AeroDawg (aerosol chamber for dogs)


The AeroDawg aerosol chamber is used with a Metered-Dose Inhaler (MDI) prescribed by a veterinarian, for the following conditions:

1. Chronic Bronchitis
2. Laryngeal Paralysis
3. Tracheal Collapse

Links at manufacturer’s website (including dosing sheet and instructions on use):

All about AeroDawg, dosing sheet, videos on use of AeroDawg

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External links:

Use of AeroDawg 1

Use of AeroDawg 2

Examples of Metered Dose Inhalers (MDI) are listed below.

Important: that when the veterinarian writes a prescription for a MDI, it should be an “EVOHALER” (as only this design will fit the AeroDawg).

An MDI should be made available only after a diagnostic workup with a veterinarian. A MDI may be available from a veterinarian, or a veterinarian may direct a client to purchase one from a pharmacy. A prescription is required.

Examples of suitable MDIs available in Singapore:

Flixotide 125 Evohaler delivers 125 mcg of fluticasone per dose (120 doses)

–  Long term management, to avoid or reduce dose of systemic steroidal medication

Flixotide 125

Ventolin 100 Evohaler delivers 100 mcg  salbutamol (albuterol) per dose (200 doses)

– Typically for rapid relief of more severe episodes, usually in conjunction with other therapeutics

Ventolin 100

Seretide 25/125 Evohaler delivers 25 mcg of salmeterol and 125 mcg of fluticasone per dose (120 doses); Variations of Seretide available

Seretide 25:125

* Click on images for magnified view

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