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    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      No treatment other than supportive care…Depending on severity, I often will give a Cerenia (maropitant) injection and send home oral meclizine.

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        • neuropetvet
          neuropetvet says:

          It’s anecdotal and size dependent. For dogs, I usually give 12.5 to 50 mg once daily. Very small dogs get 12.5mg, small to medium size dogs get 25mg, large to giant breed dogs get 50mg. For most cats I give 12.5mg once daily. I give half that dose for very small cats. It’s fairly non-sedating, but I have owners give at night just in case it causes sedation so that it occurs when the patient is supposed to be asleep anyway.

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