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Acepromazine (generic of PromAce)

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Acepromazine (generic of PromAce) is the best tranquilizer for your pet. It has many uses such as treating allergic reactions, sedating pets, and preparing pets for surgery. Given with instructions from your veterinarian, this medication will help your pet! More »

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 Never leave home without it. This medication is great if your dogs have problems in the car. My two English Springer Spaniels get very afraid of being closed up in a vehicle and this medicatioin is good also fabulous for fireworks and a mircle medication for storms and hurricanes. There is no sense in my little guys to be so anxious, upset and terrified. This is a must in an upsetting situation. August 22, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 Beware My golden puppy had a terrible reaction to this drug. Swelling and rash. Come to find out that she is very allergic. After she got spayed I was prescribed this drug to keep her calm. She was calm alright but her lips and ears were very swollen and she had a rash all over her stomach. I was so afraid it would effect her breathing. I had to give her Bennedryl for two days! I don’t have to say what a total nightmare that experience was, her getting spayed and to have such a radical reaction to the drug. May 10, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 Storms My dog is deadly affraid of storms (thunder). When I'm not home he will destroy everything and anything. I talked to my vet and she gave me ace and it is wonderful. He just sleeps through the storms! May 3, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 Awesome Product, Great Price We just adopted a female Golden Retriever and was she ever hyper, our vet gave us some samples of the acepromazine. Well it worked the dog could sleep and so could we. Got a hyper dog? This stuff will do the job.. Excellent service and fast shipping from PetCareRx. May 3, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 He's still upset, but can ride in a car now malcom and I recently relocated about two hours away. He's always been fine in the car before the move, but during, and ever since the move, he's a trembling wreck. He actually shakes the car he breathes so hard. My vet prescribed 1.5 of these tablets (he's ~77 lbs) but I've found that it requires 2 whole tablets for him to be affected at all. With 2 tablets, about 1.5 hours afterwards he's still shaking wildly in the car, but he's laying down while he does it, and the slobber is kept below the 1 gallon mark. February 26, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 Ear Infections My 9 year old Rottweiler gets these horrible ear infections several times a year. They are deep ear infections which cause the nerve in the right side of his face to be pinched from the swelling of his inner ear. This causes him numbness in the side of his face and it freaks him out and he snaps at the air like he is trying to catch invisible bugs. The antibodics work great but take 24-48 hrs to kick in. This medication was a life saver. We can all sleep at night now and he can rest and realx while he is healing and waiting for the antibodics to kick in. January 12, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 Car Trips are now fun for everyone (Including Joey) I recently purchased a vacation home, and decided to bring the dog (Joey) with us on vacation. Car rides were a disaster! My Vet proscribed Acepromazine, and what an amazing difference. He rests and relaxes through the entire ride (about 3 hours). I've learned through trial and error, that I must give him the pill at least 45 minutes prior to starting on the trip. The calmer he is when he gets the pill, the calmer he stays. Also, don't give on a full stomach. Can cause stomach upset. October 20, 2007
Rated 3 out of 5 avoiding the hebe jeebies like if give at proper time she is good as good, but if she is to excited may not work at all. September 11, 2007
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