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Gabapentin is prescribed to canines and felines to control seizures.

Gabapentin cures conditions of seizures and pain.

A seizure is a condition of uncontrollable physical movements caused by the brain. These movements can be harsh jerks of the body or spasms which happen suddenly without warning. A pet may become unconscious during this uncontrollable seizure. Epilepsy can occur due to idiopathic reasons or due to a condition of the brain and spinal cord region. Common conditions which cause a pet to seize include; epilepsy, hypothyroidism, ingestion of poisons, or Microsporidiosis Encephalitozoonosis.

Epilepsy tends to affect dogs more severely when they are of younger age. The symptoms of an infant canine with epilepsy includes; polyphagia, polydipsia, pacing, loss of sight, behavior of a compulsive nature, wandering, disorientation, or confused periods. In adult cases of Epilepsy, the canine may have seizures for a short period of time lasting no more than ninety seconds. In most cases, episodes of epilepsy attack take place during times of sleep. Epilepsy is primarily managed through medications. Medication such as an anticonvulsant or an antiepileptic has proven to work efficiently in canine seizure cases.

A pet diagnosed with seizures will display aliments such as; polyphagia, polydipsia, pacing, loss of sight, behavior of a compulsive nature, wandering, disorientation, or confused periods.


Breed of feline or canine is irrelevant to the case of seizures.


1.What steps should I take if my pet has adverse effects from product?
Contact your veterinarian immediately.

2. Who should not take this product?
Patients with heart conditions, pregnant, or lactating should restrict from taking this product.

3. What happens if I miss a dose?
Administer dose as soon as you remember, however do not give two doses in one day.

4. What happens if I over dose my animal?
Over dose reactions are rare. In case of accidental over dose seek emergency attention.

5. How should I handle my pet when he/she is in a seizure state?
Do not move the pet. Biting and scratching is a possibility when a pet is having a seizure. Move harmful objects away from the area in which your pet is seizing avoid harm. Contact your veterinarian if the state is occurring for a long period of time or this is the primary time your darling has had a seizure.

Product Cautions

Keep product out of the hands of children.

Product is not intended for human use.

Product is to be used with veterinary consent.

Read the entire content of the label before each use.

Products handled improperly can become hazardous to both humans and animals. Read label instructions carefully and follow accordingly.

PET: Not to be used in pregnant or lactating females.

HUMANS: This product is FDA approved to be used in humans; however, no product should ever be used if not personally prescribed for the user.

If Swallowed: Immediately contact a poison control center to be instructed of the situation. Offer water to affected person if said person is in a state of consciousness. Do not encourage the individual to vomit unless instructed by a medical physician.  

If in eyes: If product residue affects the eyes, keep the affected eye open while flushing said eye with water. If individual wears contact lenses, remove the contact and continue flushing eye for five minutes. Continue to cleanse the eye for 20 minutes and contact a medical physician if irritation occurs.

If on skin or clothing: Remove the contaminated clothing immediately and begin washing the skin for 20 minutes. Continue to cleanse the skin with soap and water as you seek advice from a medical professional.

Storage and disposal

Storage: Store product in the temperature of the room.

Disposal: Dispose un-used or empty containers as directed on the label. Never re-use containers and always recycle or dispose. If you have any questions, contact your local medical waste agency for directions or contact 1-800-CLEANUP for additional information.

Generic products contain the same active ingredients as their brand name comparisons. Brand name comparisons may be more costly than generic brands, but storage regulations are strictly followed. Through proper storage and good handling, generic equivalents work at the same effect rate as name brand products.


How it Works
The body is filled with neurotransmitters working together to allow function to the numerous systems in the body. A neurotransmitter known as GABA, is responsible in maintaining impulse balances of the brain nerves. Gabapentin copies GABA, stabilizing the activity of the electric impulses from the brain to accompanying nerves. This process treats seizures.

Felines and canines:
Medication should be administered according to veterinary instruction.

Pet    Amount        
Puppies/Dog:    Seizures: 4.5 mg-13.5 mg/lb every 8-12 hours
Pain: 1.4 mg/lb        
Kittens/Cat:    Seizures: 2.3 mg/lb. Every 8 hours
Pain: 1.4 mg/lb once a day     



Active Ingredients    Amount       
Gabapentin    100 mg     

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