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Q. Is Pepcid AC safe to give cats to help with reflux? I have 10 mg tabs & have cut them in 1/4's. Thank you

Answered By
DR. ANDREA M. BRODIE, DVM

A. Yes Pepsid AC (Famotidine) is safe to give to your cat. However, depending on your cat's condition , the dosage varies from cat to cat. You should ask your veterinarian, who knows your cat and has diagnosed the problem to provide you with a dosage which then determines how much Pepsid AC you need to give her.

Answered By
ANGEL ALVARADO

A. Yes, it is. Call your vet for a proper dose before administering it. Do not give any medications, even OTC meds, to your pet without the advice of your veterinarian.


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