Manufacturer of Anti Allergy Medications and Antihistamines for Dogs, Cats, Animals

AdvaCare Pharma is a global supplier and manufacturer of veterinary products including anti-allergy medications and antihistamines. Animal allergy medications are used in the treatment of various allergic reactions and symptoms including itching, swelling, and sneezing of dogs, cats and other animals.
Anti Allergy Medications and Antihistamines for Dogs, Cats, Animals

Veterinary: Therapeutic Class

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Bromhexine HCL + Menthol Oral Solution
Diphenhydramine HCL Injection
Diphenhydramine HCL Oral Solution
Doxycycline HCL + Lincomycin + Bromhexine + Vitamin B Complex + Menadione Soluble Powder
Veterinary medicine manufacturer of injections, suspensions, powders, boluses, tablets for livestock and pets.


  • 9001
    Quality Management
  • 14001
    Environmental Management
  • 45001
    Occupational Health and Safety


  • GMP
  • ISO
  • COPP
  • FSC
  • COA
  • COO


  • VICH Dossier
  • Site Master File
  • Bioequivalence (BE) Studies

Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India, United States
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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See why we are a trusted manufacturer of veterinary medications and pet supplements.

AdvaCare veterinary products are marketed by our distributors knowing that efficacy is assured. Such confidence in our products has made AdvaCare the market leader in countries where reliable, cost-effective livestock medications and pet supplements are in high demand.

Dr. C. Wagner

Veterinary Advisory Board

What is the meaning of Veterinary Anti-Allergy Medications and Antihistamines?

Anti-allergy medications and antihistamines are drugs used to manage and treat allergic reactions in animals. Antihistamine medications work by blocking the histamine receptors in the body, which are responsible for the typical symptoms of an allergic reaction such as itching, swelling, and redness.

Many veterinary antihistamines have been proven effective as cat and dog allergy treatments. They can provide relief for a variety of allergies, including environmental allergies, flea allergies, and food allergies. The most common indications for the use of anti-allergics and antihistamines for dogs, cats, and other animals include itching, hives, swelling, and respiratory symptoms such as coughing and sneezing.

Finding the right dog allergy relief is crucial for pet owners who want to ensure the comfort and health of their furry friends. Similarly, identifying the appropriate allergy medicine for cats is essential, as feline companions can also suffer significantly from allergy symptoms. As allergies in pets can hinder their daily activities and decrease their quality of life, timely administration of these cat and dog allergy medicines can make a world of difference, allowing them to lead happier, more active lives.

What do Veterinary Anti-Allergy Medications and Antihistamines focus on?

What do Veterinary Anti-Allergy Medications and Antihistamines treat?

Allergy medications and antihistamines are used in the veterinary field to alleviate allergy symptoms in animals. Some of the most common indications for veterinary allergy treatment for cats, dogs, and animals in general are:

  • Itching and scratching
  • Hives
  • Swelling around the face or throat
  • Respiratory symptoms like coughing and sneezing caused by allergies
  • Allergic dermatitis
  • Flea allergies

What is the mechanism of common Anti-Allergy Medications and Antihistamines?

The mechanism of veterinary allergy medications and antihistamines involves blocking the histamine receptors in the body. Histamine is a chemical released by the body in response to an allergic reaction, and it is responsible for many of the typical symptoms associated with allergies, such as itching, swelling, and redness.

Antihistamines for dogs and other animals bind to the histamine receptors in the body, preventing histamine from attaching to the receptors and causing a response. This results in a reduction in the severity and duration of allergy symptoms.

In addition to blocking histamine receptors, some animal allergy medications may work by suppressing the immune response or reducing inflammation in the body. These drugs may be used in conjunction with antihistamines to provide a more comprehensive approach to allergy management.

Types of Veterinary Anti Allergy Medications and Antihistamines

Veterinary anti-allergy medications and antihistamines are available according to several classifications. The following explains two different groups of animal allergy medication:

First Generation Antihistamines

First-generation veterinary antihistamines for dogs and cats are a type of medication that blocks the histamine receptors in the body. They are considered "first-generation" because they were developed earlier than the newer "second-generation" antihistamines.

The mechanism of first-generation antihistamines and allergy treatment for cats and dogs involves binding to the histamine receptors in the body, thereby preventing histamine from binding and causing an allergic reaction. However, these antihistamine drugs are non-specific and can also bind to other receptors in the body, leading to side effects such as drowsiness and sedation.

Second Generation Antihistamines

Second-generation veterinary antihistamines are a newer class of medications that work by selectively blocking histamine receptors in the body. Unlike first-generation antihistamines, they are designed to be more specific and have fewer side effects on animals.

The mechanism of second-generation antihistamines is generally the same as first-generation antihistamine drugs. These antihistamines for dogs and other animals help to reduce allergic symptoms such as itching, swelling, and hives. They are also less likely to cause sedation or drowsiness in animals compared to first-generation antihistamines.

Common Examples of Veterinary Anti Allergy Medications and Antihistamines

Anti-allergy medications and antihistamines successfully alleviate allergic reactions in animals. What veterinary antihistamines and animal allergy medications are used? Some common examples of active ingredients in cat and dog allergy treatments include: - Diphenhydramine HCL Injection (DiphyCare™) - Diphenhydramine HCL Oral Solution (DiphyCare™) - Chlorpheniramine - Cetirizine - Fexofenadine - Loratadine - Cyproheptadine - Prednisone - Dexamethasone - Hydroxyzine - Clemastine

Why are we a leading manufacturer of Anti Allergy Medications and Antihistamines for Dogs, Cats, Animals?

AdvaCare Pharma has been in the business of providing quality-assured, affordable veterinary products for more than 20 years. Our investment in improving veterinary care means that all of our cat and dog allergy medicines are of high quality and compliant with the latest GMP regulations. Our wide range includes the manufacturing of veterinary anti-allergy medications and antihistamines.

AdvaCare Pharma focuses on delivering quality, cost-effective products and tailored market-specific solutions, offering unparalleled value for our distributors. Through an implemented model of creating a ""vested supplier-distributor relationship"", we foster close relationships with our distributors to achieve mutually beneficial results. From product registration to market entry to expanding market share - we stick by our distributors to reach strategic goals.