|Benadryl for dogs|
It is used orally in dogs and cats only.not
for human use. Keep out of reach of children and pets. The most commonly the reported side effect is increased salivation or foaming at the mouth
when the tablet is not swallowed completely. A diphenhydramine HCl overdose can cause lethargy, dry mouth, urinary retention, diarrhea, vomiting, and loss of appetite. This product may
cause excitement in cats. Contact your veterinarian if your animal experiences any of the above conditions after taking this product. Your pet should not receive more than three doses in 24 hours. This product should not be used in breeding animals. This product should be used under the guidance of a licensed veterinary professional. For more information, read the complete product label on the product bottle upon receipt.
WHAT IS Diphenhydramine:
Diphenhydramine is an antihistamine used in both humans and pets. The most commonly known diphenhydramine for humans is Benadryl®. An equivalent product manufactured specifically for
dogs and cats is known as Vetadryl®.
Veterinarians rely on diphenhydramine for managing conditions such as motion
sickness and as an aid in both allergy management and atopic dermatitis (itchy skin). But it’s important to ensure proper precautions and accurate dosing for your pet when managing these conditions, as advised by your veterinarian.
- Be sure to have your pet weighed during the appointment and ask your veterinarian for dosing recommendations.
QUESTIONS About Diphenhydramine:
During your visit, consider the questions below to discuss with your veterinarian prior to administering a diphenhydramine product such as Vetadryl®:
1- How does diphenhydramine work?
2- Will my dog be sleepy after receiving diphenhydramine?
3- Should it be given with food?
4- Are there any side effects to giving this to my dog or cat?
5- How often can I administer diphenhydramine each day?
6- Are there any contraindications to administering diphenhydramine to my pet based upon their exam, including if they received any vaccines?
A TABLET For Dogs and Cats:
While speaking with your veterinarian,
consider asking about Vetadryl® – the chicken‑liver-flavored diphenhydramine HCl
tablet formulated specifically for dogs in cats.
This minimizes the risk of administering the
incorrect amount, which may harm your pet.
Vetadryl is flavor tested: preferred 7x more
than diphenhydramine capsules* Vetadryl is in a tablet form (as opposed to Benadryl® capsules) and flavored so that it can be given as a treat, making administration easy.
Vetadryl is available in both 10mg and
30mg strength for dogs and cats of all sizes,
ensuring a greater likelihood for more
Vetadryl is less-expensive than branded over‑the‑counter human diphenhydramine products at just pennies a tablet.
Ask your veterinarian about Vetadryl® during your visit!