Pimobendan Compounded oral liquid is an oil-based preparation. Pimobendan is an inodilator that may be prescribed for congestive heart failure. Pimobendan Compounded oral liquid is made specifically for your pet.
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The pharmacy is not like a pharmacy in which they counsel. They may coordinate with the physician on changing to a compound, but not on any dosing or those types of concerns related to pet weight, condition, or pet type. It is simply a pharmacy that will fill the script. Once they got the script, it arrived within few days.
I love that I can administer this to my dog via a syringe. Was using a pill form and had to always wrap in some food and make sure she ate. This makes my life so much easier.
Liquid, so much easier to give than a pill!!! My dog enjoys much better!!!
My little dog like this medicine with chicken flavor is good. Thank You
The only issue is the medicine syringe. It broke the first time I used it.
I wrote a review about medicine that my dog Roo needs to take for his enlarged heart previously. This falls in the same category. Chewy compounded it in a beef flavored liquid form and is finally taking it without a problem.
Medication ok Y'all could a better dispencer. On three different orders, enen though I rinse them they stop working and I left to get another dispencer.
We were crushing and adding liquid the trying to get little Chica to take her new medication. She hated the taste. Then we found that Chewy.com pharmacy offered flavored compounded liquid prescriptions. What a blessing. Now we don't have a battle 3 times a day.
I am so happy to have found this medicine for my pet available through Chewy. It is a better value than other online pharmacies and always fast shipping
My 11 year old beagle was diagnosed with congestive heart failure and was prescribed this med in a chewable form. My stubborn beagle would not take it no matter what we tried to hide it in, and it was too big to put down his throat. I called my vet and he recommended trying the liquid form. It has made giving this med so much easier. I draw the medicine into a syringe. The amount is less than one milliliter.