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Percorten-V is used for the treatment of Canine Addison’s Disease, which is a condition where the adrenal glands of the dog do not work properly. Healthy adrenal glands create mineralocorticoids that control several bodily functions such as blood pressure, metabolism, and stress response. The medication is also used in dogs that suffer a mineralocorticoidsdeficiency due to the Canine Addison’s Disease.
Why Choose Percorten-V?
One of the primary reasons dog owners need to choose Percorten-V is that it is the only medication the FDA has certified as safe to use for dogs diagnosed with the Canine Addison’s Disease. The medication is safe to use and you can administer it yourself.
By administering the medication, you are helping your dog combat its condition by regulating their bodily functions and helping their body produce steroids. In the event you do not understand how to administer, ask for assistance from your veterinarian who may also show you how to administer it properly so you can do it at home. In short, Percorten-V is an effective treatment in helping your dog become healthy, strong, and fight their disease effectively.
Percorten-V offers your dog the following key benefits:
- The only FDA approved medication to treat Canine Addison’s Disease
- Dogs have a high tolerance level for the medication
- Easy to administer (intramuscularly)
Side Effects & Warnings
Percorten-V does not have any serious side effects with only a low incidence of side effects reported. In only a few cases side effects such as pain in the area of the injection, weakness, coat and skin changes, depression, digestive issues, and excessive urination and thirst were reported. If your dog develops any side effects, you should contact your veterinarian immediately.
Desoxycorticosterone Pivalate, Methylcellulose, Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose, Polysorbate, Sodium Chloride, and Thimerosal used as a preservative.
Prescription required. Use as directed.
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