2444ftn101

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Bear Says:


What dog medication is this. The pill is half black(or dark blue) half yellow.



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David Says:

@Bear,

Can you please specify whether or not "2444ftn101" is supposed to be altogether or split up a certain way between each side/half of the pill?

I've exhausted a lot of resources towards finding a potential match, but am not seeing any specific details on something with all those digits and letters together. However the closest results I am seeing fall into the category of two separate pills, one marked "G 2444" and one marked "A 101"; both identified as 150mg extended release versions of Budeprion (Bupropion); which from what I've read online may be prescribed to dogs in controlled doses for treating depression and separation anxiety.

I don't know how safe it is, as I personally don't think most human medications should be administered to dogs, but apparently some people in other discussion threads admit to their dog being prescribed it for such cases.

I hope this info helps! It's probably a long shot, but is there any chance that your imprints could've been misinterpreted?

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9th Ward Phat Says:
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It's a deworming pill, I'm trying to figure out the dosage.

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