This information is provided by Provet for educational purposes only.
You should seek the advice of your veterinarian if your pet is ill as only he or she can correctly advise on the diagnosis and recommend the treatment that is most appropriate for your pet.
Frusemide is a commonly used drug in veterinary practice, but there are certain circumstances when it should not be used, or should be used with great care
Frusemide is a potent diuretic and should not be used in animals with :
Overdosage with frusemide can result in dehydration or ototoxicity and transient deafness
The following drugs should not be used concurrently with frusemide :
Ideally, older animals should be screened for subclinical problems* prior to administration of frusemide.
Updated January 2016