Flupen 250 For Dogs

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jen Says:
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Can flupen 250 be given to a dog of about 12 months? If so, what dosage? My dog started to get sick yesterday, now his stools are bloody and smelly. Can I give him flupen 250?



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Magda Says:
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Kan ek Flupen 250 vir my boerboelreun gee.

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