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Vetoryl (Trilostane) 30mg (30 Capsules) Prescription Required

$102.50

Active Ingredients: Each capsule contains 30mg trilostane

Manufacturer: Dechra Veterinary Products

Prescription Medicine:

This is a prescription medicine, it is only available only under an approved veterinary authorisation. Please ensure that you have read the "Order Prescription Medication" page before ordering this item.

All prescription medicines on the Your Pet PA website are purchased through veterinary wholesalers the same as those used by your Vet. All our products are ACVM or NZULM listed and identical to those used by your Veterinary Surgeon. Please call or email us if you have any queries about any of the products on our site.

* Prescription Animal Remedy (PAR) Class 1. For use under the authority or prescription of a veterinarian. Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997.

ACVM #A010937

 

 

Commonly asked questions about Vetoryl:

What is Vetoryl?
Cushing’s Disease, or hyperadrenocorticism, causes a range of physical challenges for dogs - from weakened immune systems to hair loss. Dogs with Cushing's disease have too much of the hormone cortisol, which is produced in times of stress, in their bloodstream. Prescription Vetoryl’s active ingredient, Trilostane, helps regulate cortisol production in the adrenal gland and reduces disease symptoms. Vetoryl is also effective for dogs with the pituitary form of Cushing’s Disease.


Why do dogs use Vetoryl?
Managing Cushing’s Disease, also known as hyperadrenocorticism, centres on controlling the level of cortisol in your dog’s bloodstream. Trilostane, the active ingredient in prescription Vetoryl, effectively regulates cortisol in the adrenal gland, easing symptoms of Cushing's disease in dogs.


What else should I know about Vetoryl?
Helps control cortisol production. Effective in treating adrenal-dependent and pituitary-dependent forms of Cushing's disease. Reduces symptoms of the disease over time. You should see improvements in your dog’s condition in a matter of weeks. Vetoryl treats symptoms but will not cure Cushing's disease.


What problems could my dog have with Vetoryl?
Contact your veterinarian immediately if your dog stops eating or drinking or acts sick.
Side effects that may indicate a serious problem include tiredness, low energy level, vomiting, diarrhoea, and loss of appetite.


How do you use Vetoryl?
Give Vetoryl as directed by your veterinarian. Do not stop giving Vetoryl or change the dose without discussing it with your veterinarian. Vetoryl is best given in the morning with food. Follow your veterinarian's directions. Wear gloves when handling Vetoryl.
Pregnant women and women trying to become pregnant should handle Vetoryl with extreme care as Trilostane may cause birth defects, early pregnancy loss, and fertility damage.


What is in Vetoryl?
The drug in Vetoryl is Trilostane. Trilostane is an adrenal steroid synthesis inhibitor, meaning it blocks the body from making certain hormones.

Prescription Medications

Your PetPA facilitates the supply of restricted veterinary medicines (veterinary prescriptions) and is approved to do so by the Ministry of Primary Industries. When purchasing prescription medication through Your PetPA you know that:

  • All prescription medication supplied is sourced from New Zealand veterinary wholesalers.
  • All prescription medication available is registered with the New Zealand Government under the ACVM Act 1997 (Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary Medicines).

All prescription medication listed on the Your PetPA website is available for supply on acceptance of your order by our team and on receipt of the original prescription.

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