Antirobe 150 mg (Per Capsule) (Manufacture may vary)
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are a highly effective antibiotic used to treat soft tissue infections (infected wounds and abscesses), dental infections (infected mouth cavity), and bone infections (osteomyelitis) in cats and dogs. This particular medication is one of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics for pets. Antirobe Caps work by penetrating the source of the bacterial infection and suppressing further protein synthesis and growth.
This medication is available in easy to administer capsules that can be obtained with a prescription from your pet's veterinarian. The typical dosage for Antirobe Caps is 5.5 mg/kg once a day, or 11 mg/kg twice a day, for seven to ten days. Results can be seen in as little as fifteen minutes after the administered dosage. Your pet's symptoms may get better before the length of the prescription, but it is important to complete the medication as directed by your veterinarian. Benefits: Safe for cats and dogs One of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics for pets Effective in treating several different infections
DirectionsDosage and Administration:
Use as directed by a veterinarian. Typically, dosage is 5.5 mg/kg once a day, or 11 mg/kg twice a day, for 7 to 10 days. Do not administer antirobe capsules to animals with liver or kidney problems. Periodically test the liver and kidneys of otherwise healthy animals being treated with antirobe capsules for longer than a month.
Who's Antirobe Caps For?
Quick, direct action against the source of soft tissue, dental, and bone infection
Induces a high concentration of white blood cells at the infection site, effectively combating the spread of the infection
Keeps gingivitis from developing into periodontitis or periodontal disease, which bacteria can, in time, spread to the lungs, heart, liver, and kidneys, leading to serious infection and disease
Does not lose its efficacy when it encounters pus
Rarely causes adverse side effects
Available in easy-to-administer capsules and liquid drops, avoiding the messiness of intramuscular injections
Can be administered any time, without regard to meals