Mirtazapine Compound Formula is a game-changer! I am not sure what my cat Onyx would have done without it. Onyx was refusing to eat since we moved to New York from Maine this past fall. As a result, she lost lots of weight and began to have diarrhea. I was starting to really worry about her, and it seemed like we were going downhill fast.
On a friend's advice, I tried Mirtazapine Compound Formula Liquid from Express Vet Pharmacy. It only took a few days of using it with Onyx's wet food for her appetite to come back! She is now eating well and gaining weight again.
Reasons to Try Mirtazapine Compound Formula Liquid
Mirtazapine Compound Formula Liquid is an appetite stimulant used to help dogs and cats that are not eating enough or are underweight. This product contains natural ingredients with no added sugars or salt and can be adapted to flavors that appeal to your pet. The flavors we offer include chicken, tuna, beef, and many more!
This product has also been specially formulated for pets sensitive to tastes often found in cat foods. It can be mixed with your pet’s food to make it more appealing and enticing, or you can syringe the liquid into their mouth if they are too picky or uncooperative to eat otherwise.
Mirtazapine also acts as an antidepressant medication that helps improve mood in pets that may be dealing with pressure, for example, those who are anxious due to moving to a new home. In addition, it helps treat a variety of conditions including anxiety, sleep disturbance, panic disorder, and behavioral problems. In fact, Mirtazapine works in the central nervous system and makes certain chemicals in the brain stronger and more active. It helps your pet feel better and have an improved quality of life.
Mirtazapine is available in tablets or compounded liquid for easy dosing to your pet. Some dogs and cats require 15mg/ml, while some only need 7.5mg/ml, so it does vary between pets. In any case, this compound medicine should be given orally to cats and dogs once daily with or without food as prescribed by your veterinarian.
Mirtazapine Compounded Oral Liquid should be stored at room temperatures from 68° - 77°F and away from light, moisture, heat, or humidity. After 2 weeks of taking the medication, noticeable changes can be seen in your pet's weight gain and behavior with gradual improvement over the following weeks. If you miss a dose, give the next dose as soon as possible. However, do not give a double dose to catch up or make up for a missed dose.
Mirtazapine's sides effects are rare but can include sedation, low blood pressure, a faster heart rate, and drowsiness. If you notice breathing difficulties, hives, or swelling in the face this can be signs of an allergic reaction and you should contact your veterinarian. Mirtazapine should not be given to pets that are allergic or hypersensitive to it and should not be stopped abruptly. Like all antidepressants, your pet should slowly be weaned off over a set time, which your veterinarian can assist with.