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Fluoxetine is a prescription drug available for both cats and dogs. The primary use of Fluoxetine is for the treatment of aggression and obsessive-compulsive disorders in cats and dogs, but it can also be used to treat itchiness.

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5by Way cheaper than my vet! Product is as effective as I got from my vet and less money! 07/07/2016
Rated 5 out of 5by Chill pillWe adopted a 9 year old Brittany that was used to being the only dog and had pretty much been cooped up. We knew from the adoption history that he had issues with Separation Anxiety. We've had him over a year and he's somewhat adjusted to have those "other dogs" around, which did help him not feel so alone. But his behavior was getting a bit more anxious. We discussed this with our Vet and were told Prozac can work for dogs. Well, Fluoxetine is a "generic" for prozac. It'll take a couple more weeks to see full affect, but so far he doesn't seem more mellow and for the price, couldn't ask for better. I'd definitely recommend this for dogs suffering from separation anxiety!! 03/18/2016
Rated 4 out of 5by Effective drug for anxietyThis is the best drug I've found for anxiety. I've tried others, and they just don't work as well. 09/07/2015
Rated 4 out of 5by For a chronically anxious dog, it helps.For a chronically anxious dog, it helps. If your pet is otherwise perfectly healthy and still anxious, this is a time tested option. In our case, it helps. 11/17/2014
Rated 4 out of 5by HelpsI have a hyper miniature poodle with misplaced aggression. This medication helps him somewhat but not fully. He is definitely less hyper. He gets over sedated if I give him 8 mg. so I give him 5 mg. 8 mg. is what the vet prescribed. 09/08/2013
Rated 5 out of 5by Kitty Pills (Fluoxetine)Buff, a 14+ pound Blue linxs point Siamese is getting up in age. He's 15 but looks 7 or 8 years old.He started peeing indoors to mark his territory, from an invading pair of wild cats that would daily walk buy our many picture windows. Buff is the alpha male of three cats. He thought he was doing well by marking, But wow we might not find his pee for a couple days and it would sink and ruin things. I love Buff but was seriously so sick of fiding rancid smeely pee, Iwas telling him "stop or you're going to be put down".My sister told us about Fluoxetine. We got 10 mg. caps. Buff's dose of 2.5 mg is given by mixing the powder in some wet food. The 10 mg. cap is taken apart and I divide the 10 mg. pile of powder into four piles with a single edge razor blade on a small peice of glass. Works well. But I look like a cocane user. Well after 2-3 weeks he has never peed outside the litter box. He is also more loving and mild. He sleeps his usual 20 hours like before. This drug has been a miracal for us.My sister has a beautiful Bengal "James Bond", who would pee indoors because my sister can't help feeding a stray cat. Her vet said Prozac might work. James Bond has been good kitty for three years from Fluoxeline. But lately she had to up his dose.Try this stuff. 02/13/2010
Rated 4 out of 5by Doggie prozacI like being able to order my pet's RX here. It is about 1/3 the price I was paying at the vet's office. Our dog has/had separation anxiety and OCD, she would chew her ears and when going out to potty, would have to circle forever before she would go, the prozac really helps with it, I have tried to take her off several times and the symptoms always reappear so she is on it for good. We wrap a bit of cream cheese around the capsule and she looks forward to this every morning. 08/16/2008
Rated 5 out of 5by Exceptional Customer ServiceMy Bernese Mountain Dog was diagnosed with the canine version of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) several years ago. The primary symptom was that he seemed to be "snapping"at imaginary flies overhead (at least that's how the vet described it and I couldn't come up with a better description.) Anyway, this is a chronic condition for which he has to take several of these fluoxetine capsules each day. When he doesn't get them he gets more aggressive, forcefully nudging you when he wants something and charging the cat. Recently, for some unknown reason, a refill of the medication failed to arrive at my home despite assertions to the contrary by the US Postal Service. When I called PetCareRx to inform them, my customer service rep., Janice, couldn't have been nicer or more responsive. With little fanfare, she and her supervisor reshipped the order, upgrading the shipping option to UPS, at no additional cost to me. What more can you ask of a company? Thank you! 05/22/2008
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