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  • Hill's Prescription Diet y/d Feline Thyroid Health Dry Cat Food

    by: Hill's Prescription Diet

    * Clinically proves to improve cats thyroid health in 3 weeks* Complete and daily nutrition* Controlled levels of sodium and phosphorous for optimum kidney support* Taurine and carnitine promotes heart health* Skin and coat support with Omega fatty acids Calorie Content: 517 kcal/cup

    Description

    Hill's Prescription Diet y/d Feline Thyroid Health Dry Food has been clinically proven to restore your feline's thyroid health through its nutrition within 3 weeks. Not only is this dry kibble for cats an easy and effective way to restore the health of your pets thyroid, but it also promotes heart and skin health too. Hill's Prescription Diet y/d Feline Thyroid Health Dry Food uses optimum ingredients to enhance your cats quality of life and longevity.

    $27.99 - $53.49

    Ships FREE with orders of $49+

  • Hill's Prescription Diet y/d Feline Thyroid Health Canned Cat Food

    by: Hill's Prescription Diet

    Hill's Prescription Diet y/d Feline Thyroid Health Canned Cat Food Features and Benefits: * Supports kidney health with controlled phosphorus and low sodium.* Helps maintain bladder health with controlled mineral levels.* Promotes heart health with essential nutrients like taurine and carnitine.*…

    Description

    Safe, easy and effective, Hill's Prescription Diet y/d Feline Thyroid Health Canned Cat Food is clinically proven to restore your cats thyroid health within 3 weeks when fed as the sole source of nutrition. In addition, its carefully balanced levels of vitamins and minerals also support kidney, bladder, heart and skin health _ providing complete nutrition with delicious, meaty flavor in every bite.

    $56.49

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  • Humulin N Insulin

    by: Humulin

    …glucocorticoids, thyroid medications, dobutamine, epinephrine, estrogen/ progesterone combinations, or diuretics. Hypoglycemic agents such as glipizide may help lower insulin requirements, as may chromium picolate. Caution should be used when starting treatment for thyroid disorders in a diabetic…

    Description

    What is Humulin N insulin? a hormone used for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. It is a type of human insulin that often works well in treating diabetes mellitus in dogs too. It is a crystalline suspension with protamine and zinc. It is immediate-acting insulin which means that it is slower in onset and lasts longer (up to 24 hours).

    Formulated for : humans but is commonly used to treat dogs with diabetes mellitus. It is sometimes used for cats too but this is less common.

    How is this medication given? It is an injectable medication, generally given by subcutaneous injection (under the skin). Humulin N insulin is used to help control blood glucose levels in diabetic pets. The amount and frequency that your pet needs is individual and will be determined by your veterinarian. It is given once a day or twice a day based on your veterinarians recommendation. Just prior to use, mix the vial gently rolling it between the palms of your hands approximately 10 times. Humulin N must be used with a U-100 insulin syringe only. Use of an insulin syringe other than U-100 will result in incorrect dosing.

    How does this medication work? Insulin is a hormone that is naturally produced by the pancreas. Humulin N mimics the insulin that is normally produced. Pets with diabetes mellitus do not produce enough insulin on their own to control their blood sugar (glucose). This results in hyperglycemia (high blood sugar). Humulin N controls hyperglycemia and helps relieve the symptoms of diabetes mellitus in dogs.

    What results can I expect? Insulin is not a cure for diabetes. It will, however, help to bring your pets blood sugar to normal range. This will help manage your pets symptoms such as increased drinking (polydipsia) and increased urination (polyuria)

    What Form(s) does Humulin N come in? a liquid, injectable medication available in 10 mL vials containing 100 units per mL.

    Generic Name : NPH human insulin

    Common Brand Name: Humulin-N (Lilly)

    Dose and Administration : Humulin N is a human insulin. It is not FDA approved for use in veterinary medicine but it is a commonly accepted practice for veterinarians to use this medication in dogs and cats. It is very important to follow your veterinarians precise instructions regarding this medication. The dose of Humulin N insulin is determined by means of a blood glucose test and is individual for your pet. Do not give your pet an injection of this or any other medication unless you have been trained on how to do so by your veterinarian.

    Doses can vary and will be determined by your veterinarian. Do not shake the insulin prior to use but roll it between the palms of your hands to mix everything up. If you miss a dose of Humulin N, contact your veterinarian for further instructions.

    Only use prescribed U-100 syringes (sold separately) with Humulin N or the dose will be given incorrectly.

    Insulin should be given with food to make sure your pets blood sugar does not fall too low. Your veterinarian will instruct you on the best diet and exercise plan for your pet.

    Possible Side Effects: Side effects may include weakness, tiredness, shaking, seizures or coma which may be the result of your pets blood sugar falling too low(hypoglycemia). Some cats may appear immobile although this is rare.

    Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) has symptoms of increased thirst and urination, vomiting, and change in gait or weakness. If you notice these symptoms once your pets diabetes has been regulated, the dose may need to be adjusted.

    Symptoms of a true allergic reaction include facial swelling, hives, scratching, sudden onset of diarrhea, vomiting, shock, seizures, or coma. If your pet demonstrates any unusual symptoms, contact your veterinarian immediately because immediate treatment may be necessary.

    $175.99
  • Methimazole (Generic to Tapazole)

    by: Methimazole

    …hyperthyroid symptoms which helps to improve you cats quality of life.* Can be given by mouth (orally) at home so it is a less invasive than surgery or radioactive iodine.* Affordable treatment option for treatment of hyperthyroidism in cats. Drug and Food Interactions: Clomipramine, amitriptylline,…

    Description

    Help your cat suffering from hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland) with Methimazole. This medication helps control the condition which should help your cat to find relief from symptoms of thyroid disease so he/she can feel better.

    What is Methimazole? A tablet that is given primarily to cats in order to control hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland). It is given orally (by mouth) as directed by your veterinarian. This medication is not a cure for the disease. It will, however, help to control the condition which should help minimize your cats symptoms.

    Formulated for: dogs and cats but is used by veterinarians most commonly to treat hyperthyroidism in cats.

    What results can I expect? Methimazole should help to decrease your hyperthyroid cats level of thyroid hormone. This should help to reduce your cats hyperthyroid symptoms including vomiting and weight loss. This should help your cat to feel better. It can take 1-4 weeks to see a decrease in the level of thyroid hormone produced by the body. This medication does not cure hyperthyroidism but it should help to control the condition and minimize symptoms. This medication usually needs to be given for your cat's lifetime in order to optimally control the disease.

    What Form(s) does Methimazole come in? This medication comes in tablets that are given by mouth (orally).

    Generic Name: Methimazole

    Common Brand Name: Tapazole

    Dose and Administration: This medication is given orally (by mouth). It is commonly given twice daily or every twelve hours although the exact dose and dosing frequency for your pet will be determined by your veterinarian. Always follow your veterinarians precise instructions regarding the use of Methimazole. If you do not understand the directions on the label, ask your veterinarian to explain them to you. The dose may be adjusted based on your pets response to treatment and based on thyroid monitoring. Once your pet starts Methimazole, he/she will likely need to remain on the medication for the rest of his/her life in order to control hyperthyroidism. The goal is to use the lowest amount of medication necessary to control the condition. Methimazole can be given with or without food. Allow free access to water while taking this medication. If you miss a dose, give it as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for the next dose, skip the one you missed and go back to the regular schedule. Do not give two doses at once.

    Uses: Methimazole is primarily used to control hyperthyroidism in cats which is a condition that causes the thyroid gland to produce a higher than normal amount of thyroid hormone. Methimazole helps to treat hyperthyroidism by decreasing the production of thyroid hormone which helps control the condition. Methimazole is less commonly used in dogs to protect the kidneys while receiving cisplatin which is an anti-cancer drug.

    Possible Side Effects: Side effects usually occur during the first three months of treatment. They may include loss of appetite, vomiting, and lethargy lethargy. These typically occur within the first two weeks of treatment and may eventually stop even with continuation of treatment. Less common side effects are yellowing of the gums, skin, or eyes (jaundice) which may signify liver problems. Itching of the face, scratching, or increased bleeding tendencies may occur. Treatment with may also unmask hidden kidney disease. Myasthenia gravis, a neuromuscular disease that severely weakens muscles and may cause difficulty swallowing, may occur but is rare. Other side effects are also possible.

    $0.17 - $0.60

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