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A generic alternative to Florinef.
Fludrocortisone Acetate 0.1 mg, 100 Tablets is a mineralocorticoid treatment for Addison's disease and other adrenal-insufficient conditions, as well as for hyperkalemia. Fludrocortisone pet medications help regulate certain electrolyte levels and remedy the various symptoms associated with these conditions.
- Treats Addison's Disease in pets
- Lower-cost generic equivalent of Florinef
- Corticosteroid treatment for adrenal insufficiency and high potassium levels
- Helps control sodium, potassium, and water levels in your pet
- Manufacturer information and usage
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I switched my dog from the monthly shot to the daily pills to save money. She's doing very well--no problems with the transition. I am grateful to VetDepot for their quality Fludrocortisone and best pricing. Their customer service was very helpful and I feel I can trust them so I'm reviewing now as I reorder!
Works well for my Tibetan Terrier with Addison's disease. She is back to her normal self with this fludrocortisone and prednisone.
My dog was diagnosed with Addison's disease. My vet doesn't carry Fludrocortisone Acetate 0.1 mg, so I would have to get it from the hospital where he was treated. I started pricing via the internet and couldn't find anyone who could beat Vet Depot prices. I ordered and am so glad I did. Pricing was right, communication and delivery were spot on. I will be using them for all needs my dogs may have. Thank you!
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