After your pet is given blood tests, then a proper dosage should be provided by your veterinarian. If Soloxine is taken in the right dosage then there should be no side effects. If you give too much Soloxine to your pet then overdose can result in the symptoms of thyrotoxicosis which may include increased urination, hunger, thirst, hyperactivity, personality change, and reduced tolerance to heat.
This drug may have other affects so you may want to monitor your pets health periodically such as periodic exams or blood tests to check thyroid levels. Your veterinarian should be able to tell what proper dosage to give to your pet.
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