YOU'RE GOING ON A LONG ROAD TRIP WITH YOUR DOG. HOW DO YOU PREPARE?
DOES YOUR DOG DO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING DURING CAR RIDES?
SELECT ALL THAT APPLY
WHICH ONE OF THESE DOGS IS MOST LIKE YOUR DOG DURING CAR RIDES?
DO YOU EVER JUST THROW UP YOUR HANDS AND SKIP CAR TRIPS — TO THE PARK, A PAL'S HOUSE OR A VETERINARY CLINIC — BECAUSE YOUR DOG HATES THE CAR?
Important Safety Information: Use CERENIA Injectable for vomiting in cats 4 months and older; use subcutaneously for acute vomiting in dogs 2 to 4 months of age or either subcutaneously or intravenously in dogs 4 months of age and older. Use CERENIA Tablets for acute vomiting in dogs 2 months and older, and for prevention of vomiting due to motion sickness in dogs 4 months and older. Safe use has not been evaluated in cats and dogs with gastrointestinal obstruction, or those that have ingested toxins. Use with caution in cats and dogs with hepatic dysfunction. Pain/vocalization upon injection is a common side effect. In people, topical exposure may elicit localized allergic skin reactions, and repeated or prolonged exposure may lead to skin sensitization. See full Prescribing Information.
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1 Conder GA, Sedlacek HS, Boucher JF, Clemence RG. Efficacy and safety of maropitant, a selective neurokinin 1 receptor antagonist, in two randomized clinical trials for prevention of vomiting due to motion sickness. J Vet Pharmacol Ther. 2008;31(6):528-532.
2 Data on file, Cerenia A&U Report June 2016. Zoetis Inc.
3 Data on file, Harris Interactive Pet Owner Market Research CERMS2012, 2012 Zoetis Inc.
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