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Timolol 5 5
molly has been doing great on this medication . She had an eye removed last April because of glaucoma. this medication is saving her other eye. 08/13/2013
Great Product My husband and I have a Cocker Spaniel that was diagnosed with Glaucoma a few years ago. The vet put him on these drops, once per day in each eye. Since we've been using these drops, my dog has not had any issues in his eyes. He knows that he gets treats when he lets me do his drops, so I don't have to fight with him every day. I think this is a great product! 07/24/2013
Good Product / Shipping not great My dog Lilly has been using this product for several years due to her cataracts causing swelling. It works good but often I have to put drops in 3 to 4 times a day which can get difficult during the work week. However, these drops are cheaper than the alternative so overall I am satisfied. 03/15/2010
Our Bichon-poodle developed cataracts at the age of two. One eye was operated on; the cataract in the other eye had already resorbed and the eye has since been removed. Babs is now six and the vet specialist has prescribed 1 drop of Timolol three times a day to keep the pressure down. It seems to be working, and she is having no problems. However, after reading the other review about a dog receiving only one drop a day I wonder whether our Babs is "over-medicated". I will ask that question of the vet during the next check-up. 02/22/2010
Works great for Maggie After Maggie's surgery for cataracts 1 and 1/2 years ago, her surgeon has gradually reduced the use of Timolol to 1 drop in each eye every night. Within 1 month she had gone almost blind from diabetes and cataracts. She is now almost 11 and doing beautifully. 11/01/2009
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she is on pain meds and eye drops and has been for several mos. is this okay to leave these meds going for the rest of her life. she is 18
Answer:Your cat may need to use these medications life long, which is not uncommon. Talk to your veterinarian about any side effect that seems unusual or bothersome to the animal.
he was diagnose at age 8 with catract, the vet said that is have to get bad before they can perform any surgery.
Answer:Dogs can develop glaucoma and cataracts. Your veterinarian will determine the appropriate time to treat based on your pet's condition.
Answer:Give it twice a day still as prescribed. Timolol is relatively weak in comparison to most glaucoma medications, so you will do no harm by continuing on a twice daily schedule.
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