Veterinary Medicine (Thread 169612)

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Millie Says:


My dog have a 4 out 6 murmur easily inducible cough, pulses are good Tall and wicle heart loss of cranial waste mineraligation of trackea. Narrowing of trackea. Cousing a constanlly cough and weird breathing he is under this medication but i will like to know if FDA approved for use in Veterinay Medicine. Thanks.



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Sherrie Says:

Yes, it is. I've had 2 poodles that have had tracheal stricture/collapse, congestive heart failure/pulmonary edema, and chronic cough related to these issues. Tussigon allowed us to finally get some sleep. Do remember that it contains a narcotic though, so monitor your pup closely til you're sure it can tolerate the drug. BTW, I'm an RN and have also worked as a vet assist.

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moonbeam Says:

my dog has congestive heart failure and needs tuggison. Where my I get a prescription filled for this med?

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