Clemastine Fumarate (the generic alternative to Tavist) is a long-acting antihistamine. It is beneficial in the treatment of allergy symptoms in cats and dogs, including bothersome itching.
Who is Clemastine Fumarate 2.68 mg, 100 Tablets for?
Dogs and cats.
Why use Clemastine Fumarate 2.68 mg, 100 Tablets?
Clemastine Fumarate is an antihistamine medication that helps to reduce itching caused by allergies or atopy. It has less sedative properties than alternative antihistamines.
How does Clemastine Fumarate 2.68 mg, 100 Tablets work?
Clemastine Fumarate provides long-term relief from allergy symptoms by preventing histamines from affecting bodily tissue.
Sandoz, Teva or other generic brand
Each tablet for oral administration contains 2.68mg clemastine fumarate. Inactive ingredients include lactose (monohydrate), hydroxypropyl methyl-cellulose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, sodium starch glycolate, and starch (corn).
How is Clemastine Fumarate 2.68 mg, 100 Tablets sold?
100 Tablet Bottle
What are the side effects of Clemastine Fumarate 2.68 mg, 100 Tablets?
Potential adverse reactions: Drowsiness Excessive water consumption Excessive thirst Diarrhea
What special precautions are there?
Follow your veterinarian's directions closely. Exercise extreme care and caution in giving this product to a pet with glaucoma, heart disease, a bladder problem, or a prostate condition.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Clemastine Fumarate 2.68 mg, 100 Tablets?
Store at room temperature and keep out of direct sunlight or heat.
Clemastine Fumarate is a highly efficient itching remedy for cats and dogs. It can be used alongside other types of anti-inflammatories to boost their effectiveness. It's among the most effective antihistamines for dogs with skin irritation.
Ask your veterinarian about proper dosing. Give 1 dose twice daily (at 12-hour intervals).