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Clomicalm (Clomipramine HCl) Tablets for Dogs

Clomicalm (Clomipramine HCl) Tablets for Dogs

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    Animal valium

    By Texastoast on Sep 3, 2020

    First of all let me state my vet prescribed half a pill a day, of the 5 mg pill, for my neutered male senior eight year old cat. He's been on the medication almost six months now.  He began showing anxiety and spraying all over the house whenever he saw a cat in the back yard. I have used Feliway plug First of all let me state my vet prescribed half a pill a day, of the 5 mg pill, for my neutered male senior eight year old cat. He's been on the medication almost six months now.  He began showing anxiety and spraying all over the house whenever he saw a cat in the back yard. I have used Feliway plug ins, and other calming aids but nothing was working.  I clean the litter box two to four times a day.  I even use fox urine in the yard to deter cats, raccoons and other animals from coming into my yard. He wasn't sleeping, and kept meowing and yowling. The vet said to allow thirty days for the drug to get into his system, but it worked from the very first dose.  No spraying, no meowing, no pacing or running from window to window, not going into the litter box every fifteen minutes to urinate a small bit or dig around. No excessive grooming.  I send a written report to my vet every month with updates. He sleeps the normal fourteen or so hours a day. Birds in the yard don't agitate him as much.  The only negative side effect I've encountered is he seems to have some elimination issues. Every other month I've found a couple pieces of feces in the house. Once near the litter box, in the living room, and in the kitchen where he sits to eat. I think he might be dribbling a little urine as he licks himself a bit more. He's not meowing or stressed and otherwise goes into the litter box normally. It's a lot easier to clean up a couple pieces of feces than cat urine spray. … more

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    Not sure it's actually doing anything..... but then again.....

    By sickle on Jul 24, 2020

    We have a little dachshund (just over a year) that we rescued earlier this year and he has a bit of separation anxiety. He's a great dog but tends to go off the deep end when I leave. Thanks to the virus, that hasn't been often so when I do go, he really becomes unglued. I tried all the normal routes We have a little dachshund (just over a year) that we rescued earlier this year and he has a bit of separation anxiety. He's a great dog but tends to go off the deep end when I leave. Thanks to the virus, that hasn't been often so when I do go, he really becomes unglued. I tried all the normal routes (we only rescue dachshunds so this is not my first nervous guy) but they failed. My vet recommended this and we have had him on it for about 2 weeks. I can say that it does nothing for him when I separate the gang (we currently have 5) to take a group for the morning walk and he has to wait to be in the second crew BUT I have found that if I have to leave later in the morning (to grocery shop) he takes that news in a more calm manner and is able to be comforted better. I just had the brilliant idea to give the pill at night before bedtime to see if that will help in the morning (maybe it's not fully in his system by the time we do the a.m. walks) so we'll see if doing a nighttime dose will help. TBD. … more

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    Completely ineffective

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    My vet prescribed this for my dog who has separation and confinement anxiety. He must be crated because he has clawed through drywall when we've left the house, but he also chews and claws attempting to escape the crate. My vet was resistant to prescribe Xanax or Prozac and called those a last resort and advised us to try Clomicalm. I ordered a 90-day supply, and it is completely ineffective for my pup. After trying it for a month, it was clear it made no difference for his anxiety.

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    Clomicalm for dogs

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    I didn't realize Inwas buying one pill! It looked like the whole bottle

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