Apoquel treats acute and chronic pruritus in dogs and provides fast-acting relief from its symptoms.
Though pruritus can be caused by skin disease, cancer, and other conditions- this treatment is specifically formulated to fight pruritus associated with skin allergies. It can also be taken in conjunction with other medications meant to treat your dog’s seasonal allergies as directed by your veterinarian.
Apoquel starts working within 4 hours of administering the first dose and controls itching within 24 hours. To ensure that it's easy to administer the proper dosage to your dog, this treatment comes in three different dosages, each of which is sold individually, in packs of 20, and in packs of 100.
- Combats both acute and chronic pruritus
- Fast-acting relief with itch-control effective within 24 hours of first dose
- Available in three different dosages, each in three different sizes
- Helps in particular with control of pruritus associated with allergic dermatitis and control of atopic dermatitis in dogs 12 months of age or older
- Provides relief within 4 hours of first dose administration and effectively controls itch within first 24 hours
- Isolates symptoms to allow for an accurate diagnosis of underlying conditions
- Improves quality of life for dogs and owners experiencing certain symptoms of skin conditions
- Controls acute and chronic canine pruritus associated with allergic dermatitis
- Relieves itching associated with skin conditions
- Controls atopic dermatitis
- Should be administered twice daily during therapeutic period and once daily for maintenance period
- May be used with other common therapies including NSAIDs, antibiotics, vaccines, and allergen
- More information on dosing should be available in the prescription information
- Administer doses orally twice daily for up to 14 days; then reduced by half for maintenance
- May be administered with or without food
- Tablets of Apoquel can be administered when split to allow for partial doses
- Occasionally vomiting and lethargy
- New dermal, epidermal or subcutaneous lump may form when treating atopic dermatitis