done is is some sort of bronchodilator (something that will dilate his airways to make for easier breathing) Albuterol is the name of the medication or a steroid which will take some of the inflammation down or both. Either way, a second opinion or another trip to the same doctor is in order. I fully understand the doctors thinking. This is the time of year when allergies run rampant and cause a huge amount of discomfort. However, it is not always allergies and or allergies can lead to a secondary infection. My advice , if you should choose to return to your usual Vet would be to gently mention the use of antibiotics and perhaps some cortisone for injection followed up by a treatment with prednisone. I know that most owners shy away from these medications , but they work. and work well. If the Temaril P were going to work , it would have. Clearly, this is not an allergic reaction that can be cared for with this medication. You would have seen improvement within 24hrs. I highly suggest another trip to the Vet of your choice. Your little guy has suffered through enough. It is definitely time to get rid of this. I hope that this has been of some help to you and was not too long winded. If there is anything that I can do for you, if you need advice or to just vent, simply e-mail and I will do my very best to lead you in the right direction. I wish you the very best of luck and a speedy recovery for your little guy (or not so little ;) Answered by Rudy Wittig 3 months ago.
Temaril-p Dogs Answered by Deidra Buentello 3 months ago.
Temaril-p Canine Answered by Allen Yeeloy 3 months ago.
Can my dog get her rabies shot if she had temaril-p last night?
and this is her every-third-year legally needed rabies shot. i do not give her any other boosters
Asked by Marcie Flamer 3 months ago.
Temaril-P is usually given for skin problems and actually doesn't have a whole lot of steroid in it. It should be fine, especially since it's only every other night. I would be more concerned about her not getting any other vaccines. Older dogs that don't have enough anti-bodies can still contract fatal diseases like distemper. If she's an older dog that's had boosters her whole life, she may not need boosters, but it's something to talk to your vet about. It's so hard to watch an adult dog pass away from a disease that could have been prevented with a booster shot. But, as far as the rabies shot goes, the steroid shouldn't be a problem. The only time that would be an issue would be if she was on a high dose shock series of steroids. The dose and the times you give Temaril-P shouldn't be a problem with shots. Answered by Dominique Demps 3 months ago.
Side effects of Temaril P?
My vet gave me this pills to get my dog for flea allergy. He told me they were safe and i looked on the net and these are the side effects. Can someone tell me what they mean? I gave him the meds yesterday and started him on them today. All precautions applicable to cortisone and phenothiazine derivatives apply...
Asked by Malvina Ellenbee 3 months ago.
My vet gave me this pills to get my dog for flea allergy. He told me they were safe and i looked on the net and these are the side effects. Can someone tell me what they mean? I gave him the meds yesterday and started him on them today. All precautions applicable to cortisone and phenothiazine derivatives apply to TEMARIL-P. Possible side effects include sodium retention, potassium loss, suppressed adrenal cortical function, vomiting, diarrhea, sedation, blood dyscrasias, delayed wound healing and osteoporosis. Cushing?s syndrome in dogs has been reported with prolonged or repeated steroid therapy. Possible immunosuppressive effect may occur in patients receiving corticosteroids. Answered by Ross Lupold 3 months ago.
Since Temaril-P is a combination of a steroid and an antihistamine, it should be used only as directed. From what I remember, there is only about 2.5mg of cortisone in each dose, which is very low. Steroids can cause problems such as Cushing's Disease if used for long periods of time. They do suppress the immune system, and they may make your dog want to drink more and urinate more frequently. Your vet probably gave you a dose to start out with for a few days, then gradually back your him down off the medication. They do this because the cortisone suppresses your dog's adrenal glands. Basically his adrenal glands go back to working normally gradually. If you stop the medication abruptly, it can cause major problems. My vets have prescribed this medication for my dog with allergies in the past, when the antihistamines were not helping alone. I have used it sporadically, and my dog has done well. I have seen other dogs respond to it well, too. As long as you follow your vet's instructions and your dog is not on it for long periods of time, he should get some relief from the itching and be just fine. I'm not a vet, but I hope this helps. Answered by Izetta Leite 3 months ago.
My dog has skin allergies, and she takes Temeril P. It's a steroid, and can have the same effects as all steroids including liver disease, but truthfully, I haven't noticed any difference. She's been on it about a month, and her skin is still really bad. Answered by Anastacia Islar 3 months ago.
This is a very interesting topic Answered by Michael Osuna 3 months ago.
Was interested in the answer too Answered by Pei Kovacik 3 months ago.
most likely, yes. Answered by Carma Pleskac 3 months ago.
Temaril-P Tablets® Active Ingredients: Composition: Each tablet contains trimeprazine tartrate (USP) 10-[3-(Dimethylamino)-2-methylpropyl] phenothiazine tartrate (2:1) equivalent to trimeprazine, 5 mg, and prednisolone, 2 mg. Indications: Recommendations for use: 1. Antipruritic: TEMARIL-P® is recommended for the relief of itching regardless of cause. Its usefulness has been demonstrated for the relief of itching and the reduction of inflammation commonly associated with most skin disorders of dogs such as the eczema caused by internal disorders, otitis, and dermatitis (allergic, parasitic, pustular, and nonspecific). It often relieves pruritus which does not respond to other therapy. With any pruritus treatment, the cause should be determined and corrected; otherwise, signs are likely to recur following discontinuance of therapy. 2. Antitussive: TEMARIL-P® has been found to be effective therapy and adjunctive therapy in various cough conditions of dogs. Therefore, in addition to its Antipruritic action, TEMARIL-P® is recommended for the treatment of "kennel cough" or tracheobronchitis, bronchitis including all allergic bronchitis and infections and coughs of nonspecific origin. (Coughs due to cardiac insufficiencies would not be expected to respond to TEMARIL-P® therapy.) As with any Antitussive treatment, the etiology of the cough should be determined and eliminated if possible. Otherwise, symptoms are likely to recur following discontinuance of therapy. Pharmacology: Action: The exclusive TEMARIL-P® formula combines the Antipruritic and Antitussive action of trimeprazine with the anti-inflammatory action of prednisolone. A therapeutic effect is attained by administering the tablets twice daily. Note: TEMARIL-P® may be administered to animals suffering from acute or chronic bacterial infections provided the infection is controlled by appropriate antibiotic or chemotherapeutic agents. Dosage and Administration: Recommended Dosage: The same dosage schedule may be followed for both Antipruritic and Antitussive therapy. Weight of Dog Initial Dosage up to 10 lb ½ tablet, twice daily 11-20 lb 1 tablet, twice daily 21-40 lb 2 tablets, twice daily over 40 lbs 3 tablets, twice daily After 4 days, reduce dosage to ½ of the initial dose or to an amount just sufficient to maintain remission of symptoms. Individual animal response will vary and dosage should be adjusted until proper response is obtained. Precautions: Store in a dry, cool place at temperatures not above 25°C (77°F). Cautions: Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. All the cautions applicable to cortisone and to phenothiazine derivatives apply also to TEMARIL-P®. Prolonged treatment with TEMARIL-P® must be withdrawn gradually. Use of corticosteroids, depending on dose, duration, and specific steroid, may result in inhibition of endogenous steroid production following drug withdrawal. In patients presently receiving or recently withdrawn from systemic steroid treatments, therapy with a rapidly acting corticosteroid should be considered in unusually stressful situations. Warnings: Clinical and experimental data have demonstrated that corticosteroids administered orally or by injection to animals may induce the first stage of parturition if used during the last trimester of pregnancy and may precipitate premature parturition followed by dystocia, fetal death, retained placenta, and metritis. Additionally, corticosteroids administered to dogs, rabbits, and rodents during pregnancy have resulted in cleft palate in offspring. Corticosteroids administered to dogs during pregnancy have also resulted in other congenital anomalies, including deformed forelegs, phocomelia, and anasarca. If a vasoconstrictor is needed, norepinephrine should be used in lieu of epinephrine. Phenothiazine derivatives may reverse the usual elevating action of epinephrine causing further lowering of blood pressure. Side Effects: Possible side effects attributable to corticosteroids include sodium retention and potassium loss, negative nitrogen balance, suppressed adrenal cortical function, delayed wound healing, osteoporosis, elevated levels of SGPT and SAP, and vomiting and diarrhea (occasionally bloody). Cushing's syndrome in dogs has been reported in association with prolonged or repeated steroid therapy. Possible increased susceptibility to bacterial invasion and/or the exacerbation of preexisting bacterial infection may occur in patients receiving corticosteroids. As noted above, however, this problem can be avoided by concomitant use of appropriate anti-infective agents. Possible side effects attributable to phenothiazine derivatives include sedation; protruding nictitating membrane; blood dyscrasias; intensification and prolongation of the action of analgesics, sedatives and general anesthetics; and potentiation of organophosphate toxicity and the activity of procaine hydrochloride. It should be remembered that the premonitory signs of cortisone over-dosage, such as sodium retention and edema, may not occur with prednisolone. Therefore, the veterinarians must be alert to detect less obvious side effects, such as blood dyscrasias, polydipsia and polyuria. The appearance and severity of side effects are dose related and are minimal at the recommended dosage level. If troublesome side effects are encountered, the dosage of TEMARIL-P® should be reduced and discontinued unless the severity of the condition being treated makes its relief paramount. Product Information Provided by Pfizer Animal Health. ©Pfizer Animal Health Medi-Vet.com Quick Nav Veterinary Supplies (Home) | Frontline Plus, Frontline Top Spot | Advantage | K9 Advantix | Program | Capstar | Revolution | Interceptor | Sentinel Answered by Lon Rance 3 months ago.
it depends... Answered by Fransisca Alsdon 3 months ago.
Temaril-P is Immunosuppressive?
Temaril-P is also immunosuppressive like Atopica??
Asked by Hiroko Brandi 3 months ago.
lizzie is wrong about no vets on this site. temaril-p is an antihistamine combined with a small amount of the corticosteroid prednisolone. any level of prednisolone, given daily, will suppress the adrenal gland and depress the immune system. temaril-p is less immunosuppressive than the levels of pure prednisolone used for allergies. but over the long term can still cause all of the potential negative side effects. atopica is cyclosporin. this is an immunosuppressive that was used in human cancer treatment for many years. once it hit the generic market it became more affordable for our veterinary patients. used in approapriate doses for allergy(atopy) it has very few side effects. at the level they use it for cancer it can have profound immunosuppressive effects. of the two drugs, cyclosporin is the better option since it has none of the adrenal effects of the catabolic steroids. unfortunately it is still pretty expensive and only works in about 70% of atopy(allergy) cases. Answered by Lincoln Temblador 3 months ago.
This is a terrific question to ask a veterinarian. Unfortunately, there are no vets on Yahoo Answers. Answered by Darlene Pilsner 3 months ago.
Does Temaril P cause raised liver enzymes in dogs?
My cavalier was taking Temaril P for itchy spots on his paws. He started this med (two times a day and he weighs 15 lbs) on Saturday and on Tuesday night, vomited all of his dinner and then continued to vomit on Wednesday morning. Took him to the vet on Wed. and they did blood work only to find out his liver...
Asked by Codi Mathey 3 months ago.
My cavalier was taking Temaril P for itchy spots on his paws. He started this med (two times a day and he weighs 15 lbs) on Saturday and on Tuesday night, vomited all of his dinner and then continued to vomit on Wednesday morning. Took him to the vet on Wed. and they did blood work only to find out his liver enzyme (ALT) was 10 times the normal amount. We'll be testing him again in 2 weeks, but has anyone else experienced this with their dog? I'm really thinking the raised enzymes HAS to be b/c of the medicine since that's the only thing that's changed in the past week for my dog. Any experience with this??? Answered by Denna Carlough 3 months ago.
temaril p can cause raise in alt because it contains prednisone. now, having said that, the amount of prednisone it contains is very, very small and he would have to be taking it for quite a while. every day for at least a year if not more. if your dog had underlying liver disease, it could cause a rise in liver values. but again, he would have to be on it for more than 3 days for that. i suspect, your dog was already tinkering with high liver enzymes before he was put on the temaril p. Answered by Robbie Shingleur 3 months ago.
Can Temaril P increase bathroom frequency?
my dog was put on temaril P last friday and since then he has been needing to go to the bathroom like 3 times an hour. He has peed in his cage, all over our house. He wasnt doing this before. Could it be a side affect?
Asked by Kelvin Moll 3 months ago.
Temaril P contains prednisone. One of the side effects of prednisone in dogs is an abnormal thirst level. My mastiff was put on Temaril P in September and while he was on it, he drank at least double his normal water intake. His urine output increased accordingly. As they say, "What goes in must come out!" Prednisone can also cause renal (kidney) problems, so you should definitely check with your vet to be sure. Good luck & hope your doggy feels better soon! Answered by Laurice Piombino 3 months ago.
most likely, yes. Answered by Alysha Ferdico 3 months ago.
Can my dog take Temaril-P only as needed?
My English Shepherd mix is about 16 months old and has asthma/allergic bronchitis. The vet gave us Temaril-P but I don't want her on a steroid very much. Unfortunately it seems to be the only thing that helps. Can we give it to her only when she has bad asthma/allergy symptoms? Or does it have to be given daily?
Asked by Charlie Nerenberg 3 months ago.
We have clients who are allowed to use Temaril P every other day as needed during their dog's allergy seasons. Temaril P is a very, VERY low dose of steroid, combined with an antihistamine. It is not the same as pred or medrol. It is also different from the injections sometimes given. I have seen many dogs on the drug as needed. Our vets usually have the client start the dosing over again (something like 1 tablet twice a day for 4 days, once a day for 4 days, then going to every other day as needed) if it has been awhile since the dog has been on the meds. I am not a vet, but I would give the dog a tablet if needed tonight and tomorrow. Then I would call the vet on Monday to get it figured out for the future. Some vets recommend nebulizers or antihistamines, such as chlorphenerimine, or even benedryl. Temaril P is one step up from those. Very safe! We are huge fans of the drug. I had a dog on it for quite awhile, with only good effects. I have never seen a dog with bad reactions to this drug --- in 12 years of tech life : ) Answered by Christian Dolinar 3 months ago.
What did your vet say? I would assume you want to give it to her to prevent her from having asthma attacks since asthma can kill her along with some allergies if they are severe enough. I highly recommend calling your vet and asking for his instruction on when to give this med. Answered by Angie Shaban 3 months ago.
Not really, you should not really medicate the dog, he needs to go to a vet for proper canine medicine. Answered by Darren Apadaca 3 months ago.
Use the search bar to research it and find out for yourself. That is the best way to learn Answered by Toby Holston 3 months ago.
Our dog has been taking Temaril-P for about 6 months and has recently begun to show signs of aggresson?
He has taken the Temaril-P in varying doses from 1 tablet per day to 1/2 tablet every other day but has been on it regularly. He is a Westie that weighs about 24 lbs. He always had been very docile but recently has began growling, snapping, and has been spending a lot of time sleeping in his crate. Has anyone...
Asked by Arnulfo Cucco 3 months ago.
He has taken the Temaril-P in varying doses from 1 tablet per day to 1/2 tablet every other day but has been on it regularly. He is a Westie that weighs about 24 lbs. He always had been very docile but recently has began growling, snapping, and has been spending a lot of time sleeping in his crate. Has anyone had a similar experience with Temaril-P? Thanks for your help, Answered by Roselyn Jaillet 3 months ago.
Never used it myself but the 'P' is for prednisolone which is a corticosteroid and while steroids can be great meds, they can also cause personality issues as well as changes in blood glucose levels, which can cause personality issues. You may want to discuss this with the vet that prescribed it as there could be other medications that you could use that would not cause these affects. I am also under the impression that this is not a med that is to be used longterm and wonder why it would be prescribed that way, particularly given the steroidal component?? add: "Precautions All precautions applicable to cortisone and phenothiazine derivatives apply to TEMARIL-P. Possible side effects include sodium retention, potassium loss, suppressed adrenal cortical function, vomiting, diarrhea, sedation, blood dyscrasias, delayed wound healing and osteoporosis. Cushing’s syndrome in dogs has been reported with prolonged or repeated steroid therapy. Possible immunosuppressive effect may occur in patients receiving corticosteroids. Premonitory signs of cortisone overdosage (e.g., sodium retention, edema) may not occur with prednisolone, so veterinarians must be alert to detect less obvious side effects, including blood dyscrasias, polydipsia and polyuria. If side effects occur, dosage should be reduced and then discontinued unless severity of the condition being treated makes relief paramount. Prolonged treatment with TEMARIL-P must be withdrawn gradually." Sodium retention and Cushings syndrome both have dementia and personality changes that can occur with them... The Cushings that is usually associated with steroidal use, from what I understand, will reverse with withdrawal of the steroid - but as it says, steroids need to be weaned off as abrupt stopping can cause serious adrenal problems. Don't just stop it but talk to the vet about the changes and you might need to go in and get some lab work done to check for abnormalities that need to be reversed. Good luck... Answered by Carisa Mirisola 3 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Our dog has been taking Temaril-P for about 6 months and has recently begun to show signs of aggresson? He has taken the Temaril-P in varying doses from 1 tablet per day to 1/2 tablet every other day but has been on it regularly. He is a Westie that weighs about 24 lbs. He always had been very docile but recently has began growling, snapping, and has been spending a lot of time sleeping in his crate.... Answered by Tiffani Cheely 3 months ago.
Temaril P Side Effects Dogs Answered by Janey Crevier 3 months ago.
Temaril-p For Dogs Dosage Answered by Marsha Petru 3 months ago.
I read the side effects for the drug, and I'd assume that his increased agression isn't part of it. It could be a change in his diet or an increased amount of stress thats causing it. If it was the Temaril-P, it would have shown up a lot sooner, most behavioral side effects show up within the first month of prescription and regular consummation of the drug. If this continues, take him to the vet. Answered by Syble Steider 3 months ago.
Temaril P is a corticosteroid and as such, long term use can cause some side-effects, i.e. biochemical imbalances. I looked it up and aggression is not listed as a side effect. However, if your dog is not feeling himself due to side effects, it could cause him to be short-tempered. You should ask your vet to test him for any problems related to taking corticosteroids on a long term basis. Answered by Ileen Tiznado 3 months ago.
It's not listed as one of the side effects. However, you might get your dog vet checked. I have a friend who has a BC that becomes aggressive when he gets a UTI- there may be something else going on. Answered by Reynaldo Brookman 3 months ago.
i would have the dog vet. checked. there could be an underlying problem that is causing him pain. Answered by Sommer Badeaux 3 months ago.
Is it safe to give a 13 yr old dog Temaril-P with ketoconazole?
I read on a Temaril-P information information site that Temaril-P shouldn't be given to a dog with severe fungal issues. My dog has severe allergies and fungal issues and the vet prescribed both at once plus an anti-biotic. I'm a bit concerned because my dog is also 13.5 yrs old. Has anyone been...
Asked by Rikki Buckhannon 3 months ago.
I read on a Temaril-P information information site that Temaril-P shouldn't be given to a dog with severe fungal issues. My dog has severe allergies and fungal issues and the vet prescribed both at once plus an anti-biotic. I'm a bit concerned because my dog is also 13.5 yrs old. Has anyone been prescribed the same for their dog - same combination? Answered by Ines Zou 3 months ago.
Temaril-P is a prescription only medication prescribed for dogs that have allergies with intense itching. Ketoconazole is the generic for Nizoral, which is a medication prescribed for fungal infections. They have been used together often, regardless of what you have read. Much information on the internet is wrong. Answered by Laurence Burdon 3 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Is it safe to give a 13 yr old dog Temaril-P with ketoconazole? I read on a Temaril-P information information site that Temaril-P shouldn't be given to a dog with severe fungal issues. My dog has severe allergies and fungal issues and the vet prescribed both at once plus an anti-biotic. I'm a bit concerned because my dog is also 13.5 yrs old. Has... Answered by Edgar Bamburg 3 months ago.
Not on a regular basis and especially not to a 13 yr old. Why do you need to give it as there are other alternatives for conditions. Any NSAID (Non steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug) even on humans can cause internal bleeding of the stomach, and if you read the leaflets that go with NSAIDS then you will read that extreme care must be taken when giving to older animals. If it is for a couple of days then make sure you give with meals. They must not be given on an empty stomach. Answered by Milan Klassen 3 months ago.
One of my dogs was just put on temaril-p and I am skeptical too. My other dog had severe itching when I got him from a rescue - rescue also treats dogs holistically. She suggested a regimen of supplements which cleared up all problems (mostly fungal) and they have not recurred in 2 years. I' m sorry I took the other dog to a vet for this issue & plan to contact the rescue for their recommendations. Answered by Hortencia Browing 3 months ago.
Good answer from Cookie which pretty much sums it up. For the benefit of the idiot who claims dogs with fungal infections shouldn't be given antibiotics, most fungal infections in dogs are opportunistic infections where the surface of the skin has already been damaged by a bacterial infection, usually streprococcal, so prescribing an antibiotic and an anti-fungal together is often necessary. However, if the dog is receiving oral ketaconazole (as opposed to cream, ointment or shampoo), I would ask the vet to switch to itraconazole (somewhat more expensive) as it is less hard on the liver for an elderly dog. Answered by Myron Ader 3 months ago.
I don't know about this particular medication. However I do know if your dog has fungal issues it should not have antibiotics as they feed the yeast, I have 3 Shihtzus and when one of them was a puppy, he had severe yeast problems. And the vet just kept giving him steroids and antibiotics. And he was getting sicker and sicker and I thought I was going to lose him. So, I did loads and loads of research. Stopped the steroids and antibiotics. Completely changed his diet, to raw. And, today, he is a very healthy 4 year old. He is bathed in an antifungal shampoo. Rinsed and then rinsed with half white vinegar/half water and then dried. allergies and yeast are mostly caused by the food they eat. PS. Remember the vets get money from the drug companies for what they prescribe. Personally, I don't trust them. Have a look on www.earthclinic.com Answered by Doretta Himmons 3 months ago.
That is probably why your vet gave you both of the medications so your pup can have it without side effects. Your Vet knows what they are doing. But if you are really that worried call your Vet in the am and talk to them about it but until then keep giving your pup his meds and don't stop it without the vet's permission... Remember just like humans doctors are in for the best health of the patient and wouldn't prescribe something that would intentionally harm the patient... It's Bad For Business Answered by Madison Cossairt 3 months ago.
hell no not safe for any pets to have. it like a prison your dog. and kill your dog. . i wouldnt mess that . Answered by Zoe Batzer 3 months ago.
I have had my dog on Temaril P for a couple of months?
he has slight asthma when I get home and he is excited, it has seemed to increase and he seems to not be able to stop for a longer period of time. He is fine when he is calm. Is this due to hime being on the medication, does it change their normal breathing?
Asked by Avery Beedles 3 months ago.
temaril P reduces inflammation, it may have some positive effect on his asthma. but asthma is not very common in dogs so i would have a chat with your vet about it, might not be a bad idea to have a chest xray to make sure that's what it is. Answered by Deadra Leibfried 3 months ago.