Tell the FDA to Warn Consumers about Antidepressants and Violence!

The FDA has approved a reformulated version of Prozac, but this one is just for dogs. Reconcile, a once-daily, chewable, dog-treat-flavored drug, was created to treat canine separation anxiety. The product label does not contain the black box warning that is mandatory on the version given to humans.

The label needs to warn of the documented connection between antidepressants and violence towards others, especially since this drug is designed for dogs who may already be prone to aggressive or antisocial behavior.

ANH-USA is asking the FDA to expand the black box warning on SSRIs for humans to include a warning about increased risk of violence toward others, and to put a similar black box warning on the version marketed for pets.

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  • Stephen Ostroff


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