Vetoryl for Dogs, 5mg (30 capsules)

Dechra SKU: VETO-0530

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Vetoryl Capsules (trilostane) for Dogs

Vetoryl helps dogs fight Cushing's Disease, controlling harmful cortisol. Your vet will guide the vetoryl dosage for your pup. Read the simple vetoryl dosage chart for dogs, and only give what's needed. For small ones, vetoryl 5 mg is typical. Sometimes, pups might feel sick or weak after taking vetoryl. Serious ailments are rarer. Always keep these capsules away from heat. Remember, once bought, you can't return vetoryl medication.

  • Vetoryl capsules target dogs with Cushing's Disease
  • Vetoryl 5 mg controls cortisol
  • The Vetoryl dosage chart guides the treatment
  • Adverse effects: appetite loss, vomiting
  • Vetoryl side effects: diarrhea, lethargy
  • Given under vet guidance
  • Store Vetoryl at 77°F

Ease your dog's Cushing's with Vetoryl capsules, carefully tackling swelled adrenal glands. Each Vetoryl 5 mg capsule fights to normalize hormone levels, soothing your pet's discomfort. Stick to the specified Vetoryl dosage for dogs; check the included chart to find the right amount. Keep an eye out for any side effects of Vetoryl in dogs like a drop in energy or upset stomach. Trust Vetoryl to gently restore your dog's health. Store them in a cool place.

Prescription items are NON-RETURNABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE.

Recommended Dosage:

Capsules should be administered with food. The dosage depends on the weight of the dog. Follow your veterinarian's exact instructions.

Storage Instructions:

Store at controlled room temperature of 77°F with excursions between 15°- 30°C (59°-86°F) permitted.

FAQ

What does Vetoryl treat?

Vetoryl is indicated for treating endogenous hyperadrenocorticism, otherwise known as Cushing's disease, in dogs.

How does Vetoryl work?

Vetoryl contains trilostane, an inhibitor of the enzyme linked to the production of cortisol, and hence decreases the highly excessive amount of cortisol in the bodies of dogs that suffer from Cushing's.

What are the Vetoryl side effects?

Lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, and loss of appetite are the common side effects, while serious, less common side effects are adrenal gland suppression and electrolyte imbalances. If serious reactions or persistent side effects do happen, immediately bring your pet to your veterinarian.

Is it safe to give Vetoryl to pregnant or lactating dogs?

The drug should be given with caution to a pregnant or lactating dog because the safety of Vetoryl in these conditions is not established. Consult with your veterinarian before use.

Can Vetoryl be administered with other medications?

Only administer Vetoryl with other medication after consulting a veterinarian; some medications may either conflict with the action of or alter the efficacy of trilostane to produce an adverse reaction to it.

What if I miss a dose?

If the dose is missed, then give it as soon as one remembers. If this has already been close to the next regular dosing time, miss the forgotten dose and resume the usual dosing schedule. Extra care should be taken not to double the dose at a time to catch up with the forgotten or missed dose.

How long before I start noticing some improvement in my dog's condition?

Again, as with all medications, tests of patience are called for; although most dogs may start showing an improvement in a few weeks of treatment.

Is Vetoryl OK for puppies?

Vetoryl is specially prepared for use in adult dogs with pituitary-dependent Cushing's disease. Consult a veterinarian regarding appropriate treatment for puppy patients.

May I feed my dog anything or is there some dietary restriction for administering Vetoryl?

There aren't any special diets; a good, balanced diet would always support the maintenance of health in general. Your veterinarian may have further dietary recommendations based on the condition of your dog.

How should Vetoryl for dogs be stored?

Store Vetoryl at room temperature, away from moisture and heat. Out of reach of children. Other animals.

How will I know if Vetoryl is working for my dog?

Monitor the water intake, urination, and appetite of your dog. Regular visits to the vet with check-up blood tests may reveal that Vetoryl is working well to keep your condition under control.