Pilling A Kitten

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Marjorie Marien Says:


does Flagyl ER come in a liquid form ? I have tried every told on how to pill a cat and after many cut and bits they still spit it out


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Cindy Says:

Take the medication and smash the pill between two spoons mix it in hot water and put in a syringe and give it that way alittle at a time, that is how I started giving my animals the medicatipn and it does work. Let the hot water cool off after you mix it. Put the syringe into the side of the mouth and it will go down. Of course without the needle.

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Cindy Says:

Take the medication and smash the pill between two spoons mix it in hot water and put in a syringe and give it that way alittle at a time, that is how I started giving my animals the medication and it does work. Let the hot water cool off after you mix it. Put the syringe into the side of the mouth and it will go down. Of course without the needle. Or maybe you can use chicken broth. That might help. Flagyl taste nasty, maybe jelly. Cindy

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Verwon Says:

If you open their mouths, toss it as far back in the mouth as you can, then gently close their mouths, cover the nose with your hand and rub slowly down their throat, it makes them swallow.

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