Hair Loss and Disease. Hair loss may indicate that your pet is suffering from an underlying disease, usually endocrine-related. In doxies, the primary culprits are hypothyroidism and Cushing's disease. Both of these afflictions more often occur in older dogs.
Commonly used sleeping pills include: Ambien®, Ambien® CR (zolpidem tartrate) Dalmane® (flurazepam hydrochloride) Halcion® (triazolam) Lunesta® (eszopiclone) Prosom® (estazolam) Restoril® (temazepam) Rozerem® (ramelteon) Silenor® (doxepin)
Some of the non-neuroleptic drugs that may also cause tardive dyskinesia are: Asendin (Amoxapine) Cocaine and other street drugs. Elavil (Amitriptyline) Lithium. Nardil (Phenelzine) Prozac (Fluoxetine) Reglan (Metoclopramide) Sinequan (Doxepin)
Veterinary Uses of Doxepin. Doxepin is used in veterinary medicine primarily as a treatment for depression and as a behavioral modifying solution. It is often prescribed to treat acral lick dermatitis, noise phobia, canine obsessive-compulsive disorder and other anxiety-related disorders.
Our favorite traditional litter box is 18 inches wide by 24 inches long. In contrast, the CatGenie's round litter bed is 17 inches across. The Litter-Robot and PetSafe ScoopFree Ultra beds are both 14 by 14 inches.