Studies have found that 62 percent of dogs between the ages of 11 and 16 have at least some symptoms of Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (CDS). Sometimes called Doggie Alzheimer’s, the symptoms of canine CDS are similar to those of human Alzheimer’s patients: disorientation, confusion, memory loss, and changes in personality. Thankfully, there is hope.
Anipryl is an oral tablet that is highly effective in treating canine CDS. It works by boosting the dopamine levels in the brain. In fact, 70 percent of dogs with Canine CDS responded positively after a month of treatment. Anipryl is also used to treat conditions caused by an over-secreting pituitary gland. Anipryl works by suppressing the pituitary gland directly. This is a new and innovative approach to treating such conditions. It may take anywhere from one to three months of treatment before any positive results show.
It is easy to administer and does not require monitoring, since it does not inhibit the adrenal gland’s function and will not cause adrenal toxicity or insufficiency. It can be given with food and is available in multiple dosage sizes.
Selegiline, the main ingredient in Anipryl can trigger certain side effects like vomiting, extreme bowel movements, increased thirst and urination, agitation, drowsiness, disorientation, lack of appetite, hair loss, etc.
A generic alternative to Anipryl is Selegiline.
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