Clomicalm is an oral medication prescribed by veterinarians to help control anxiety—including separation anxiety—in dogs. These tablets can also be used as part of a behavior modification program. This medication comes in an oral tablet form and can be easily disguised in your canine companion’s favorite food.
Clomicalm is used to control canine behavior problems, especially separation anxiety.
Possible Side Effects
Possible side effects include appetite changes, diarrhea, lethargy, dry mouth, difficulty urinating, or increased heart rate. Other side effects are possible. If your pet appears to be ill in any way after taking Clomicalm, call your veterinarian.
Drug & Food Interactions
Interactions can occur with MAOIs, selegiline, amitraz, insulin, some flea/tick collars, some antidepressants, and some thyroid medications. Always tell your veterinarian about any medications or supplements your pet is taking prior to using Clomicalm.
Animals who are allergic to clomipramine or other tricyclic antidepressants should not take Clomicalm. Discuss risks with your veterinarian if your dog experiences epilepsy, seizures, urine retention, decreased gastrointestinal motility, constipation, liver/kidney disease, heart rhythm disturbances, thyroid disease, or glaucoma before starting Clomicalm. Avoid feeding aged cheese to your dog with this medication. Pets under 6 months of age should not take Clomicalm. Safety studies have not been performed in pregnant/lactating females. Do not use in pets who are being treated or who have been recently treated with selegiline.
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