Psychiatric Drugs for Dogs and Cats….and humans

Tranquilize Your Dog

Paraphrasing a Lewis Carroll poem —

Speak roughly to your little dog.
And beat him when he seizes.
He only does it to annoy,
Because he knows it teases.

Imepitoin, sold under the brand name Pexion from Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. of St. Joseph, Missouri, is an anticonvulsant used in veterinary medicine to treat epilepsy in dogs. It was originally developed to treat epilepsy in humans, but clinical trials were terminated upon findings of unfavorable metabolic differences between smokers and non-smokers.

Anticonvulsants are also increasingly being used in the treatment of so-called bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder, since many seem to act as mood stabilizers.

Pexion is similar to Valium and other benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety drugs or minor tranquilizers), acting as a low affinity partial agonist of the benzodiazepine receptor, which means that it acts in the brain similar to a benzodiazepine. It is very unusual for any dog with epilepsy to become completely seizure free even after they have begun taking this drug.

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                           ITS THE VACCINES!!!

VLA Comment: As in humans who have the same liver enzyme system called “Superfamily of Cytochrome P 450 that detoxifies poisons, animals also have the same detox liver system.  In humans the cyp 450 enzyme system is not mature until the age of 3 (some say age of 10)

In the above hotlink you will see the chart of ingredients in vaccines and the corresponding need to have a mature cyp450 system in order to metabolize it out of the body.  Vaccines with these excipients given to infants and children under 3 are poison to these little immature bodies resulting in all sorts of disease, inflammation, allergies, eczema, autism, ADHD.

Dogs and cats are now receiving many vaccines – mandated.  These vaccines have ingredients that are poisoning the animal and causing future illness undetected and apparently not tied to the vaccine….oh no, in couldn’t be the vaccine!!!  But because they too have immature liver function, domestic animals are also being poisoned and we are paying through the nose to try to fix them whether it be arthritis, eczema, obesity, seizures, etc…just like humans.

Now dogs and cats are experiencing the same vaccine and psyche drug induced psychoses –  aka “apparent” mental illness!

PSYCHE DRUGS AND VACCINES IN HUMANS (translate it to dogs and cats:)

CCHR NEWSLETTER:  CAN VACCINES CAUSE PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS?

The authors statistically analyzed insurance claims data between 2002 and 2007 for thousands of children ages 6 to 15 for any relationships between various vaccinations (influenza, tetanus & diphtheria, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, meningitis, varicella) and various subsequent psychiatric diagnoses (obsessive-compulsive disorder, anorexia nervosa, tic disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder).

The overall conclusion of this analysis implies that the onset of some psychiatric disorders may be related to some children having recently received a vaccination.

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The following data was taken from the IQVia Total Patient Tracker Database for Year 2017, extracted April 2018. To see drug regulatory agency warnings, studies and documented side effects of the psychiatric drugs prescribed to children, click hyperlinks below in blue (i.e., ADHD Drugs, Antidepressants, Antipsychotics, etc).

Infants Being Given Psychiatric Drugs On The Rise – Citizens …read

Drug Class:            Age Group:          Number of People:

All Psychiatric       0-5 Years               622,723
Drugs

Breakdown:
0-1 Years                125,361
2-3 Years                202,319
4-5 Years                306,079

6-12 Years             3,259,955
13-17 Years           3,419,633

Grand Total           0-17 Years               7,213,599 kids on psychiatric drugs


ADHD Drugs          0-5 Years                80,235

Breakdown:
0-1 Years                328
2-3 Years                1,919
4-5 Years                77,396

6-12 Years             2,119,343
13-17 Years           1,524,381

Grand Total           0-17 Years               3,655,472 kids on ADHD Drugs


Antidepressants  0-5 Years                 38,534

Breakdown:
0-1 Years               6,687
2-3 Years               10,957
4-5 Years               21,299

6-12 Years            574,090
13-17 Years          1,503,185

Grand Total          0-17 Years               2,100,315 kids on antidepressants


Antipsychotics     0-5 Years                 85,143

Breakdown:
0-1 Years                3,913
2-3 Years                27,001
4-5 Years                53,750

6-12 Years             467,500
13-17 Years           646,215

Grand Total           0-17 Years               1,194,805 kids on antipsychotics


Anti-anxiety           0-5 Years                   389,558

Breakdown:
0-1 Years                  102,960
2-3 Years                  148,894
4-5 Years                  143,692

6-12 Years               484,612
3-17 Years               577,259

Grand Total             0-17 Years               1,445,509 kids on anti-anxiety drugs

PSYCHE DRUGS IN VETERINARY MEDICINE

Canine cytochrome P450 (CYP) pharmacogenetics – NCBI – NIH

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3740394/
by MH Court – ‎2013 – ‎Cited by 13 – ‎Related articles

Jump to DOG-HUMAN CYP SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCESThe cytochrome P450 (CYP) drug metabolizing enzymes are essential for the efficient elimination of many clinically used drugs. … Canine CYP1A2, which metabolizes phenacetin, caffeine, and theophylline, is the most widely studied polymorphic canine CYP.

Role of the cytochrome P450 enzyme system in veterinary … – NCBI

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21644832
by L Antonovic – ‎2011 – ‎Cited by 20 – ‎Related articles

Role of the cytochrome P450 enzyme system in veterinary pharmacokinetics: … profile of compounds administered to companion animals (e.g., dog and cat) and …

Cytochrome P450 and its role in veterinary drug interactions. – NCBI

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16984823
by LA Trepanier – ‎2006 – ‎Cited by 39 – ‎Related articles

Cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes are common sites of drug interactions in … are beginning to be characterized in dogs, for which canine CYPs share many of …

 

 

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