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.
I purchased Pimobendan Compounded Oral Oil Liquid for Dogs & Cats because my dog would not take pills so I call Chewy and talked to the pharmacist and explained it was the same as the pill of a different manufacturer and it would work for my dog. I purchased it reluctantly and gave it to my dog and when his checkup came around I asked the vet if the medication was working and he said yes it was and that his heart was small and beating fine. That made me feel like Chewy did guide me in the right direction for my dog. The only thing is I did not get an eyedropper with my medication and it made it difficult to give him his medication.
The medication is great for our sweet Cupcake who has been sickly. She takes med with ease, as it has a great flavor as smell for her. The only thing is the med has an oily consistency to it. Therefore, on the measuring syringe, the dosage qua titles rube off, making it difficult for us to provide the prescribed dosage.
The compound liquid blend is so much easier than the huge pill form and is slightly less expensive. We just squirt it into a piece of sweet potato roll and he jumps on it. Sure beats getting him to take a bitter pill in a blob of cheese. But the syringe provided was a mess. It would catch when you tried to inject it and after about 4 days the dosage markers had completely worn off.
The beef flavored liquid must do a good job of hiding the smell/taste of "medicine" because my dog gobbles this up. I'm so glad I found this alternative to pills.
It sometimes makes our cat gag, but it’s still a bit easier than trying to get him to take the big pimobendan pills.
Been using for a couple of years now, no complaints about the medicine, but the syringe is terrible. Mine broke after a couple of uses.
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