Prescription Blood Pressure & Heart Medicine for Dogs
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Help keep your dog’s ticker healthy for all his adventures with heart & blood pressure medicine. Chewy carries many types of prescription heart medicine, as well as prescription blood pressure medication for dogs with canine hypertension, too.
Only your vet can assess your dog’s cardiac health and decide whether he needs prescription heart medication. A vet can tell whether your dog’s heart function and blood pressure are normal and detect things like heart murmurs, heart disease and hypertension.
Younger dogs with cardiac issues may need special blood pressure & heart medicine for puppies or a custom dose of medication made for older dogs. Whatever the results of your best friend’s exam, there are likely good therapies and treatments available to help him live a happy and fruitful life.
Chewy has the prescription dog medicine you need to manage your dog’s chronic and acute health conditions. Order everything you need from the online Chewy pet pharmacy. We carry heart and blood pressure meds for dogs, heart & blood pressure medicine for cats
and many other pet medicines, too. Order your heart & blood pressure medicine and get everything you need to keep your furry buddy feeling good!
Get dog heart and blood pressure medicine prescriptions online at Chewy Pharmacy by making an appointment with your vet for an exam and getting a prescription. Then, go online and add the appropriate prescription product to your cart. At checkout, you will be able to add your pet’s name and vet contact info so Chewy can verify the prescription on your behalf. That’s all you need to do to order your prescription heart and blood pressure dog medication online!
The best prescription heart and blood pressure medicine is the one your vet recommends for your dog’s condition. Commonly prescribed canine heart and BP medications include furosemide, digoxin and diltiazem. As with humans, heart disease can be treated using diuretics, adrenergics, arterial dilators or other drugs. Only your vet can properly diagnose canine heart disease and blood pressure problems, so seek expert advice and follow the prescribed regimen closely.
The dog breeds that are more likely to develop heart disease include Boston terriers, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, chihuahuas, fox terriers, miniature pinschers, miniature and toy poodles and miniature schnauzers. Afghan hound, American cocker spaniel, boxer, Dalmatian, Doberman Pinscher and English bulldog breeds are also prone to dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). Regular checkups with your vet will help you detect and treat any heart issues your dog may have.
You can take your dog’s blood pressure at home if you have an automatic veterinary blood pressure device with a cuff that’s appropriately sized for your dog. The only way to get a truly accurate and reliable reading, however, is to have your vet perform the measurement using their own, professional-grade equipment and expert technique. At-home monitoring may be recommended by your vet to monitor how well medication or treatment is working, and if so, you will be advised on what type of equipment to buy for this purpose.
Set up Autoship for your prescription heart and blood pressure medicine by selecting Autoship when you check out. Then, choose the frequency of your deliveries-- once you set up Autoship, you can cancel or change your preferences any time you want. You must have a valid prescription or refills on file with Chewy for Autoship deliveries to occur. If we do not receive a prescription, or if your prescription is expiring soon, one of our team members will reach out to your vet to obtain the necessary information. You won’t have to worry about running out of your doggie heart meds with Autoship from Chewy!
A heart murmur is an abnormal turbulent blood flow sound your vet can hear when listening to the heart with a stethoscope. Heart murmurs can signal underlying issues like chronic valve disease which can cause congestive heart failure. Your vet can assess your dog’s cardiac health and suggest a course of action if a murmur is detected.