The Use of Acepromazine in Animals Causes Concerns

Considered a phenothiazine compound tranquilizer with a very safe anti-emetic effect, the use of Acepromazine in animals is known to block dopamine nerve receptors in the brain as its mode of action. It also has been known to be controversial regarding its usage in the treatment of some forms of animal psychoses.

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