PrednisTab [Prednisolone] 5 mg, 1000 Tablets is a corticosteroid that is given to pets to treat a variety of conditions. Prednisolone pet medications can be used to treat adrenal insufficiency in dogs that cause Addison’s disease in dogs as well as arthritis pain, lupus, allergies, asthma, extreme allergic reactions, and some blood and skin disorders.
Prednisone 5mg is an oral corticosteroid intended for use in dogs. The indications for prednisone for dogs are the same as those for other anti-inflammatory steroids. Representative conditions that are responsive to anti-inflammatory corticosteroid therapy are skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis, allergic reactions such as hives and asthma, inflammatory eye conditions, otitis externa, arthritis and bursitis, ulcerative colitis and nephrosis.
This pet med by VEDCO, INC. was formerly known as Prednisolone 5 mg, 1000 Tablets
Order PrednisTab 5mg and other steroid for dogs with Addison’s disease as well Cushing’s disease from our pet pharmacy online based in Texas.
- Anti-inflammatory steroids for pets with a wide range of therapeutic options
- Can be used to treat allergic reactions in dogs
How this medicine should be used
Prednisone for dogs is not FDA approved for use in animals; however, it is a commonly accepted practice for veterinarians to use this pet med in dogs and cats. Consult your veterinarian for the proper dose as determined by the animal’s condition and response to therapy.
Side effects that may occur when using prednisone for dogs include weight gain; panting; increased thirst, hunger and urination; vomiting and diarrhea, and Cushing’s syndrome following prolonged or repeated steroid therapy.
These pet medications should not be used in viral infections. It should not be used in animals with peptic ulcer, corneal ulcer and Cushingoid syndrome. Use caution when given to animals with diabetes, hypertension, congestive heart failure, and renal insufficiency. This dog medicine may induce labor in animals if used in the last trimester of pregnancy. Close medical supervision by a veterinarian is recommended while the animal is using this pet med.
In the event of overdose
Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.
Store this dog medicine to treat addison’s disease and cushing’s disease in dogs at room temperature. Throw away any pet med that is outdated or no longer needed. Keep out of the reach of children and pets.