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Atopica (Cyclosporine) PRODUCT REVIEWS PAGE 2 OF 5

Atopica (Cyclosporine) is a non-steroidal option for the treatment of your dog's dermatitis. Atopica (Cyclosporine) works by directly affecting the immune cells responsible for itchy allergic reactions to a variety of different substances.

Options Available: 4-9 lbs., 10mg - 15 capsules 9.1-16 lbs., 25mg - 15 capsules 16.1-33 lbs., 50mg - 15 capsules 33.1-64 lbs, 100mg - 15 capsules

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5by DEFINITELY WORKS !!!I have a Jack Russell, rescue girl, had been treating her both with tradicional and chinese medicines, which were working some days better than others, but also a bath every 3 days for the last 2 years!! Finally, I started her on ATOPICA two months ago.....keep the pills in the fridge, no side effects, no vomiting or diarrhea....she takes one 25 mg every day, and no more scratching, IT WORKS!!! She still in on her chinese medicine pills, as a suplement, but I am very pleased with ATOPICA. 07/11/2014
Rated 4 out of 5by Using with another productI did not see much difference when used alone. However using with ketaconazole (pill) and douxo chlorhexidine mousse (on paws) all is well. 05/06/2014
Rated 5 out of 5by Good Product for AllergiesThis is a god product for a pet that has allergies. It would be great if they did not need it, but some have allergies severe enough they have to have medicine to function. 10/06/2013
Rated 4 out of 5by atpoica - good stuffI like the product. My vet prescribed the medication for my dog's irritable bowl syndrome. 09/12/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by Expeditious service, help available by phone, web site still needs some tweaking and mobile device "friendliness".The reason I would not recommend this product is because it requires not only a prescription, but also very competent medical evaluation and specific indications for use, and cannot/should not be used without a veterinary thorough consideration. This product amounts to aggressive immunosuppression that cannot be taken lightly, less than sure success, has a well established profile of unpleasant side effects, some serious risks, and should not be subject of recommendation by non-professionals. 09/07/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by Expeditious service, help available by phone, web site still needs some tweaking and mobile device "friendliness". The reason I would not recommend this product is because it requires not only a prescription, but also very competent medical evaluation and specific indications for use, and cannot/should not be used without a veterinary thorough consideration. This product amounts to aggressive immunosuppression that cannot be taken lightly, less than sure success, has a well established profile of unpleasant side effects, some serious risks, and should not be subject of recommendation by non-professionals. 09/07/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by EXPENSIVE BUT GOOD!I have an 8 1/2 yr old 72 LB Border Collie/Lab mix who was a rescue and has itched since she was 2 years old (at least that when it was truly noticed). The visit to the specialized Dermotoligst revealed the solution was Atopica. Now keep in mind my dog has had (2) TPLO surgeries and also needs (100 mg) + (50 mg) of Atopica each day. Atopica works for the itching and to see my dog comfortable has been worth the expense. For those who not aware, Atopica offers a rebate for every 2 box purchase. This year, due to cost I am trying generic! 01/11/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by AtopicaAs retirees with a much-loved little poodle, the price of Atopica is taking its toll on our budget! She is doing well on the medication, so we chisel out the $$$ somehow. Please consider the economy and revisit the outrageous cost of this medication...for the sake of our pets! 10/23/2012
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