Etodolac is used to treat osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other minor conditions by reducing inflammation and discomfort. It's a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that should be administered according to veterinarian advice.
Etodolac is a multi-purpose drug that can help with fever, inflammation, and discomfort.
This drug reduces the hormones that cause inflammation and discomfort.
Teva or other generic brand
* Sold as individual 400 mg tablet or 300 mg capsule.
What are the side effects of Etodolac?
Potential side effects include: Dyspnea Tachycardia Urticaria Alopecia Edema Dermatitis Pruritus Hematuria Proteinuria Acute renal failure Azotemia Urinary incontinence Polyuria Polydipsia Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (kcs) Vestibular signs Seizures Hyperesthesia Disorientation Hyperactivity Sedation Aggression Paresis Ataxia Prolonged bleeding time Thrombocytopenia Hemolytic anemia Anemia Acute hepatitis Icterus Elevated hepatic enzymes Abnormal liver function test(s) Elevated pancreatic enzymes Hypoproteinemia Gastrointestinal ulceration Melena Gastrointestinal bleeding Gastroenteritis Inappetence Diarrhea Vomiting
What special precautions are there?
Anti-inflammatories may cause gastrointestinal ulceration or perforation, so don't administer this medication with them. This medication may make an underlying or pre-existing disease worse. This medication may impair the body's capacity to maintain normal homeostasis. When used with nephrotoxic drugs, exercise great caution. Dehydrated dogs, dogs on diuretic drugs, and dogs with renal, cardiovascular, or hepatic failure may experience severe adverse effects. Gastrointestinal, renal, and liver toxicity are all possible side effects. When switching NSAIDs, always utilize an appropriate withdrawal time. Keep a close watch out for any potential drug interactions. The safety of using this medicine with a metabolism-inhibiting drug is unknown. The safety of using this medicine in conjunction with cardiac, anticonvulsant, or behavioral medications is unknown. Use an evaluation period to ensure that this drug is effective. Stop using it as soon as you see indications of inappetence, emesis, fecal irregularities, or anemia. Symptoms may worsen if your dog has concealed gastrointestinal abnormalities, hepatic or cardiovascular disease, blood dyscrasias, or bleeding problems. Use with caution if your pet is taking another NSAID. If extra pain relief is required, other analgesics may be utilized. Always keep an eye out for responses, especially severe ones. If the animal is under the age of 12 months, product safety is unknown. Not proven safe for animals who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or breeding. Keep out of the reach of children.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Etodolac?
Keep product stored in a dry and cool environment.
Iodine and this medication are equivalents.
Use as prescribed by your veterinarian.