Selgian 4mg Tablets for Dogs (pack of 30)
|Prescription Type||POM-V (Written prescription required)|
What is Selgian and who is it for?
Selgian is a film-coated tablet that is used for the treatment of behavioural disorders in dogs. These behavioural disorders are of emotional origin, such as depression or anxiety.
This is a Prescription only medicine (POM-V).
Selgian is only available with a prescription from your veterinary surgeon.
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What is in Selgian?
Cross-scored film-coated tablets, divisible into quarters by means of a groove to facilitate accurate dosage, for oral administration to dogs.
Each tablet contains:
Selegiline hydrochloride 4 mg
How do I use Selgian?
Selgian is a prescription product and must be used according to the instructions of your veterinary surgeon.
Please read the product leaflet thoroughly before administering to your pet.
Marketing Authorisation Holder
CEVA SANTE ANIMALE
Z.I de la Ballastière BP 126
Marketing Authorisation Number
Is there any further advice I should know about Selgian?
Owing to its IMAO properties, (-) selegiline hydrochloride may act on prolactin secretion. In the absence of specific studies, it is recommended that Selgian® should not be administered to pregnant and lactating bitches.
Selgian® should not be administered from the day before until the day after anaesthesia or tranquillisation performed with an alpha-2 agonist.
Do not administer with other alpha-2 agonists.
Selgian® should not be administered concomitantly with pethidine, fluoxetine or phenothiazines. The narcotic action of morphine is potentiated by Selgian®.
Trials have shown that some dominant dogs, with behavioural disorders but no signs of aggression, may become aggressive after treatment. Those previously showing aggression may have this enhanced. Appropriate training is essential in such cases.
Use during pregnancy, lactation or lay
It is recommended to stop the treatment during pregnancy and lactation.
Special precautions for use in animals
Emotional disorders can mask hierarchical conflicts. In dominant dogs suffering from an emotional disorder, the alleviation of the disorder can sometimes reveal a latent aggressiveness. In such cases, behavioural therapy must be instituted.
Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the medicinal product to animals
In the event of accidental ingestion, seek medical advice and show the doctor the package leaflet. Wash hands after use.
If no clinical improvement is observed after 2 months, continuing the treatment is unlikely to provide any further benefit. It is advisable to weigh animals before dosing to ensure the correct mg/kg dosage is administered.
Any unused veterinary medicinal product or waste materials derived from such veterinary medicinal product should be disposed of in accordance with local requirements.
For animal treatment only.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
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