It’s important to note that pets can vomit for a variety of reasons including motion sickness; infectious diseases; diseases of the kidneys, liver, pancreas, stomach, and intestines; eating things they shouldn't such as foreign objects, human food, certain plants, and toxic chemicals; and certain medications.
Cerenia is the first FDA-approved veterinary medication to safely and effectively treat vomiting in dogs and cats. Cerenia also effectively helps prevent vomiting due to motion sickness in dogs.*
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Most medications that treat motion sickness, like Dramamine® and Benadryl®, are formulated for humans. These medications are not approved by the FDA to treat motion sickness in dogs and may also produce unwanted side effects like drowsiness.
Cerenia is the #1 choice among veterinarians for the prevention of acute vomiting in dogs.2 Veterinarians turn to Cerenia injectable to help prevent vomiting in dogs before surgery when opioids are used as a preanesthetic.
Benadryl® is a registered trademark of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. or one of its affiliated companies. Dramamine® is a registered trademark of Prestige Brands Holdings, Inc. or its licensors. Bonine® is a registered trademark of Insight Pharmaceuticals LLC.
*Dramamine®, Bonine®, Benadryl® and herbal supplements have not been tested and approved by the FDA-CVM for use in dogs.
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