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Cardalis Large Dog 10mg/80mg (30 Tablets)

$89.99
Prescription Upload Attached. Prescription On File. Prescription sent to email pharmacy@yourpetpa.com.au

Active Ingredients: Each tablet contains 10mg benazepril hydrochloride and 80mg spironolactone.

Manufacturer: Ceva Animal Health

Prescription medicine: This is a prescription medicine. Please ensure that you have read the "Ordering Prescription Medicine" page before ordering this item. We require you to upload your veterinary prescription and post us the original. You will need to send your prescription to

PetPA Pharmacy

Reply Paid 91355

Tweed Heads NSW 2485

 

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Commonly asked questions about Cardalis:

What is Cardalis?

Cardalis is a prescription cardiac drug used to manage congestive heart failure in dogs. Cardalis is a chewable tablet that contains spironolactone and benazepril, medications that lower blood pressure and help the body remove excess fluid and salt.

Why is Cardalis used for dogs?

Cardalis may be prescribed for use with other medications to manage symptoms of congestive heart failure in dogs due to a form of heart disease known as atrioventricular insufficiency (AVVI). Cardalis may be used to manage mild, moderate, or severe congestive heart failure in dogs.

What else should I know about Cardalis for Dogs?

Cardalis is labelled for use with other medications. Store Cardalis at controlled room temperature, 20° to 25°C, in original container.

What problems could my dog have with Cardalis?

Cardalis should not be administered in conjunction with Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs NSAIDS in dogs with renal insufficiency. Do not administer Cardalis to dogs with hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s Disease), hyperkalaemia, or hyponatremia. Do not administer Cardalis to animals with known hypersensitivity to ACE inhibitors or spironolactone. The most common adverse effects observed in dogs administered Cardalis included anorexia, vomiting, lethargy, diarrhoea, renal insufficiency, collapse, liver disease, and urinary incontinence.

How do I use Cardalis?

Give as directed by your veterinarian. Do not skip doses or stop giving the medication without consulting your veterinarian. Cardalis should be administered with food. Wear gloves when handling Cardalis.

What is in Cardalis?

The active ingredients in this medication are spironolactone and benazepril. The drug Spironolactone is a diuretic that works in the kidneys to remove excess fluids and salt from the body. Benazepril is an ACE Inhibitor that lowers blood pressure by helping relax veins and arteries

Pet Prescription Medications

Pet PA is not a pharmacy but facilitates the supply of prescription medications by an Australian registered pharmacist through our website. When purchasing prescription medication through PetPA Pharmacy online you know that:

  • All prescription medication supplied is sourced from Australian veterinary wholesalers and Australian registered pharmacists.
  • All prescription medication available is registered with the Australian Government (TGA or APVMA),
  • All medication supplied is processed and dispensed by Australian-registered pharmacists.

All prescription medication listed on the PetPA website is available for supply on acceptance of your order by the pharmacist and on receipt of the original prescription by the pharmacist. As PetPA cannot sell or supply prescription medication and is your agent in facilitating the supply by the pharmacist, the acceptance of your order and sale is by the pharmacist*.

*PetPA provides the price information of medicines as agent for PetPA Pharmacy Pty Ltd (ABN: 33 658 263 462) trading as Pet PA Pharmacy, 133 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads NSW 2485. Pharmacy Registration Number: PC1241648). All medication supplied on acceptance of your order by the pharmacist will be supplied by PetPA Pharmacy.

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