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Amoxicillin Caleb contracted kennel cough from my son's puppy Neo. After staying in the shelter for provo Neo came home with a cough, but the vet didn't tell us to keep our other dogs away from him, so all of our other dogs caught kennel cough also. When I gave Caleb the Amoxicillin I could see a difference within three days. He is doing much better, but he still have a slight cough which we are now working on. Thank you from Caleb's mom, B. Jefferson 09/30/2014
does the job Max (40lbs) had a gum infection, the Amoxicillin knocked it right out. Max is doing great, he's 16 years old. His breath is better and the infection is gone. 01/13/2013
My cat (over 12 years old) does extremely well with this. He is taking it due to the fact that he has a tremendous amount of mucus and it does help to clear it up - which means he does not sneeze mucus all over the place and more importantly, HE CAN BREATHE AND SMELL HIS FOOD. His appetite is great now. 12/02/2012
I have been giving this to my Great Dane now for 4 days. He seems to be fine and getting better. His stool is loose but no blood or anything like that. Winston is very sensitive to most medications so I consider this a plus that he has taken this one and doing this well. 02/23/2012
Amoxicillin 100mg tabs I ordered these because it is easier to pill Roberto than to administer liquid meds. It didn't work out as hoped. After three or four days on the tabs, he regressed, with blood once again showing in his urine. I switched him back to liquid amoxicillin and he is once again on the upswing. I think he can't absorb the tablets as easily as the liquid. 08/19/2011
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my dog is 110lbs and has a ear infection, what is best for this and what dose should he be given?
Answer:Your vet will be the one to decide the best course of treatment based on their examination
of your dog, however Clavamox is used very often for ear infections and it is stonger than
plain amoxicillin because it has 2 ingredients : Amoxicillin plus clavulanic acid.
The dose for a 110 lb dog may be 2 of the 375 mg tablets every 12 hours or
1 of the 250mg and 1 of the 375 mg tablets together every 12 hours. Again, the vet will determine the
exact dose. Perhaps he is acting funny because he feels dizzy/ light headed and not himself. Hope he gets better soon !
Hi - I have 100mg to be given twice a day for 14 days. Problem is, we are going away after 10 days, and I cannot ask my pet sitter to give the meds to my dog. The dog isn't good with taking meds, and only I can do it. She had 2 teeth pulled, and the meds were given "just in case". Do you think it's ok to miss the last 4 days of this?
Answer:Yes, amoxacillin is prescribed for cats for various infections you will need to talk with your veterinarian to determine if this drug is appropriate for your cat.
If amoxicillin Mgs come in the 100's, how would you prescribe that if the dosage goes by 5-10 mg per pound? If I had a dog that was 20 pounds wouldn't I need 20 mg? The dosage and what the medicine comes in doesn't make sense?
Answer:Amoxicillin dosage is 5-10 mg per pound every 12-24 hours which would be 100mg-200mg every 12-24 hours for your 20 pound dog. Dosage varies depending on what is being treated. Consult with your veterinarian and follow his/her dosing directions on the prescription label.
Answer:Amoxicillin should not be cut or crushed. If your pet is unable to take the tablet then consider using the amoxicillin drops (Amoxi-drops).
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