Apoquel Tablets

Apoquel Tablets
3.6mg, Single - Tablet
3.6mg/100ct - Tablet 
5.4mg, Single - Tablet 
5.4mg/100ct - Tablet 
16mg, Single - Tablet 
16mg/100ct - Tablet 
SKU : 622236_-RX
Price: $2.20
Don't Wait -- End the Itch Now!!
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Introducing Apoquel® Tablets (similar to Atopica)
  • Provides onset of relief within 4 hours. Effectively controls itch within 24 hours
  • Safe in the short and long term and can be used with many other common medications
  • Uniquely targeted to stop the itch with minimal negative impact on immune function
  • Allows you to diagnose the underlying condition and improve the quality of life for the dog and its owner
APOQUEL has a different approach to treating itch
Unlike common therapies such as steroids, cyclosporines or antihistamines, APOQUEL is the only  treatment specifically designed to go straight to the source of the itch. Since APOQUEL targets the cause of the itch, it has minimal effect on other parts of the dog’s body, unlike some other drugs.

APOQUEL Works—And Works Fast
  • works regardless of the type of allergy
  • starts to relieve the itch within 4 hours, comparable to steroids
  • effectively controls the itch within 24 hours
  • relieves itch in the long term

(see package insert for more detail)

What Causes Dogs To Itch?
Canine itch can be caused by several factors, including infections, parasites or allergies. Some common allergies are caused by fleas, food or environmental allergens such as pollens, molds or house-dust mites.

The 4 most common allergies are:
  • Flea allergy
  • Contact allergy
  • Food allergy
  • Atopic dermatitis (itchy skin disease associated with environmental allergens)

Some important clues to look for if you suspect your dog is itchier than a normal dog:

  • Excessive licking, chewing, biting or scratching
  • Excessive rolling, rubbing or scooting
  • Foot chewing
  • Hair loss
  • Recurrent ear problems
  • Changes in the skin, like sores or darkened color
  • Redness of the skin
  • Body odor

If your dog exhibits any of the signs listed above, talk to your veterinarian about it today.

Dosage:
• APOQUEL comes in tablet form. You will need to give your dog 2 doses per day for up to 14 days. After 14 days, you will need to give your dog only 1 dose of APOQUEL per day
• You can give APOQUEL to your dog with or without food

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RX required for this item.
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Introducing Apoquel® Tablets (similar to Atopica)
  • Provides onset of relief within 4 hours. Effectively controls itch within 24 hours
  • Safe in the short and long term and can be used with many other common medications
  • Uniquely targeted to stop the itch with minimal negative impact on immune function
  • Allows you to diagnose the underlying condition and improve the quality of life for the dog and its owner
APOQUEL has a different approach to treating itch
Unlike common therapies such as steroids, cyclosporines or antihistamines, APOQUEL is the only  treatment specifically designed to go straight to the source of the itch. Since APOQUEL targets the cause of the itch, it has minimal effect on other parts of the dog’s body, unlike some other drugs.

APOQUEL Works—And Works Fast
  • works regardless of the type of allergy
  • starts to relieve the itch within 4 hours, comparable to steroids
  • effectively controls the itch within 24 hours
  • relieves itch in the long term

(see package insert for more detail)


What Causes Dogs To Itch?

Canine itch can be caused by several factors, including infections, parasites or allergies. Some common allergies are caused by fleas, food or environmental allergens such as pollens, molds or house-dust mites.

The 4 most common allergies are:
  • Flea allergy
  • Contact allergy
  • Food allergy
  • Atopic dermatitis (itchy skin disease associated with environmental allergens)

Some important clues to look for if you suspect your dog is itchier than a normal dog:

  • Excessive licking, chewing, biting or scratching
  • Excessive rolling, rubbing or scooting
  • Foot chewing
  • Hair loss
  • Recurrent ear problems
  • Changes in the skin, like sores or darkened color
  • Redness of the skin
  • Body odor

If your dog exhibits any of the signs listed above, talk to your veterinarian about it today.

Dosage:
• APOQUEL comes in tablet form. You will need to give your dog 2 doses per day for up to 14 days. After 14 days, you will need to give your dog only 1 dose of APOQUEL per day
• You can give APOQUEL to your dog with or without food

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