Temaril P - Pet, Dog and Cat Medication and Prescription List | petMD

My dog is also dependent on Temaril-P or else he will scratch himself until he bleeds… Or worse.
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Some of the most common side effects of Temaril-P in dogs include upset stomach, diarrhea, vomiting, excessive food ingestion, extreme thirst, weight gain, dry and dull hair coat, panting, frequent urination, viciousness, aggressive behavior, lethargy, depression, muscle wasting and hypotension (low blood pressure). If any of these symptoms are particularly problematic and do not subside, veterinary attention must be sought immediately.
"TEMARIL-P is used in dogs to provide relief from itching, inflammation, and coughing."
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Temaril-P is recommended for the relief of itching regardless of cause. Its usefulness has been demonstrated for the relief of itching and the reduction of inflammation commonly associated with most skin disorders of dogs such as the eczema caused by internal disorders, otitis, and dermatitis (allergic, parasitic, pustular, and nonspecific). It often relieves pruritus which does not respond to other therapy. With any pruritus treatment, the cause should be determined and corrected; otherwise, signs are likely to recur following discontinuance of therapy. Cautions: Temaril-P should be given with food to prevent stomach upset. May cause drowsiness. Do not give to pregnant dogs.
Photo provided by Flickrneed a replacement for temaril. my dog itches her eyes until they bleed. she needs 1 -5mg tab per day. Any less the eyes get worse. HELP
Photo provided by FlickrDo not use Temaril-P in pregnant dogs. Studies have found a link between cleft palate deformities and use of corticosteroids in dogs.
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Does Temaril P have a specific shelf life? The one I have for my dog is from 2 years ago, but the bottle doesn't have an expiration date. So, I was needing to know if it's still good after 2 years please. ## Hi, Shayna! Yes, all medications have a limited shelf life, even those intended for veterinary use. The general rules are… Liquids are only good for approximately 10days, if refrigerated. Tablets that have been placed into a dispensing bottle, such as something you may receive from your vet or pharmacy, are good for one year from the date you receive them. Tablets that are still sealed in the original factory container usually have a shelf-life of about 3 years, until that seal is broken and they are exposed to the elements. Not all medications become dangerous past th... ...information on small round gray T100 scored ## I cannot be 100% certain, but other users of ours have identified this as being a Temaril-P tablet, that is used to treat skin conditions in dogs. It contains Trimeprazine and Predisolone, however, as a veterinary medication, rather than human, I have no other information on it and no way to confirm this identification. (The actual name for Trimeprazine) Can anyone confirm this? ...Temaril-P is used to treat itching and coughing (including kennel cough) in dogs. Temaril-P requires a prescription from your veterinarian, and is sold per tablet.Give this medication exactly as directed by your veterinarian. Do not give more or less than is prescribed by the veterinarian. If you do not understand the directions ask the pharmacist or veterinarian to explain them to you. The usual dose of Temaril-P is based on weight. For dogs up to 10 lbs give 1/2 tablet, for 11-20 lbs give 1 tablet, 21-40 lbs give 2 tablets and 41 lbs and up give 3 tablets. These tablets are given twice a day. After 4 days, the dose is typically reduced to 1/2 the initial dose. Keep plenty of water available for the pet. Temaril-P should be given with food. Store Temaril-P at room temperature away from moisture and heat. Keep this medication away from children and pets.