Apoquel (Oclacitinib) Itch-Relief Treatment for Dogs (16 mg)
Apoquel is an anti-allergy remedy often recommended by veterinarians. It is a fast-acting and safe treatment for the acute and chronic canine pruritus. It has been indicated to be used for treatment and control of itching and inflammation caused by flea allergy, food allergy, contact allergy and atopic dermatitis in dogs. It can be used both temporarily and long-term to treat intermittent or seasonal itch, as well as chronic itch. While these problems are being treated, short courses of Apoquel can help lessen the allergic irritation related to conditions like hot spots or ear infections.It starts working within 4 hours of administration and removes itching completely by 24 hours. Apoquel also treats food allergies and alleviates skin irritation, itch and inflammation quickly. Starting Apoquel for your furry little friend can stop the itch in not time and provides a quality of life for all the coming years. This product can also be useful for treating skin related dog allergies and ideal for use as a maintenance therapy.
The product is designed in an easy-to-administer tablet form in a three different strengths. This pack is specifically designed with 16 mg of Oclacitinib in each tablet for appropriate dosing. It is safe and effective for dogs from 12 months of age and weighing 6.6 lbs or more. Moreover, it can also be used along with many other common treatments, including parasiticides, antibiotics, and vaccines.
Note: The safe use of Apoquel has not been evaluated in breeding, lactating, or pregnant dogs.
Apoquel (Oclacitinib) for Dogs – #1 Vet-Recommended Tablet for Fast, Effective Allergic Itch-Relief
Apoquel works as a fast relieving formula for long and short term itch. The active ingredient Oclacitinib, a systematic immunosuppressant drug in the product acts as a Janus Kinase Inhibitor (JAK) which effectively controls itching and inflammation in dog’s body. The sooner the product is absorbed by the body, it stops the function of cytokines JAK 1 and JAK 3 that are associated with itching in dogs.