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CADI – New Injection for the Treatment of Allergies in Dogs

Updated: Dec 10, 2021

We have a new weapon in the war on allergies.



Safe and effective treatments for allergies have been slow to become available. A few years ago a new drug, Apoquel® became available. Today, there is a new injectable treatment that promises to be huge relief for allergic dogs. It is called “CADI” (caa-dee). This is short for Canine Atopic Dermatitis Immunotherapeutic.

CADI is administered as a subcutaneous injection by a licensed veterinarian on the average once every 4-6 weeks during the seasons when a pet is experiencing allergies. Here are links to more information about CADI Injections.


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Unknown member
Mar 27, 2023

Cytopoint is the injection. Apoquel is the daily tablet. I pay $135.00 for the Cytopoint every 3 months. $80.00 for the daily tablet for 90 day supply. If you need a cheaper option try Benydryl for humans. 1 pill daily for a golden retriever sized dog. You can hide the pill in a piece of hot dog, bread or banana.

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Unknown member
Dec 29, 2022

Does cadi come in a pill form?

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