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These medications may work by dilating the blood vessels, slowing the heart, reducing fluid retention and other actions that decrease the workload on the heart. Visit our How To Order Prescriptions page to learn how to get a prescription on file with us and how to order the prescription... Read more
These medications may work by dilating the blood vessels, slowing the heart, reducing fluid retention and other actions that decrease the workload on the heart.

Visit our How To Order Prescriptions page to learn how to get a prescription on file with us and how to order the prescription medications your pet needs. x Close

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