Proin is a chewable tablets for the management and treatment of canine urinary incontinence. Proin Contains phenylpropanolamine.
Who is Proin 50 mg 60 Ct. for?
Why use Proin 50 mg 60 Ct.?
- Effective treatment for urinary incontinence in dogs.
- Ensures sustained phenylpropanolamine levels in the blood stream and may help reduce the conditions often associated with high levels of phenylpropanolamine such as: decreased appetite, changes in heart rate, increased blood pressure, hyperexcitability
How Proin 50 mg 60 Ct. work?
Proin contains the active ingredient phenylpropanolamine, an adrenergic agent that works by tightening the bladder sphincter muscle, which helps to control urine leakage.
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EACH TABLET CONTAINS Phenylpropanolamine HCl 25 mg.
How is Proin 50 mg 60 Ct. sold?
Packages available in 25mg, 50mg, and 75mg.
What are the side effects of Proin 50 mg 60 Ct.?
Phenylpropanolamine stimulates a “fight or flight” response. This means that the following effects may be observed: rapid heart rate, elevation in blood pressure, and restlessness. Appetite loss or reduction may be a problem.
What special precautions are there?
May cause excitability and restlessness.
What to do if overdose?
Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room. Symptoms of overdose (thyrotoxicosis) may include increased thirst, urination and hunger, hyperactivity, personality change, and reduced heat tolerance.
How can I store Proin 50 mg 60 Ct.?
Store tablets at controlled room temperature 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F). Replace cap securely after each opening
Dog bladder infections or incontinence can cause a strong urge to urinate and is a primary cause of canine urinary incontinence. Dogs with an infected bladder tend to empty the bladder partially each time that they urinate. This occurs due to a difficulty in emptying the entire urinary bladder in one go and makes the urine extremely smelly. The urine may sometimes contain blood due to severe infections caused by calculi, cancer, or a tumor.
Use as directed by your veterinarian.
Tablets: The usual dose for dogs is 0.4-0.8mg/pound every 12 hours.