What is Entyce?
Entyce is a flavored oral solution that is used to stimulate appetite in dogs. It is a tasty appetite stimulant that can help treat both chronic and acute conditions in dogs that cause a decrease in appetite. Entyce 30 mg/ml oral solution is available as 10 ml, 15 ml, and 30 ml bottles that come with a convenient dosing syringe for quicker and more accurate administration. Entyce requires a prescription from your veterinarian.
- Stimulates appetite in dogs
- Helps with chronic and acute conditions that cause a lack of appetite
- Comes with dosing syringe
- Easy to administer
How does Entyce work?
Entyce contains capromorelin, which mimics the hunger hormone (ghrelin) in the brain that generates the feeling of hunger.
For use in dogs only. Use with caution in dogs with hepatic dysfunction and renal insufficiency. The safe use of Entyce hasn't been evaluated in pregnant, breeding, or lactating dogs. Avoid giving to dogs with hypersensitivity to capromorelin.
Capromorelin oral solution
What is the most important thing I should know about Entyce?
Entyce requires a prescription from your veterinarian. It is indicated for appetite stimulation in dogs. Entyce is a flavored oral solution that contains capromorelin.
What should I discuss with my veterinarian before giving Entyce to my pet?
Talk to your veterinarian about your pet's change or lack of appetite. Tell your veterinarian if your pet is pregnant, breeding, or lactating. Also, let them know if your pet has hepatic dysfunction or renal insufficiency. If your pet has any other medical problems or allergies, let your veterinarian know before giving your pet Entyce.
How should Entyce be given to my pet?
Administer Entyce directly into the mouth using the provided dosing syringe. Administer one dose of 1.4 mg/lb body weight once daily.
What are the potential side effects of Entyce?
Side effects of Entyce can include diarrhea, vomiting, polydipsia (excessive thirst), and hypersalivation.
What happens if I miss giving my pet a dose of Entyce?
If you miss a dose, give the next dose of Entyce as soon as you remember. If it is close to the next dose, skip the missed dose and resume a regular dosing schedule.
What happens if I overdose my pet on Entyce?
If an overdose is suspected, immediately contact your veterinarian.
What other drugs will affect Entyce?
Before giving your dog other medications, contact your veterinarian.
How To Use
- Gently shake the bottle
- Withdraw the appropriate amount of solution using the provided dosing syringe.
- Administer directly into the mouth
- Rinse the syringe between doses
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How to Order Your Pet’s Medications from Pasadena Pet Store
- Log into your account on pasadenapetstore.com and create your account if you are ordering any prescription items. This way, You can track all your previous history of orders with us including your pet, veterinarian information.
- Please allow us to contact your veterinarian and give us, Pasadena Pet Store, to obtain a prescription on your behalf by faxing a form to your vet or call to send us the prescription. All your vet needs to do is fill out the form We will be providing and fax them back to us.
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- Your animal's name, species, date of birth and gender
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- Current listing of any medications your animal may be taking
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- By Fax: Your vet can fax the prescription from his or her office to (626) 568-1115. If you have already placed an order, please have your vet reference the order number on the document.
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- Prescriptions can only be dispensed as written by your veterinarian. The prescription must be written for the specific medication and quantity you wish to order. Any changes will require a new prescription from your veterinarian.
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