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Chlordiaepoxide/Clindinium Capsules (Librax)

This item requires prescription approval.

Prescription medications are currently limited to CA residents. More states coming soon!!

Original price $255.29 - Original price $255.29
Original price
$255.29 - $255.29
Current price $255.29
Strength: 5 mg/2.5 mg
Count: 100ct

*Bottle may vary in appearance*


When chlordiazepoxide (klor-dye-az-e-pox-ide) is combined with clidinium (kli-din-ee-um) it is used to treat diarrhea and cramping in dogs with irritable bowel syndrome.

Consult with your veterinarian for proper dosage and course of treatment. 



Do not use in dogs with severe heart or intestinal problems, with a neurologic condition known as myasthenia gravis or with known gastrointestinal infections or obstructions


If your animal is pregnant or nursing, talk to your veterinarian about the risks of using this drug

Use with caution in dogs with liver or kidney disease, glaucoma, elevated thyroid hormone levels (hyperthyroidism), elevated blood pressure
(hypertension), heart disease, esophageal reflux, enlarged prostate, dogs with suspected gastrointestinal infections, dogs in poor health or nutritional state; very young or very old animals, working dogs (such as guide dogs, search dogs, hunting dogs, sled dogs, rescue dogs)

Food and Drug Interactions

Other drugs can interact with chlordiazepoxide or clidinium, so be sure to tell your veterinarian what medications and supplements you pets takes

Human Warnings

There are no specific precautions required when handling this medication unless you are allergic to it.


Possible Side Effects

Side effects may occur including sleepiness, dry mouth, excessive thirst, vomiting, problems swallowing, constipation or urinary retention or hesitance

Contact your veterinarian if you believe your pet is experiencing side effects.


Product Administration


Product Form



Chlordiazepoxide and Clidinium Bromide


Room temperature and protected from direct sunlight


Human Pharmaceuticals