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What are Baytril Taste Tabs?

Baytril Taste Tabs are used to treat many types of bacterial infections. It's a fluroquinolone antibiotic used for infections of the urinary tract, skin, prostate, GI tract, liver, and lungs. Baytril requires a prescription from your veterinarian. Baytril Taste Tabs are sold per tablet.
Baytril Taste Tabs
 
For: Cats and Dogs

Benefits:
Treats bacterial infections
Chewable tablets are flavored so your pet will enjoy eating them
Sold individually (per tablet)

How it works:
Baytril is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic. Fluoroquinolones interfere with bacterial DNA metabolism to kill the bacteria.

Cautions:
Do not use in pregnant or nursing animals. Do not give Baytril with vitamin/mineral products or within 2 hours of giving an antacid or sucralfate. Tell your veterinarian about any other medications your pet is being given.


More Information:
Brand Name
Baytril (Bayer)
Generic Name
Enrofloxacin

What is the most important information I should know about Baytril Taste Tabs: Baytril is a prescription medication FDA-approved for veterinary use in dogs and cats. Baytril is available as 22.7mg, 68mg and 136mg scored chewable tablets for dogs and cats. The usual dose of Baytril for dogs is 2.27-9.07mg/pound every 24 hours. The usual dose of Baytril for cats is 2.27mg/pound every 24 hours. The dog and cat doses may be divided into two doses 12 hours apart. Always follow the dosage instructions provided by your veterinarian. Do not give Baytril to any pet other than the pet for whom it was prescribed. Baytril is not for use in animals allergic to it or other fluroquinolone antibiotic drugs. It is advised that Baytril should not be used in younger dogs during their rapid growth phase, approximately 2 to 8 months in small to medium breeds, 2 to 12 months in large dogs, and 2 to 18 months in giant breeds.

What is Baytril: Baytril is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic used for the treatment of bacterial infections of the urinary tract, skin, prostate, GI tract, liver, and lungs due to susceptible organisms. This medication may also be used for purposes other than those listed in this guide.

What should I discuss with my veterinarian before giving Baytril Taste Tabs to my pet: Tell your veterinarian if your pet has had seizures, or is pregnant or lactating.

How should this medication be given: Give Baytril Taste Tabs exactly as directed by your veterinarian. Give all of the medication your veterinarian has prescribed. Symptoms may start to improve before the infection is completely treated. Allow plenty of water for your pet to drink. Do not exceed the maximum dose of 2.27mg/pound per day in cats because of an increased risk of altered vision or blindness. If you do not understand the directions ask the pharmacist or veterinarian to explain them to you. Store Baytril at room temperature away from moisture and heat. Keep this medication away from children and pets. 

What happens if I miss giving a dose: Give the missed dose as soon as you remember. However, if it is almost time for the next dose, skip the dose missed and give only the next regularly scheduled dose. Do not give a double dose of the medication.

What happens if I overdose the pet: Seek emergency veterinary medical treatment. Symptoms of overdose may include loss of appetite, vomiting, and diarrhea.

What should I avoid while giving Baytril Taste Tabs to my pet: Do not use Baytril in animals allergic to it or other fluoroquinolone antibiotics. Do not give Baytril within 2 hours of giving an antacid or sucralfate, vitamin/mineral products, or dairy products.  

What are the possible side effects of Baytril Taste Tabs: Stop giving the medication and seek emergency veterinary medical attention if your pet experiences an allergic reaction (difficulty breathing; closing of the throat; swelling of the lips, tongue or face; or hives). Other less serious side effects may also occur. Continue to give the medication and talk to your veterinarian if your pet experiences loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, or drowsiness. Side effects other than those listed may occur. Talk to your veterinarian about any side effect that seems unusual or bothersome to your pet.

What other drugs will affect Baytril Taste Tabs: Before giving Baytril, tell your veterinarian if your pet is being given warfarin, theophylline, probenecid, or phenytoin. When given with cyclosporine, Baytril can increase the risk of kidney damage from the cyclosporine. Drugs other than those listed may also interact with Baytril. Talk to your veterinarian or pharmacist before giving any prescription or over-the-counter medications.

Where can I get more information: Your pharmacist has additional information about Baytril written for health professionals that you may read.

Directions:

Baytril Taste Tabs, a prescription product, is an antibiotic used in dogs and cats to treat many types of infections cause by susceptible bacteria such as infections of the urinary tract, skin, prostate, GI tract, liver, and lungs.
Use Baytril Taste Tabs with caution in young, growing puppies (2 to 8 months for small to medium breeds, 2 to 12 months in large breeds, and 2 to 18 months in giant breeds). Do not use in pregnant or nursing animals.
Allow plenty of water for your pet to drink.

Tip: Baytril is available in 22.7 mg, 68 mg, and 136 mg Taste Tabs. Baytril is also available as otic (ear) drops.
Dosage:
Pet Weight Dosage
Dogs: All weights Give 2.27-9.07mg/pound by mouth either once a day as a single dose or divided into two doses 12 hours apart.
Cats: All weights Give 2.27mg/pound by mouth either once a day as a single dose or divided into two doses 12 hours apart.
Horses:

Baytril 22.7 mg Taste Tabs:
Active Ingredients Amount
Enrofloxacin 22.7 mg

Baytril 68 mg Taste Tabs:
Active Ingredients Amount
Enrofloxacin 68 mg

Baytril 136 mg Taste Tabs:
Active Ingredients Amount
Enrofloxacin 136 mg

Baytril 4.1 5 39 39
Baytril One of the stronger group of antibiotics available against some of the most nasty bacterial infections seen in veterinary practice, this tried and tested prescription antibiotic by Bayer is still the gold standard in its class, in my experience and opinion. Of the quinolone antibiotic class, I find it the most reliable and widely used in my profession. Many studies have shown it to reach high therapeutic concentrations in difficult areas such as the prostate gland, bladder, kidneys, uterus, skin, ears and lungs. Many times various bacteria such as E coli, pseudomonas, Mycoplasma, and bordatella are resistant to many other prescribed antibiotics, where Baytril has truly shined in its perfomance. . In particular, pseudomonas has been one of the most frustrating bacteria to deal with in chronic skin and ear infections. I dont know where I would be if such an antibiotic like baytril were not available, as I have found the competitor quinolone antibiotics both that have come along in the human field like ciprofloxicin and others like orbax in the veterinary field not as reliable in my experience and opinion. Of course I always guide the ideal antibiotic therapy for an infectious condition based on results of cultures. However when one is dealing with an acute or emergency situation like an acute infection of the prostate gland, uterus(called pyometra) or painfully sensitive abcessed ear, I often dont have time to wait for culture reports to come back and that is when I will reach for baytril in particular as a first line antibiotic of choice. We also can get by using this antibiotic once daily at a higher dose at once, rather than clients needing to give an antibiotic twice or three times daily. I also find that baytril tends to have less digestive side effects than other prescribed antibiotics, and its coating make it very easy to adminster for most animal guardians. . The only drawbacks I have seen with its use orally in animals, is a rare unexplained blindness that can occur in a very small proportion of treated cats, as well as the expense sometimes needed to treat large dogs or deep infections or abcesses. The antibiotic is also contraindicated to use in especially large breed rapidly growing dogs the first several months of life. I also find that some veterinarians will reach for this expensive and powerful antibiotic first for simple infections, when other more economic antibiotics would be equally as effective. This practice also can lead to future bacterial resistance, which is something that both MD/s and DVMs need to be more aware of with potential for future drug resistant bacteria if powerful antibiotics like baytril are overused or misprescribed. However given these minor limitations, I give this prescription product an overall rating and efficacy a 5, with an ease of use/taste a 5. 05/04/2009
Very Helpful My Pomeranian has had liver disease for over one year. Of the five different antibiotics she has been on, Baytril is the only one that doesn't make her vomit or decrease her appetite, and her liver enzyme counts are slowly decreasing back toward the normal range. 01/07/2014
Works most of the time My second Bichon Frise has chronic urinary infections as did the first due to struvite crystals common to the breed. My vet always prescribes Baytril for the infections which are almost all the time. It works while their is an infection, but 2 days later she has more infection, so more Baytril.. I am afraid she will build an immunity to this product. I also must say my vet is inline with the cost here.(almost the same). If anyone knows other than diet change, a better solution I would like to hear about it. Wish Pet Meds had more holistic solutions & products! 12/28/2013
No adverse effects at all My dog had a UTI-4 Baytril a day for 7 days and she is now negative for the E coli bacteria--and she is a 100 lb. female-----I am very satisfied with the results 01/26/2013
Vomit This product has made my dog vomit I will stop Giving her this medication as she does not have a cough anymore. 01/19/2013
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My cat is taking 100 mg Amoxicillin twice a day. He is vomiting and has lost his appetite. The vet wants to change to Baytril (22.7 twice a day for 5 days). Is Baytril less harsh on the stomach? Is it less likely to cause the above symptoms?
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there is a chance of vomiting with any antibiotic including Baytril. try giving it with some food to
avoid stomach irritation. Make sure the pet has plenty of fresh water aound also. If your pet does
get an upset stomach, ask your vet if you can use it with PEPCID. Some pet owners have had
success using the pepcid .....1/2 hour prior to medication on an EMPTY stomach. The resulting
reduction in acidity will make vomiting and diarrhea less likely. Good Luck !
10 months ago
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Only getting your animal to drink more water will get it to urinate more. Same problem I have with my Bichon. I think my dog has figured it out that if she hurts whens she voids, she stops drinking as much as she should. I suggest a bit of chicken bouillon, cooled of course. It's salty & will make them drink more.
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Per manufacturer label, increased urination is not a common side effect. However if your pet is experiencing increased urination or any other unusual side effects, please consult your veterinarian.
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I have an infected tooth, and I cant afford to see a dentist. Is this safe for human consumption, and would it even be effective? I know, a bizarre question, but times are tough. Thanks.
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My vet says that Baytril is NOT safe for humans as it causes us to have hallucinations. that's why it is not listed or approved by the FDA for human consumption. Please do not take this product for yourself.
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No. Please consult with your dentist.
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Small dog dosing

Is a 22mg tablet once a day too much for a six pound dog? Should I break it in half due to her size?
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Thank-you for your question! Baytril is a commonly prescribed antibiotic for dogs. This medication is dosed by weight which ranges from 2.27-9.07mg/pound, given once a day as a single dose or divided into two doses 12 hours apart. This dose ranges varies widely as it depends on the type and degree of severity of infection. Due to the fact that your dog is 6 pounds, their dose is allowed to be anywhere from 13.62mg-54.42mg (as determined by your veterinarian). You would not to break that 22mg tablet in half as your dog will not be getting enough antibiotics to treat their infection.
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Batril and vomiting

7 yr old 18 lb pug. with bad UTI. Have been on 3/4 pill of 68mg for 2 days along with Rimadyl for pain. cant stop vomiting. drinks fine, no food no appetite, but comes back up in about 15 min. will the batril cause this and how can i help my pug ?
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MY DOG IS VOMITING AND VOMITING. I AM NOT GIVING HER ANY MORE.
She only weighs 15 lbs and she has vomited all over the house. I can't stant to see her so sick.
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Vomiting is a side effect of Baytril. You should call your veterinarian about this. It may be a
side effect or it may be a new symptom of a medical condition.
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it has broad spectrum effectiveness against both gram positive and gram
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Baytil is approved for use in cats and dogs. Consult your veterinarian regarding off label use in chickens.
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Yes, but use a small amount of food to ensure that the pet gets the full dose.
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Hamster has what looks like really bad bumblefoot, but parents won't let me take him to the vet. If this is safe for us in hamsters, what would be the dosage and which mg choice should I order?
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Baytril requires a prescription. Your veterinarian will determine the dose if indicated.
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Vomiting and anorexia has been seen in in acute overdose situations in dogs. Dogs receiving 10 times the labeled dosage rate developed vomiting and anorexia. Death has occurred in some dogs fed 25 times the labeled rate for 11 days. In cats overdoses can be serious. In cats blindness and seizures can occur.
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We sell Baytril by individual tablet. You can order any quantity that you want and customer care or the website will calculate the price for you.
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We carry the baytril in 22.7mg, 68mg and 138mg; they are all tan colored tablets. I am not sure what the strength is of the purple tablet that you are referring to.
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2 - 3 hours after taking the Baytril pill my dog vomits. Is there some way to stop this? Or should switch medications?
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Anitbilotics can be hard a stomach, for a dog or human. You can give Pepacid AC, 10mg for my dog about 55 lbs. Also antibiotics must be given with food. Also, you can get a prescription for anti throw uo medicine too. I purchased it with the antibiotics but fortunately didn't need it.
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Vomiting is one of the adverse reactions caused by this medication, and it is mostly seen at higher doses. This adverse reaction can sometimes be self-limiting. This class of antibiotics called Fluoroquinolones can have drug interactions with some other drugs and foods. It is important that your pet is not vomiting the pill. If your pet cannot tolarate this mediation, and you see the pill coming out after vomiting, you should contact your veterinarian as the medication is not being absorved by your pet's body to exert its action.
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No. Baytril does not have a generic equivalent.
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Yes you can. Baytril is available as Baytril Otic for use in the ear. If you feel your pet has an ear infection, you should have the pet examined by your veterinarian. He/she will determine if Baytril Otic is the best antibiotic to use based on the examination.
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A typical dose for a 10 lb cat could be one 22.7 mg tablet given once a day. However, your veterinarian would determine the actual dose to use based on an examination of the pet.
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No. Metacam should never have been placed in the refrigerator. It is stored at room temperature. Please throw the medication away.
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Baytril is available as tablets. If you had the medication specially compounded as a liquid in a pharmacy that offers compounding services then I'm almost positive this medication is no longer any good. Your compounding pharmacist can tell you for sure, but I believe the expiration date of compounded liquid is approximately 60 days.
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The usual dose of Baytril is 2.27-9.07 mg/pound by mouth either once a day as a single dose or divided into two doses 12 hours apart. The actual dose is determined by your veterinarian based on the type of infection, the severity of the infection, and your pet's response to treatment.
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Kennel cough can be viral or bacterial. If the disease is bacterial, antibiotic therapy can be necessary. Doxycycline and SMZ/TMP are commonly used medications. Baytril could be used as well. Your veterinarian would determine which antibiotic to use.
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In the caution tab, it says do not give vitamin/mineral products with Baytril. Does it cause drug interaction or does it reduce the effectiveness of Baytril
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Iron, calcium, and magnesium usually found in vitamins and antacids can decrease the effect of Baytril by interfering with the absorption of Baytril. Give the Baytril tablet 2 hours before or 4 hours after the vitamin or antacid to avoid this interaction.
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myco is an inner nose and eye infection in which the rat suffers from symptoms such as mucus secretions from eyes and nose as well as dizzyness and loss of balance.
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I can't answer your question. This question is best asked to a veterinarian who specializes in "pocket pets"
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I received some from the vet a year ago.His parasites came back and the medicine is bad.
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I'm sorry but we do not.
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My small Cairn is currently taking Baytril after scratching the cornea of her eye. I just read an item online from a "Show Dog" magazine regarding the possibility of this medication causing blindness in small dogs.
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I'm not aware of Baytril causing blindness. However, Baytril should be used with caution in puppies and younger dogs during their rapid growth phase. This would be approximately 2 to 8 months for small dogs. Baytril can affect bone growth during this rapid growth phase.
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Baytril

I notice that it says you need a doctors perscription for this medication I just got this for my dog if I need more I have to get a perscription to get it from you ?
3 years, 7 months ago
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That is correct. You would need a prescription. We could call your veterinarian for you.
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How long am I supposed to give this to my cat? I need to know how many to order. Thank you
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Unfortunately, this is a question for your veterinarian. Treatment is based on the severity of the infection and the pet's response to treatment. Your veterinarian will tell you how long to use it for.
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Baytril Otic in the unopened package is good until the printed expiration on the package. Once it is opened and used, it should not be kept for more than 1 year.
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My vet charges $116 for a 2 week supply of Batril 136 mg for my 80 pound lab. 1800petmeds sells it for about $20. Why so expensive from my vet?
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Hi Casey. We hope you and your Lab are doing well. As a licensed-pharmacy, we only sell and dispense U.S. FDA/EPA-approved medications. The same exact medications sold by your veterinarian. With our high volume of sales to millions of customers, we’re able to deliver the freshest products direct to your door saving you time and money.

Please let us know if we can assist you in filling your order of Baytril or any other medications your Lab may need.

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I have a rabbit with snuffles and I need a Baytril injectable but the closest i have come is the tablets, can i use the tablets for my rabbit?
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I don't know if you can get the proper dose using the tablet. If you can, then yes, you should be able to. Of course your veterinarian would make that final decision since a prescription is required.
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I have a 9 week old cockatoo. When I pulled it from the nest box to hand feed it had a discharge from it nose. My vet had me to give a series of baytri but it has not cleared up. It must ba a sinus infection. Is there something I can give it by mouth ar should I continue wit the shots.
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I would recommend you discuss this with your veterinarian. Only he/she can determine if a different antibiotic is necessary.
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