Acepromazine Yellow Pill 0221

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Dog pill identity - Round yellow pill 0221

This was prescribed to my black Lab as a tranquilizer. It is a round, pale yellow pill, quartered with the numbers 0221 imprinted, one number in each quarter quadrant. ## Hello Scott, I was able to identify your pill as a 25mg Acepromazine Maleate pill, which is used as an animal tranquilizer. Here is some additional information on the drug. (NDC:57319-446) Active Ingredient: Acepromazine Maleate Inactive Ingredients: - Microcrystalline Cellulose - Magnesium Stearate - Starch, Corn - Dextrose Monohydrate Manufacturer: Clipper Distributing Company, LLC. Color: Yellow Shape: Round Imprint: 0221 Scores: 4 Size mm: 8 I hope this information helps. Let me know if you need any additional information. ...

round,yellow,0221 tablet

numbers separated by square ## I FOUNDS THI S IN MY KIDS POCKET ## its a round pill with a cross/ yellow in color/ with the #s 0221 ## a round scored pill in 4 quaters with the numbers 0221 ## The pill is a dog is stress meds for dogs. ## @ELMORE JAMES, Based on my research, the pill you have is Acepromazine 25 mg; which is commonly used in animals as a sedative and to prevent nausea, such as when they are traveling. If you'd like more information about this medication, please post back! ...

Updated in Nausea & Vomiting
Yellow round quarter sections 0221

Yellow pill blank on one side scored in quarters otherbside 0221 anyone no what it is? ## You have found a veterinary medication, which contains 25mgs of Acepromazine, it is commonly used in animals as a sedative and to prevent nausea, such as when they are traveling. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ...

Updated in Veterinary Medicine
e 73 capsule gray white and yellow cross 0221

What is this capsule? Gray (E) and white (73) found on the floor along with a yellow pill with a cross in the center with 0 2 2 1 in each section. If you know please fill me in! ## I located a gray & peach capsule marked "E 73" in the same way you described it, to be identified as Venlafaxine hydrochloride extended release (37.5 mg). This medication is used to treat anxiety, stress, and depression. Manufacturer: Aurobindo Pharma Limited You can learn more about this drug on the page for Venlafaxine Details The yellow pill in your description is identified as a Veterinary medication, known as Acepromazine (25mg). It is commonly used in animals as a sedative and to prevent nausea, such as when they are traveling. Manufacturer: Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica I hope this info he... ...

Updated in Venlafaxine

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