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Dog ate vetoryl

Species: Dog
Breed: peekaneese/shitz zoo
Age: 2-5 years
My younger dog ate some food that had vetoryl in it meant for my older dog. Will it hurt her?




Online vet, Dr. Marie

Dr. Marie replied:

No, a single dose of vetoryl (trilostane) is very unlikely to cause problems in any dog.

The research done so far on trilostane tells us that an overdosage is extremely unlikely to cause any life threatening signs.

Dr. Marie.

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