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Skin Infection My dog is using the Primor 600 Mg. It has caused a loss of appetite. She usually has a good appetite. Also I noticed some of the rash from the skin infection is still there and will call my doctor today. So far she has been on it for 7 days. 09/22/2014
effective I am using this for a second time in 4 months to treat diarrhea/bowel incontinence in my 8 year old malti-poo. The vet thinks she might have been suffering from a bacterial overload, and both times this has cleared up the symptoms quickly, with no side effects. 01/18/2014
Primore only med to help uti. My Pittie had a chronic uti for months with no reliefe from other antiboditics. Primor is the only med strong enough that has cleared up the uti issue for my dog. I would definitely use again because I have tried everything else. 04/18/2013
Primor 240 My 2 year old dog had a bacterial infection from scratching due to dermatitis. My vet prescribed this for him to take 12 days. He had no side effects and is back to his normal self. I did ask my vet questions about the medicine when given to me though. After all, he is my kiddo and I wanted to be sure of everything before administering it to him. 03/22/2013
I do not recommend My shepherd mix was given this for her respiratory issues a couple of years ago. A couple of days into the medication she had a seizure and fell off of the couch. I stopped the medicine at once and she has never had a seizure since then. There are other medications that can be given in place of this that I feel do the job better and are a lot less dangerous! 03/29/2012
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My English bulldog has severe pododermatitis with a deepening wound that was cultured, staph and e. coli present. Primor was ordered by vet for $145. What is the benefit of such a costly medication as opposed to Bactrim DS? Is there $145 worth of efficacy to justify the Primor?
Answer:Primor is a prescription medication typically used in dogs for the treatment of skin and soft tissue infections (wounds and abscesses), and urinary tract infections caused by susceptible bacteria.
If your pet has an ear infection please contact your veterinarian to suggest an appropriate course of
Our dog has a large aversion to taking pills. Is Primor a pill that can be crushed and put in the dog's food.
I would not recommend crushing the tablet, because the medication may lose it's effectiveness if all of the active ingredient is not ingested; however, it can be administered with food. Thanks!
Condition is severe. Our dog is 15 and has a life threatening situation. We administered 1 in morning & 1 at night for 2 days in a row now because conditioning was worsening by the minute. It seems to have definitely helped being that we gave our dog the 2nd dose on the 2nd day even though indications said to administer 1 in morning 1 at night on 1st day then 1 a day for next couple of days. Is this okay to continue this way? Thnx
Answer:I don't know what the condition is, nor do I know what you mean by it's worsening. What I do know is you should not give Primor unless specifically told to do so by your veterinarian. I would strongly suggest you contact your veterinarian right away if your pet is that sick.
Schauzner 16 years old. Had digestion problems in past, Lately intermitent agression, diarrhea, tiredness. Vet meds were primor 20mg/1 time daily, sucralfate no mg, 1/2 twice daily, clomipraminr 25mg 1 twice daily. A late question because I lost him a few days ago--could these meds have had any bad effect on an old dog?
Answer:Each of the medications you mention have potential side effects. Side effects that may occur with Primor can include KCS or dry eye, anemia, fever, loss of appetite, vomiting or diarrhea, joint inflammation, kidney damage, or skin rash. A side effect that may occur with sucralfate is constipation. Side effects of clomipramine may include seizures; a fast or irregular heartbeat; high blood pressure; difficulty urinating; or fever with increased panting, muscle stiffness or muscle weakness; drowsiness or dizziness; dry mouth and eyes; constipation; panting; mild agitation, weakness or headache; nausea or loss of weight or appetite.
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