Benazepril HCl Rx
What are Benazepril Hydrochloride Tablets for Dogs and Cats?
- Benazepril is a prescription medication that lowers blood pressure by helping relax veins and arteries.
- High blood pressure makes the heart work harder. This can cause damage to the heart and arteries. Over time, this can cause damage or malfunctioning of the brain, heart, and kidneys.
Why do cats and dogs use Benazepril?
- Benazepril Hydrochloride (Benazepril HCl) may be prescribed to treat high blood pressure, as a vasodilator for treating heart failure, or as additional treatment for chronic kidney failure.
What else should I know about Benazepril?
- Treats high blood pressure.
- Well-tolerated by most pets.
- Your dog or cat may need regular blood presssure checks and lab tests will taking Benazepril.
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What problems could my dog or cat have with Benazepril?
- Benazepril HCl has few side effects.
- The most common side effects include some stomach upset, lack of appetite, vomiting, and diarrhea.
- Notify your veterinarian if vomiting or diarrhea persists or is severe.
- Notify your veterinarian if your pet is extremely tired or appears dizzy (uncoordinated).
- Other side effects may occur. Contact your veterinarian if you notice anything unusual.
How do you use Benazepril?
- Give Benazepril by mouth as directed by your veterinarian.
- Do not stop giving Benazepril or reduce the dosage without talking to your veterinarian.
What is in Benazepril?
- Benazepril Hydrochloride (Benazepril HCl) is a second-generation angiotensin-converting-enzyme (ACE) inhibitor.
- ACE inhibitors prevent the body from making an enzyme that narrows blood vessels.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Benazepril is sold as an FDA approved generic drug. Brand may vary from order to order and variation to variation. We are unable to guarantee which brand will be available at the time of order shipment.
Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the Benazepril?
- Dogs and cats may use Benazepril for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.