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Soloxine (Levothyroxine) 0.1 mg, 250 Tablets

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Soloxine (levothyroxine) 0.1 mg, 250 Tablets is a prescription medication for dogs suffering from hypothyroidism. Soloxine pet meds contain a synthetic form of levothyroxine that works as hormone replacement therapy.
  • Hypothyroid medication for dogs
  • Replaces levothyroxine when the thyroid glands don't produce enough
  • Effective treatment for the symptoms of hypothyroidism
  • Manufacturer information and usage PDF
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Overall Customer Rating:
5.00
Customer Reviews: 3
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Location:
Palm Harbor FL
Review Date:
3/28/2014

Same product that I was purchasing from Shorty's vet, but now it's more reasonably priced.
Soloxine 0.1 mg, 250 Tablets
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Location:
Vancouver WA
Review Date:
2/25/2014

This is our preferred product. It is stable, consistent, and well operated by both the dogs (different doses for each). Oval tabs are easy to break in half for twice-a-day dosing. Colors are easy to see and appropriately different for different strengths. Quantity of 250 is convenient and makes the price more reasonable for an (approx) 8 month period. Leaves us plenty of time to re-order and/or do testing where/when needed. Pretty hard to beat this.
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Location:
New York
Review Date:
10/19/2012

I got this for my hypothyroid dog and his symptoms are gone now. We are waiting to see what the long-term benefits will be. He also takes a couple other medications.
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