Entyce (capromorelin) Oral Solution for Dogs

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Prescribed for dogs with suppressed appetites, Entyce (capromorelin oral solution) makes once-a-day dosing easy. rnEntyce's flavored, oral solution can help stimulate appetite, increase food intake and add body weight.

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Rated 4.0921 out of 5 stars
152 Ratings
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149 Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By works on Aug 26, 2023

Fantastic Product

I have a 10 year old Dobie who has bone cancer. I have spent 8 years trying to get this dog to eat! She is the pickiest eater which I am not used to. Recently she was diagnosed terminal and had lost 4 lbs and my hair was getting more grey every day. My vet recommended Entyce and it worked, she’s not a fan of taking meds of any kind but willingly did so. We did a dose for 3 days in a row and she would eat for 5 days in a row. I’ll take it. I got the 4 lbs back on her and she’s holding her own for now. Medication is pricey to be sure but there is nothing I wouldn’t do for my girl.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cathy on Aug 27, 2023

A Godsend!

There are 2 meds that stimulate appetite. Tried the pill brand first and my dog vocalized a lot. So I tried this and it's great. She doesn't like the taste but I only need to get 0.5ml in her. She was 10lb (should be 13 lb) and she is already up to 11 lb. She does 'vocalize' a little but not as bad as with the other brand (howl or call out but not in distress). She has more energy now - still old and senile but more active.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Rockstar on Aug 12, 2023

Kidney failure

My 11 year old Italian Greyhound went into kidney failure. She had to be hospitalized and had lost all interest in her kidney diet. With the help of this product she slowly repaint her appetite. I wish she would eat on her own but most time I have to hand feed her which I don’t mind at all. This product does help if your dog or cat loses their appetite due to illness or procedures.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By adamluv on Aug 10, 2023

This works

My old Chihuahua is suffering from kidney failure and goes to his vet four times a week for Sub Q fluids. I give him Entyce once a day at night and he will eat his food. He will not eat in the morning. He is very skinny but at least I can get some food into him due to this medicine. It is keeping him alive.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Eve on Jul 15, 2023

Dog Hates the Vanilla Flavor

Why they would choose to make it vanilla flavor is beyond my understanding. Is vanilla popular amongst dogs? My dog hates it, and has begun snarling at me when I approach her with it. It doesn't work great, but she is eating slightly more than before. I have tried to contact Elanco (manufacturer) about offering a different flavor. If they read consumer reviews, they would be in touch with the fact that A LOT of reviews state dogs hate the flavor. Come on, Elanco...you can do better!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lynn on Aug 10, 2023

Really helps my 9 yo toy poodle

My little girl is recovering from a food allergy and lost a lot of weight and her appetite. Entice has helped increase her appetite and regain her weight. It is simple to administer and well tolerated, she eats within 30 min. SO much better appetite!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Cinny on Jun 23, 2023

Entyce appetite stimulant for dogs

"Entyce" appeared to have the desired effect on my elderly, non-food-motivated demented sweet pup (who has since passed). That is, he ate a bit after being "dosed." Jaco did NOT like the taste, however, and the syringe is a bit awkard to use -- but not as awkard as the syringe from my vet, which did not fit tightly on the bottle, allowing this "liquid gold" (it's quite pricey!) to be wasted. I would recommend giving Entyce a try.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Bebe on May 31, 2023

Entyce for dogs

I have an elderly boxer . She has good and bad days. Bad days are when she won’t eat even though her stomach is making unGodly noises and I beg and bribe etc etc. I give her a dose of Entyce and within a couple of hours she has her appetite back. It definitely works but is pricey.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Esther on Jun 22, 2023


This was the best stuff I wish I had it a few years ago when I had a dog quit eating my 13 year old about 4 hours after turning down food ate very nicely

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Janie on Feb 24, 2023

Entycec works for my elderly dog

My dog was first given this with other medications after having geriatric vestibular syndrome twice. She was dizzy and nauseous, and this helped her gain her appetite back. In the two years since, she has still had a reluctance to eat. Our vet recommended continuing the Entyce, so when she won't touch her food, I give her a very reduced dose (0.4 mL). That seems to be enough to get her to eat for the day. She doesn't like the taste, and I can't figure out why they would add vanilla flavor to it instead of something a dog would actually like. I get the syringe on the back part of her tongue so it doesn't have to be all over inside her mouth. She still has some yet undiagnosed vomiting issues, but it doesn't ever seem to be directly tied to this medicine. We're still working with our vet for more testing. Entyce is expensive, but with the very reduced dose I give, it's reasonable, and I feel relieved when my dog eats.