Digoxin side effects in dogs

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960887_tn?1283485836 Izzie’s blood work showed that her blood was way more concentrated than it should be (PCV=66% if you like lab numbers), and much of the fluid had leaked out into her intestines. This is typical of a disease syndrome <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>in</span> <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dogs</span> known as HGE (hemorrhagic gastroenteritis), which may have many different causes including bacterial infection, stress or dietary indiscretion (ie eating a dead animal). The treatment for HGE is IV fluids and IV antibiotics, and that is what Izzy got.
Avatar_f_tn What the Atenolol HAS done is take my blood pressure down, and I think it produces some side effects (cold feet) as well. Obviously I don't want to be a lifetime user if I don't have to be. Any thoughts/feedback on Atenolol or beta blockers and PVCs? Thanks.
Avatar_n_tn Well I developed tachycardia, anxiety, tremors, diarrea, vomiting, paranoya, meomory loss from the anxietyu medication, well in 5 weeks I thought I had a stroke but I didn't my heart rate would go anywhere from 90- 206 everyday, the left side of my body went numb and my right eye ball would stick <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>in</span> place, I cried many times a day and couldn't sleep at all, ok in 5 weeks my TSH went from 11.9 to 0. They finally figured it out after I asked if teh 12.2mcg wasn't enough, I though I was taking 12.
661200_tn?1225486613 Just today we noticed blood <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>in</span> his urine. This scared us since one of the possible side effects of Lasix is kidney failure. He isn't vomiting and is urinating regular and not in places he shouldn't be. We're hoping this isn't kidney failure but possibly a stone. We have been feeding him the below basic diet. Does anyone have suggestions on blood work, tests we should do, diet and so on to help strengthen the dog and reduced his intake of the below drugs or eliminate some all together?
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Avatar_n_tn A person takes insulin to maintain proper levels of sugar <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>in</span> their bodies. A heart patient takes <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>digox<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>in</span></span> to maintain proper heart functioning. An opiate addict may take LAAM or methadone to restore an imbalance in their brains due to the disease of opiate addiction. New regulations would allow personal physicians to treat opiate addiction in the privacy of their office.