It is light yellow and oblong with rounded corners (like a capsul- only flat length wise) and scored on the back in the middle. It was provided by my dogs vet as furosemide but does not look right.
I worked for my vet when they changed doggy Lasix to Salix. She she it was because Lasix and Salix came in different strengths, so the change was supposed to minimize confusion/errors. I think they changed how the pills looked, too. It's been a long time, though, so I don't remember what "Salix" looked liked, sorry.
Most vets still call it Lasix or furosemide, though. Force of habit, I think.
- Furosemide Information for Consumers
- Furosemide Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Furosemide (detailed)
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