Can I just stop giving my dog Temaril-P?

Can I just stop giving my dog Temaril-P?

Do not stop this medication suddenly without talking to your veterinarian, as serious side effects could occur and there may be important reasons to continue its use.

How Long Can dogs stay on Temaril-P?

During the initial phase of treatment the effect should last 12 hours, and become longer as therapy progresses. If Temaril-P is stopped, signs of the disease may reappear.

What are the side effects of Temaril for Dogs?

Possible Side Effects: Trimeprazine can cause drowsiness, tremors and muscle weakness. Prednisolone may cause symptoms of Cushing’s disease which include increased thirst, urination and hunger as well as vomiting and diarrhea. Other side effects may also occur.

How much Temaril for Dogs?

Dosage and Administration

Weight of Dog Initial Dosage
Up to 10 lb 1/2 tablet, twice daily
11-20 lb 1 tablet, twice daily
21-40 lb 2 tablets, twice daily
Over 40 lb 3 tablets, twice daily

What is 16 in Dog Years?

A 16-year-old dog, depending on his size, is roughly the equivalent of an 80- to 123-year-old person. Like elderly humans, your dog is moving more slowly and sleeping more than he did in his spryer years. He may be showing signs of cognitive deterioration as well.

What to expect from a 16 year old dog?

Expect your dog to develop a more sensitive stomach. Kidney or liver problems also are common at this age and can affect the type of food he should eat. Consult with your veterinarian to determine the best diet to match your dog’s age and health status.

How old is Teddy too old for anesthesia?

Teddy was probably over 100 in “human years,” which, of course, was a concern as we considered anesthesia for an elective procedure. His mouth was a bowl of pus soup, so it was my professional opinion that the benefits outweighed the risks for Teddy having a complicated dental procedure involving over a dozen extractions.

How did Teddy the dog die from anesthesia?

This allowed Teddy to breathe pure oxygen from the machine as we cleaned up his mouth, which was standard procedure. Seconds later, Teddy veered off the normal path of recovery. Instead of slowly waking up…Teddy died.