Digoxin supplement interactions

   Hawthorn should not be given to dogs that are currently taking digoxin. Digoxin is sometimes prescribed to dogs that have congestive heart failure.

While hawthorn can be helpful in cases where a dog has mild to moderate congestive heart failure it should not be used if a dog is currently taking digoxin. Hawthorne interacts with digoxin, so it increases the availability of digoxin in your dog’s blood. This can lead to digoxin toxicity.

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