Atopica is proven to significantly relieve pruritus and reduce skin lesions in dogs1 and cats.2,3,4
Atopica targets cells in the skin involved in the allergic response to block the release of pro-inflammatory and pruritogenic molecules. Atopica has a trusted, long term safety profile and because it concentrates in the skin, there is no requirement for therapeutic blood monitoring.
It's particularly suitable as a long-term therapy – most pets gain long-term relief with a tapered dose of Atopica, every other day, then twice weekly.1,2,5,6
References: 1. Steffan J et al. JAVMA (2005);226:1855-1863. 2. Steffan J et al. Vet Dermatol (2013);24:315-e70. 3. King S et al. Vet Dermatol (2012);23:440-e84. 4. Roberts ES et al. J Feline Med Surg (2016);1-9. 5. Steffan J et al. Vet Dermatol (2003); 14:11-22. 6. Roberts ES et al. J Feline Med Surg (2015);1-8.