Soloxine (Levothyroxine) 0.8 mg, 250 Tablets
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Item #: 1010695
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Soloxine (levothyroxine) 0.8 mg, 250 Tablets contains a synthetic form of levothyroxine that works as hormone replacement therapy for dogs. Soloxine is sometimes also given to cats that have had their thyroid glands removed. When the thyroid underperforms, Soloxine pet meds can be used to make up for the lack of circulating levothyroxine hormones.
- Results come in a matter of weeks
- Improves your pet's quality of life
- Helps dogs hindered by levothyroxine deficiencies
- Replaces levothyroxine when the thyroid glands don't produce enough
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 5
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What a great product. It took some months to figure out why one of my Bouvs had 'pimples' from the tip of her ears to the tip of her 'tail', top and bottom, but finally she was diagnosed with thyroid issues. Within two weeks, her skin became like new and the 'spring in her step' was back. Thank you VetDepot for having this product available and at such a fabulous price.
I saw results very rapidly. My girl responded and is her old self again.
I had to start using this when my cat had her thyroid removed. Her health has come back and she seems happier than ever.
VetDepot's website was fast and easy to place and order. They faxed my vet immediately and once they received the prescription from me they processed it for shipping very quickly. This is a lifetime maintenance drug for my dog so I will be ordering again.
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