Macrobid For My Dog

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Reta Says:


can i dissolve macrobid in water, or oil or fruit juice for my dog . what will it disolve it the best?



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Jenna Says:

Hi Reta,

Based on my research, Macrobid (nitrofuratoin) is used in dogs typically for resistant urinary tract infections.

A far as dissolving the medication goes, it would probably break down well in lemon juice or anything of the sort. I would dilute it with some water after dissolving it in the juice though, just so it doesn't taste as acidic.

Post back if you have any more questions, I hope this info helps!

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Cherie Says:
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I have 100mg of Macrobid my dog weighs 8 lbs. how much water should I dilute this with to be safe?

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Laura Says:
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I presume my diabetic dog has another uti I have my own macrobid capsules it may be 100mg
How do I give to him do I open capsule vibe a bit with food he's diabetic I have no vet
Last vet told me to euthanize him.

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