Do not use, unless advised by a veterinarian, if your pet has a slowed intestinal transit.
Although infrequent, it is possible to observe constipation and vomiting. If your pet presents any serious adverse effects, that worsen or persist, contact your veterinarian immediately.
It is important to observe whether the condition of your pet improves and if he presents any side effects. Depending upon the reason for which the product is used, an endoscopy may be strongly recommended.
Sucralfate is a gastroduodenal cytoprotecting agent. In fact, when there is damage to the gastroduodenal mucosa, this medication acts as a barrier. This way, it prevents the deterioration of the mucous membrane already damaged the acid present in the stomach.
It is used in small animals with ulcers in the stomach, esophagus, duodenum or the mouth. It is also used for patients having abnormally elevated levels of phosphorous in the blood caused by renal failure or to prevent stomach erosion caused by certain medication, such as aspirin.
Do not use sucralfate, unless advised by a veterinarian, if your pet takes fluoroquinolone class antibiotic, azithromycin, diclofenac, digoxin, doxycycline, erythromycin, ketoconazole, levothyroxine, penicillamine, tetracycline, theophylline, vitamins (A,D,E or K) or warfarin.
Store at room temperature. Excess heat or cold are to be avoided. This medication should be kept in a dry place.
If a dose is missed, the symptoms may reappear. It is therefore important to follow the veterinarians’ instructions. This product should be given one hour before or two hours after a meal, because your pets’ stomach should be empty. Respect the expiration date of the product because an expired product may be less effective or potentially dangerous for the health of your pet. *Keep out of the reach of children and animals.*