It's related to drugs
like thorazine and haldol. Good bet is it would down you out and make your mind resemble a TV set that got the cord pulled out of the wall: Little white spot fading out to nothingness - followed by waking up and feeling like there is a lead weight tied around your brain that's dragging you to the floor. That's what this class of drugs does to mental patients. In that this particular molecule is only seen in veterinary medicine, it might well have shown a higher propensity for causing tardive dyskinesia (TD). TD is a well-known side effect
of the phenothiazine class of major tranquilizers. It results in the drug
having eaten a permanent hole in the brain stem of people. This results in shuffling of the feet while walking, drooling, and flailing of the arms. As well as other symptoms resembling Parkinson's disease.
If it does this more often to humans than other phenothiazines, and is thus relinquished to downing out Fido, does it sound like something you would want to try?
Other than that, it might give you distemper and make you dig holes in your lawn.