Trilostane, which is included in Vetoryl Capsules, is an effective medication for dogs who have been diagnosed with Cushing's disease.
Who is Vetoryl Capsules for?
Dogs with Cushing's disease.
Why use Vetoryl Capsules?
Within a few weeks, Vetoryl Capsules boosts appetite and activity. It can also be used to treat the signs of Cushing's Disease in dogs, such as reduced thirst, panting, and increased urine.
How does Vetoryl Capsules work?
Vetoryl inhibits the overproduction of cortisol, a hormone produced by the adrenal glands in response to stress.
How is Vetoryl Capsules sold?
Vetoryl capsules are sold in 30 count packs and available in 5 mg, 10 mg, 30 mg, 60 mg or 120 mg strengths.
What are the side effects of Vetoryl Capsules?
Non-Severe Potential Side Effects: Diarrhea Poor Appetite Vomiting Weakness Lethargy Serious Potential Side Effects: Severe Depression Hemorrhagic Diarrhea Collapse Hyperadrenocorticism Crisis Adrenal Necrosis Adrenal Rupture
What special precautions are there?
Cautiously administer to dogs who have kidney or liver disease. Never administer to a pregnant dog. Ask a veterinarian if Vetoryl is safe for concomitant use with your dog's other medications.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Vetoryl Capsules?
Store product between the temperatures of 15°-30°C (59°-86°F)
If the dog quits taking Vetoryl, hyperadrenocorticism symptoms and excessive cortisol production may reappear.
Dosing Recommendations: 3.8 - 10 Lbs: 1 10 mg Capsule Daily 10 - 22 Lbs: 1 30 mg Capsule Daily 22 - 44 Lbs: 1 60 mg Capsule Daily 44 - 88 Lbs: 1 120 mg Capsule Daily 88 - 132 Lbs: 1 60 mg Capsule and 1 120 mg Capsule Daily (180 mg Daily) Over 132 Lbs: Ask a veterinarian
Vetoryl Capsules active ingredient contains Trilostane