Rated 5 out of 5 Seems to work!
I know the veterinary community is not entirely sure of this product's effectiveness. However, after months of my dog pacing and being awake half the night, a couple of weeks after beginning this pill, he sleeps through the night. My dog now settles down at around 9 or 9:30 and stays asleep (most of the time)! it was horrible seeing him in that type of distress, and in all honesty, the lack of sleep was really rough on us. This pill is the only answer as to why the pacing stopped. I think it is amazing.
May 12, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 Used Also For Canine/Dog "Alzheimer's Disease" Lifesaver!
Also used for Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Disorder which is a type of canine Alzheimer's Disease. Absolutely saved my dog's life by slowing and reversing many of the symptoms and behaviors associated with this disease in aging pets such as: disrupted sleep wake cycle, agitated, barking, pacing, crying at night/very deep sleep during daytime, confusion including walking in circles and becoming "lost" in familiar places in residence, not recognizing his name at times, skittish about being petted, confusing inside and outside for bathroom, depression/agitation, etc. He is 1000% improved in all of these areas! I almost had to have him put down because he was so miserable. This medication was unfamiliar to my vets. I did the research, and I showed the information to my vets on this disorder and this medication, and I'm so glad that I did. This medication has bought us more time together. I have my old friend back again!
June 28, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 Every dog is different. Just like us humans.
My dog Sissy who is 14 yrs old has been on Anipryl for 3 months now and I saw an improvement after 1 month. Having concerns with the price but I scrape so my dog can have an easier life. She was put on it cause she was having problems with wetting inside the house not realizing inside from outside. She has had none of the side affects and her inside wetting is decreasing which makes me happy.
April 29, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 Kim is right be consistent!!
My 10y greater swiss mtn has been on Anipryl 30mg. SID for 1-1/2 years except for a lapse during the FL hurricanes last fall. After approximately 2 months his symptoms reoccured. Including aggitation, aggresion, moodiness, psyco seizures,and disorientaion. This medication can take anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks to see full results so be patient and consistent for a fair trial.*This is a prescription item
June 21, 2005
Rated 5 out of 5 Be Consistent
Many other people with elderly dogs have not had success with this product. We have found, through human error, that consistency is a MUST. If you are faithful about giving this to your dog daily, it can really help. Wally is now 15 and has been on Anipryl 1.5 years. It gave him, and us, a new "leash on life". He is calmer, more alert, less clingy, and less agitated.*This is a prescription item
January 27, 2005