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Will benazepril hurt my dog? Benazepril is safe to give to your dog if it has been prescribed to you by your vet, but could be unsafe for dogs who do not need them. If your dog suffers with any of the following, he may not be suitable for treatment with ACE inhibitors: A sensitivity to other ACE inhibitors (e.g. enalapril).
Can benazepril cause kidney failure in dogs? The most common side effects of benazepril are gastrointestinal signs, such as vomiting, diarrhoea, or reduced appetite. If the blood pressure becomes too low, pets may experience weakness and incoordination. Less common side effects include kidney damage and increased blood potassium levels (hyperkalaemia).
What is benazepril side effects?
- Dizziness upon standing.
- Serum creatinine increased.
Does benazepril make dogs pee more? Side effects include changes in urination, decreased appetite, vomiting, sudden lethargy or weakness. These symptoms should be reported to your veterinarian. Side effects are more likely when benazepril is administered with other potent drugs, such as diuretics or vasodilators.