Paralytic agent for controlled anaesthesia. KN Saint Kitts and Nevis. Xanax does interact badly with certain other medications like some antacids, heart medication, antibiotics or anti-fungal drugs. No cat needs 1mg! An hour or 2 later my cat came up to me meowing very strangely and extremely distressed, an he never meows.
Intralesional, IP or SQ. Mucolytic Asthma , Acetaminophen toxicity. Glutathione replenisher - feline inflammatory liver disease. Mammary hyperplasia , Induces abortion. Analgesia for chronic pain. CNS stimulation during certain toxicoses. Protease inhibitor Pancreatitis , fibrinolytic agent. Ascorbic acid Vitamin C. Toxoplasma , Pneumocystis spp.
Pre-anaesthetic medicant, Sinus bradycardia. Pemphigus , Gingivitis and podomatitis. Afterload reduction Renal , CHF. Cushing's syndrome , false pregnancy , lactation cessation. Asthma , Irritable bowel disease. Cestodes - Taenia spp , Spirometra spp , Diphyllobothrium spp. Hypoparathyroidism , Hyperparathyroidism primary , Renal secondary hyperparathyroidism. Cefadroxil Cefa-drops - cephalosporin. May cause m ethaemaglobinaemia.
Chemotherapy , Irritable bowel disease. Immune mediated skin diseases Pemphigus , EGC. Oesophagitis , gastric ulceration, antiemetic, chronic gastritis. Behaviour modification, inappropriate elimination , obsessive compulsive disorders , aggression. Aortic thromboembolism , hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Keep in contact with skin for 10 mins. Vit B 12 deficiency. Lymphosarcoma , myeloproliferative disorders.
Thrombocytopenia , Pemphigus , sebaceous adenitis. Dry eye , Eosinophilic keratitis. Appetite stimulant, aortic thromboembolism. Dalteparin low MW heparin. Brown recluse spider bite. Chemotherapy - Feline leukemia , methylation inhibitor. Iron chelation for doxorubicin -induced cardiotoxicity. Status epilepticus , certain toxicoses. Reflex dyssynergia urethral obstruction. Urinary disorder in cat. Parasites - Hookworm, whipworm, roundworm.
Detrusor hyperspasticity or urge incontinence. Hypertension , Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy , Supraventricular tachycardia. Spinal cord trauma, Amyloidosis. Feline babesiosis , Trypanosomiasis. Mast cell tumour , antiemetic. Anaphylaxis, urticaria, angioneurotic oedema. Docusate sodium or calcium. Renal vasodilator, acute renal failure. Respiratory stimulant in neonates. Hypertension , Congestive heart failure , Valvular endocardiosis.
Phosphate binder for chronic renal disease. Parasites - Dipylidium spp , Taenia spp. Anaemia from Kidney disease. Selective B 1 blockade. Gastric antisecretory H 2 receptor antagonist. Atopy, fatty acid deficiency. Capillaria aerophilia , Coccidiosis. Urinary urge incontinence Detrusor hyperspasticity. Fludrocortisone acetate Aldosterone analogue. Follicle stimulating hormone FSH. Hydrocephalus , brain oedema. Muscle relaxation during certain toxicoses. Sinus bradycardia, SA block, AV block.
Gonadotropin releasing hormone Chorulon. Cystic ovarian syndrome , Ovarian remnant syndrome. Granulocyte colony stimulating factor. Aortic thromboembolism , thrombophlebitis. Lipoprotein lipase provocation test. Ocular herpes viral infection. Congestive heart failure and Chronic renal disease. Imipenem -cilastin Broad-spectrum 'Gorilla-cillin'.
IM or slow IV. Behavioural modification, urinary incontinence. Interferon a 2 , human recombinant. Immunostimulant in non-neoplastic feline leukemia. Interferon-a 2b , human recombinant. Hyperthyroidism , Sporothrix spp. Sinus bradycardia, SA or AV block. Bradycardia, AV block, cardiac arrest. Vasodilator, osmotic diuretic, [megaoesophagus. Isotretinoin Vitamin D analogue. Fungal infections or generalised dermatomycosis. Cheyletiella spp , Notoedres spp.
GI tract bacterial overgrowth. Systemic and cutaneous mycoses , Sporothrix spp. Fungal infections , CNS mycoses. Stool softener, hepatic encephalopathy. Megacolon , Hepatic encephalopathy. Levallorphan 1st generation opiate antagonist. Heartworm disease , Filaroides, Lungworm. Xanax is a prescription medication used to help alleviate behavioral problems in kitties such as aggression, anxiety and fear.
If your furry friend seems to be experiencing such issues, consult with your vet to see if a medication like Xanax might help him feel relaxed and more like himself. Xanax is a type of depressant medication known as a benzodiazepine. The active ingredient in Xanax is alprazolam, which has a tranquilizing effect on your kitty.
While some types of behavioral medications take a few weeks or months of use to show any results in your furry friend, Xanax produces results almost immediately. The medication works within a few hours by altering the chemical activity in your little one's brain that affects his reactions to stressful or scary situations, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
It's a controlled substance and requires a prescription by a veterinarian licensed by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration. Drugs like Xanax are used to treat generally stressed-out kitties who are exhibiting their anxiety by eliminating outside of the litter box or spraying their urine around your home. Xanax can also help those who have issues with separation anxiety, phobias or aggressive behavior toward people or other pets, according to PetPlace.
In some cases, your vet might prescribe Xanax to increase your kitty's appetite, treat seizures or help with irritable bowel syndrome. While Xanax is approved for use in people by the U. Food and Drug Administration, it is used by veterinarians as an extra-label drug in felines. Extra-label drugs don't state on the label that they are approved for use in kitties but can still be prescribed by veterinarians for pets. When used in small doses, Xanax has a calming effect on your kitty and can even make him a bit sleepy.
Larger doses can actually have the opposite effect on your already feisty feline, increasing his anxiety and causing some insomnia for him. Work with your vet to determine the correct dosage for the desired effect. Ideally, the medication should stop your furry friend's undesirable behavior and keep him calm in short-term stressful situations, like trips to the vet or thunderstorms.