Thyro-Tabs Canine is the only FDA-approved Veterinary drug for the treatment of hypothyroidism in dogs.
For dogs suffering from any type of inadequate thyroid hormone production, Thyro-Tabs Canine can provide therapy for thyroid replacement. Thyro-Tabs Canine, also known as Levothyroxine Sodium Tablets, USP, is the highest quality product on the market. The product provides T4, or levothyroxine as a layer or physiologic deiodination for T3.
What is Thyro-Tabs Canine, 120 ct?
For use in dogs for correction of conditions associated with low circulating thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism).
Who is Thyro-Tabs Canine, 120 ct for?
Thyro-Tabs Canine are intended for the treatment of hypothyroidism in dogs only.
Why use Thyro-Tabs Canine, 120 ct?
- Thyro-Tabs Canine is the only FDA-approved veterinary drug to treat hypothyroidism in dogs.
- Thyro-Tabs Canine meets all standards for the USP and FDA.
- The USP minimum of over 95% potency per dose is guaranteed.
- In doses of 28 months, Thyro-Tabs Canine delivers dosage stability.
How does Thyro-Tabs Canine, 120 ct work?
The cause of hypothyroidism is deficiency in T3 (liothyronine) and T4 (levothyroxine) which leads to general metabolic disease. Complete physiologic replacement of thyroid can be achieved by solely administering levothyroxine sodium. This medication provides T4, or levothyroxine, as a layer for physiologic deiodination to T3, or liothyronine.
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How is Thyro-Tabs Canine, 120 ct sold?
Sold in bottles of 120 tablets in strengths of 0.1 mg, 0.2 mg, 0.3 mg, 0.4 mg, 0.5 mg, 0.6 mg, 0.7 mg, and 0.8 mg, and 1.0 mg
What are the side effects of Thyro-Tabs Canine, 120 ct?
Stop administering Thyro-Tabs Canine and seek emergency care if your dog experiences:
- Trouble breathing
- Allergy (swollen tongue, face or lips)
- Throat closing
If your dog develops serious side effects, contact your veterinarian:
- Changes in weight or appetite
- Issues with sleeping
- Changes in personality
There is a higher likelihood of side effects that are less serious.
Thyro-Tabs Canine can continue to be administered if your dog experiences:
- Rash or itching
- Vomiting or nausea
- Dryness in the mouth
- Decreased appetite
Other side effects may occur in your dog. If your dog experiences unusual symptoms or side effects, contact your vet.
What special precautions are there?
Take precautions to avoid an overdose of this medication, which could cause:
- Changes in personality
- Decreased tolerance for heat
Use caution when administering Thyro-Tabs Canine to dogs with hypertension or heart disease that is significant clinically, or with dogs that have complications that are dangerous with an increase in metabolic rate.
What to do if overdose?
Contact your closest emergency pet hospital.
How can I store Thyro-Tabs Canine, 120 ct?
Protect from sunlight. Store at room temperature between 59°-86°F (15°-30°C).
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