Thyro-Tabs, 0.8 mg

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Thyro-Tabs (Levothyroxine Sodium) Tablets

Manage your furry friend's health with ease and turn to hypothyroid dog treatment with predictable doses. Stash them away safely from heat and dampness, ensuring your pal’s treatment for hypothyroidism in dogs is always on hand.

Your dog's crept into a sluggish pace? Maybe it's hypothyroidism. Help rev them back to their playful self with Thyro-Tabs. Levothyroxine for dogs can nudge those lazy thyroid hormones awake, without dragging you to the vet for a prescription. Just the right dose can chase away the blues of hypothyroidism in dogs. The relief can be as simple as a daily tab. Keep them snug and dry at home. Playful pups, rejoice!

  • Treats hypothyroidism in dogs efficiently with Thyro-Tabs
  • Easy-to-administer levothyroxine sodium tailored for canine health
  • Corrects low thyroid hormone with precise levothyroxine dosage for your pet
  • Thrive with mistake-free dog hypothyroidism treatment without a vet prescription
  • Secure your pet's wellness with trusted hypothyroid dog treatment

Prescription items are NON-RETURNABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE.

Please note product may arrive in a Hardy Paw Pharmacy vial, manufacturer packaging is shown for reference.

Thyro-Tabs for Dogs Dosage:

Use this medication as directed by your veterinarian. If you forget a dose, give it as soon as possible but do not give two doses at the same time.

Storage Instructions:

Store at temperatures between 68° - 77°F. Protect from light and moisture.


Levothyroxine Sodium.


What are Thyro Tabs for Dogs side effects?

Common side effects may include increased thirst, urination, and appetite. Consult your veterinarian immediately if you have any serious reactions or other side effects persist.

Can Thyro-Tabs be given to pregnant or lactating dogs?

Thyro-tabs should be used in pregnant or lactating animals only after the benefit-risk assessment has been made based on the response to medication. The safety of Thyro-Tabs has not been completely established in pregnant or lactating animals. Consult your veterinarian before use.

What diseases or conditions do Thyro-Tabs treat?

Thyro-Tabs is used to treat hypothyroidism in dogs an endocrine disorder characterized by insufficient production of thyroid hormones from the thyroid.

How does Thyro-Tabs work?

Thyro-Tabs contain levothyroxine sodium, a synthetic thyroid hormone that will complement this inadequacy in the thyroid to reestablish its typical activity and metabolism.

How should Thyro-Tabs be stored?

Store Thyro-Tabs at room temperature in a tight, light-resistant container. Store it away from moisture or heat and out of the reach of pets and children.

Can Thyro-Tabs be given to my dog with other medications?

Thyro-Tabs should not be co-administrated with concomitant medications before consulting a veterinarian because proper monitoring of co-administered medications may be necessary as certain medications may have the potential to interfere, as well as develop an opposite effect on this medication's levothyroxine sodium, thereby reducing its efficacy or sometimes developing side effects.

What if I forget a dose of Thyro tab?

Give it as soon as it is remembered. If it is close to the time for the next dose, skip the missed one and go back to the regular dosing schedule. Do not double the dose to make up for the missed one.

How soon will I start noticing improvement in my dog?

Time frames for improvement vary, but some dogs may show more energy with weight loss and a general sense of well-being within several weeks of treatment.

How will I know if Thyro Tabs Canine is working on my dog?

Increased energy, weight reduction, and positive overall health. Regular visits to the vet, along with blood tests, are necessary to determine if Thyro-Tabs are effective in treating your dog's condition.

Should my dog follow any special dietary guidelines when taking Thyro-Tabs Canine?

While there are no particular feeds recommended, having a balanced diet can benefit overall health. Additional nutritional recommendations can be given by your veterinarian based on the results.