Methazolamide (Generic) Rx
Starting At $4.01 per tablet

Methazolamide (Generic) Rx

$4.01 per tablet
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25mg Tablet
  • Usually ships the same weekday before 3pm CT with veterinary approval.

  • Requires veterinary authorization.

  • Your pet's veterinarian will provide directions for use.

What are Methazolamide Tablets for Dogs and Cats?

  • Methazolamide is a prescripion medication used to treat glaucoma in dogs and cats.
  • Glaucoma is caused by increased pressure in the eye that, over time, can damage the optic nerve and cause blindness.
  • If your veterinarian diagnoses your dog with glaucoma, they may prescribe Methazolamide to slow the disease, as a preparation for surgery, or to prevent or delay the onset of the disease in the healthy eye.

Why do cats and dogs use Methazolamide?

  • Glaucoma in dogs can cause permanent damage and blindness.
  • Veterinarians prescribe Methazolamide Tablets to slow the progression of the disease by lowering pressure in the eye caused by excess fluid.

What else should I know about Methazolamide?

  • Treats glaucoma in dogs.
  • Reduces pressure in the eye.

What problems could my dog or cat have with Methazolamide?

  • Common side effects include vomiting, lack of appetite, diarrhea, and tiredness.

How do you use Methazolamide?

  • Methazolamide can be given with or without food. Follow your veterinarian's instructions.

What is in Methazolamide?

  • The drug Methazolamide is a type of carbonic anhydrase inhibitor.
  • It works by lowering pressure in the eye (“intraocular pressure”) caused by increased fluid produced in the eye.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • Methazolamide 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 Methazolamide?

  • Dogs and cats may use Methazolamide for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.