This item requires a vet's prescription
Vetoryl capsules are a prescription medication to treat Cushing’s disease.
This a hormone problem associated with abnormally high levels of cortisone in the blood stream of affected dogs.
Vetoryl 10mg capsules are administered once daily, ideally in the morning with food and the dog should be monitored by a vet to adjust the prescribed amount as and when necessary.
Vetoryl is a prescription only medication, and will be dispatched once a valid prescription has been received.
Vetoryl is available in 10mg, 30mg, 60mg, 120mg capsules
Active Ingredient: Trilostane
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Vetoryl: Notes from our vet
If you notice your dog becoming slower than usual or starting to lose their shiny coat, it can be easy to think they are just getting older. But this could be a sign that they are ill. Cushing’s disease is one of the most common diseases of older or middle aged dogs. Caused by too much cortisol in the blood if left untreated it can have very harmful effects. Dogs with the disease may be drinking or eating more than usual, panting, losing their fur or not wanting to walk and play.
Although the disease can’t be cured it can be managed with Vetoryl capsules which work to reduce the amount of cortisol your dog produces. This is the only licenced medicine to treat Cushing’s disease and will need to be prescribed by your vet.
You should monitor your dog closely when they are taking Vetoryl to make sure they don’t suffer any side effects. You will also need to visit your vet regularly to check the dose is right for your pet.
You should see your dog’s drinking and eating habits get back to normal in a few weeks, but other symptoms may take longer to improve, sometimes up to 6 months. If your dog starts being sick or has diarrhoea, severe lethargy or anorexia then you should stop giving them the drug and ask your vet for help immediately. So always make sure that you take any changes in your dog’s behaviour seriously and get a vet to look at them. If they do have Cushing’s disease then with the right treatment you will soon see that there can be life in your old dog yet.
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