Treat Canine Cushing's Disease with Vetoryl 30 mg Capsules
Use Vetoryl 30 mg, 30 Capsules (Trilostane) to treat the symptoms of Cushing's Disease (hyperadrenocorticism) in dogs. Some of these symptoms include hair loss, increased appetite and drinking, difficulty breathing, and weakness. This disease is caused by either the pituitary gland overproducing a hormone that tells the adrenal glands to produce too much cortisol, or it can be caused by a tumor on the adrenal glads itself.
The trilostane in Vetoryl controls the overproduction of cortisol, and thus reduces the clinical signs of Cushing's. This allows your dog to live a relatively normal life. Vetoryl allows you to treat your dog's Cushing's Disease with once daily dosing.
Be sure to follow your veterinarian's instruction regarding the proper doses of Vetoryl. The following table gives the starting doses, but your veterinarian will recommend adjustments based on how your dog responds to the treatment, the severity of the disease, and other factors. Tell your veterinarian about any other pet medications and supplements your dog is taking before starting them on Vetoryl Capsules.
||10 mg once daily
||30 mg once daily
||60 mg once daily
||120 mg once daily
||180 mg (1 x 120 mg & 1 x 60 mg) once daily
Ten days to two weeks after starting Vetoryl, your veterinarian will perform more tests including an ACTH stimulation test. Once the tests are complete they will advise you on how to continue your canine companion's treatment.
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