Acepromazine (generic of PromAce)
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The top tranquilizer and neuroleptic agents for dogs, cats, and horses
Can be used as an antihistamine
Stabilizes heart rate

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  • Acepromazine aka Tranquilizers
    This product is great for a hyper active dog who needs to stay calm during heartworm treatment. It's small, easy to hide in cheese or peanut butter and works quickly! by on 10/19/2020
  • Be Very Careful when combining this with other Meds!
    Our very old dachshund is on Selegrine and we were told that we might want to try Acepromazine as well to help him sleep through the night. We gave him a 1/4 of the recommended dose and thought that we had killed him... he was **** near comatose for an entire day, and it turns out that "Ace" concentrates the Selegrine out of the bloodstream. Our vet should have known this, and it was only PetCare RX hotline to a vet who was able to let us know what was going on. THANK GOODNESS FOR PET CARE RX and their 24/7 on-call vet service... If used without any other meds, this is likely safe, but be VERY careful when mixing with other meds! by on 02/20/2019
  • Acepromazine
    If your dog is crazy and excitable you may need acepromazine. by on 09/24/2018
  • Life saver for me and Gabe
    My fur baby Gabriel had to have surgery on his elbow and inter arm which was exposed down to the bone, to remove what the vet thought was a cancerous lipomas which turn out to be just a large fatty tissue. I brought ACEPROMAZINE to calm him down and to keep him from being stressed out and licking his arm so that it would heal quicker and properly. It really works. I highly recommend this to anyone who fur baby have to go threw anything that is stressful.. by on 06/25/2018
  • Finally she is calm....thunderstorms!!
    Delilah has been frightened of thunder and lightening since she was a baby. I have tried everything I have heard to ease her fear. Bought a thundershirt...did not help. My vet suggested acepromazine. I have to give it to her before the storm is near..she hears MUCH better than I do!! So I watch the weather maps and when I see a storm approaching I give her 1 tablet. It calms her down ALOT! I feel bad that she is so out of it, but it is better than watching her pant and pace and dig trying to hide. I highly recommend, as long as your vet approves! by on 04/18/2018
  • Love the change in our dog!
    Our rescue dog gets very excited in the car and, at a little over a year and 60 pounds, still nips as part of play, especially in the car. With a minimum dose our boy can now travel as well as our girl. We only give him enough to calm him, not knock him out. Our monthly six hour trips are pleasant again. by on 05/27/2016
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