What should I do if I give my Dog Albon?
We recommend these guidelines when using Albon (or generic sulfadimethoxine) to treat a dog: 1 Never give to your dog without a prescription from a vet 2 Complete the full course of medicine suggested by your vet 3 Try to avoid SC or IM injections which can cause skin irritation 4 Avoid use in pregnant/nursing animals whenever possible More …
What should I do if my dog is taking Baytril?
VetInfo.com advises making sure your dog has access to plenty of water if she is taking Baytril to counteract the dehydrating effect diarrhea can have on her system. If a red flag goes up in your mind when your doctor prescribes Baytril for your furry friend, it’s probably because you read somewhere that it had been banned.
What kind of albol can I give my Dog?
Albol is commonly sold in the form of tablets, but is also available as a liquid formulation. Giving this liquid suspension is a better option, as it has a flavor, which makes it easy to administer as far as dogs are concerned. Sulfa crystals may be detected in the dog’s urine due to regular administration of Albon.
What happens if my dog is allergic to Albon?
Also, since it is a sulfonamide antibiotic, dogs who are allergic to Albon may also react negatively to medication that is a member of the sulfa group of drugs. So make sure that your pet is not allergic to any of the sulfa drugs before giving it Albon.
What kind of antibiotic is Albon for dogs?
Albon (generic name: sulfadimethoxine) for dogs is an antibiotic medication used to treat bacterial infections in dogs. It is also used to treat a coccidiosis, a serious parasitic infection in dogs. Albon for dogs is available in a tablet or liquid form.
When to give Baytril to a dog with an infection?
Always verbalize concerns you have with medications your vet prescribes. Baytril is an antibiotic that’s effective in treating a wide range of infections. If your dog has an infected wound or gets a lung or urinary tract infection, your vet may prescribe Baytril as treatment.
How often should I give my Dog Albon?
If you find it difficult to administer the medicine, please contact the vet. As far as giving the tablets go, follow the same rule, i.e., 25 mg/lb of the dog’s body weight for the first dose, and 12.5 mg/lb every 24 hours thereafter . Follow the dosage instructions prescribed by the vet religiously when giving a pup this medicine.
What is Albon used for?
Albon (generic name: sulfadimethoxine) for dogs is an antibiotic medication used to treat bacterial infections in dogs. It is also used to treat a coccidiosis, a serious parasitic infection in dogs. Albon for dogs is available in a tablet or liquid form. It is also available as an injection.