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Vetoryl 10 mg 30 Capsules

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Vetoryl® (Trilostane) capsules are used for treatment of hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing's disease). Cushing's disease is a condition in which too much of the hormone cortisol is produced, and is normally released from the adrenal gland into the bloodstream. If left untreated, illness can become fatal.




  • Improved quality of life in dogs with Cushing's Diseasse
  • Contain the active ingredient trilostane
  • Improvement may be seen within several weeks

How it works:

Vetoryl controls the adrenal gland's excess production of cortisol, a hormone released into the bloodstream during times of stress.


Store Vetoryl at controlled room temperature 77°F(25°C) with excursions to 86°F(30°C) allowed. Keep this medication away from children and other pets.

Do not open capsules and do not attempt to split or divide capsule.
  • Vetoryl is used to treat dogs with hyperadrenocorticism, also known as Cushing's Disease.
  • Vetoryl capsules should be given with food.
Weight range (lbs) Weight range (kg) Dosage
3.8-10lbs 1.7-4.5kg One 5 mg or 10 mg capsule daily
10-22lbs 4.5-10kg One 30 mg capsule daily
22-44lbs 10-20kg One 60 mg capsule daily
44-88lbs 20-40kg One 120 mg capsule daily
88-132lbs 40-60kg One 120 mg capsule plus one 60 mg capsule daily (180 mg total)
Over 132lbs Over 60kg Administer the appropriate amount of capsules based on your dog's weight. Speak with your veterinarian to help you determine the correct dosage for your dog.


  • Do not give this medication to dogs with kidney or liver disease.
  • Vetoryl Capsules should not be given to dogs taking certain medications or dogs that are pregnant.
  • Speak with your veterinarian about all medications your dog is taking, including over-the-counter medicines.

Possible side effects:

Some patients may exhibit reactions, including allergic reaction (difficulty breathing; swelling of the lips, tongue or face; hives), severe depression, bloody diarrhea, collapse, or other severe reactions. Other less serious side effects such as unexpected decrease in appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy may occur. If you observe any of these side effects, contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.