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Cardalis Chewable Tablets for Dogs Rx

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Product Description
If your dog has been diagnosed with mild, moderate, or congestive heart failure, your veterinarian may prescribe Cardalis chewable tablets. Cardalis is the only FDA-approved combination drug for use in congestive heart failure in dogs and contains spironolactone and benazepril hydrochloride. Spironolactone is a potassium-sparing diuretic that helps to reduce fluid retention and edema associated with heart failure, while benazepril hydrochloride is an ACE inhibitor that helps to improve blood flow and reduce congestion and fluid accumulation in the lungs. Both of these active ingredients work together to provide your dog with symptomatic relief from heart failure and help to improve their quality of life. When used as directed by your veterinarian, Cardalis chewable tablets can help your dog live a longer, healthier life.
Who is Cardalis Chewable Tablets for Dogs for?
Why use Cardalis Chewable Tablets for Dogs?
These chewable tablets are available in different strengths and are FDA-approved to help manage congestive heart failure in dogs.
Active Ingredients(s):
Spironolactone and Benazepril Hydrochloride.
How is Cardalis Chewable Tablets for Dogs sold?
Sold in bottles of 30 chewable tablets in the following strengths : 20 mg / 2.5 mg, 40 mg / 5 mg or 80 mg / 10 mg.
What are the side effects of Cardalis Chewable Tablets for Dogs?
Less than 5% of dogs experienced the following adverse reactions: Urine Abnormalities UID in Abdomen Ataxia Weight Loss Digestive Tract Disorder Hypertension Electrolyte Disorder Bronchitis Hyperactivity Renal insufficiency was reported more frequently in dogs taking Cardalis.
What special precautions are there?
Keep out of reach of children and animals. Do not give this medication to dogs that take over-the-counter medications, like ibuprofen. Dogs with renal insufficiency should not take this medication. Dogs with Addison's Disease, Hyperkalemia, Hyponatremia should also not take this medication. Dogs with hypersensitivity to ACE inhibitors or spironolactone should also not take this medication.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
Use only as prescribed by your veterinarian.
Main Ingredients
Spironolactone and Benazepril Hydrochloride.