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amox clav dog
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Rottweiler his 3rd verba bray bone is believe to affected the vet gave him this drug. He is now stumbling all over the place. This is either cause by the medicine or the bone. Answers Please ## Hello, Hawg! How are you? This is an antibiotic and the FDA lists its typical side effects, in canines, as possibly including nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and drowsiness. Thus, it may actually be a combination of both, since this medication can cause dizziness. However, I am not well versed on the use of mediations in animals, so I advise you to consult your veterinarian to be sure. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Versed.
Fri, Aug 21 '15, 12:57 PM
amox clav for dog
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Can i take amox clav for dogs to treat my tooth ache its hard to get to hospital. ## Hello, Travis! Sorry about the toothache. You're going to have to see a dentist. There are some medications that are made for canines, which aren't manufactured to human standards, so it may not be safe for you to take, additionally, if you don't have enough to finish a full course of treatment, it creates the risk of your developing antibiotic resistant bacteria. And while an antibiotic can help with the infection, it will not fix the underlying cause of the infection, such as a deep dental cary, so it will just keep returning, until you see your dentist and have it corrected. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Fri, Oct 18 '13, 12:31 PM
Amox Clav for my dog
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my dog has been prescribed amox/clav as the vet says he has very bad teeth and looks infected, im worried about the side effects on him as he is a 14 and a half year old plus he has heart problem and all things about this product say keep away from animals, has anyone else given there dog this product, i just worry about him so much, ## Okay, the first issue is that for an elderly animal, with a heart problem, a dental infection is far, far more dangerous than any medications used to help clear it up. And when they direct you to keep it away from animals, they mean don't let them get ahold of it and eat the whole package, or let them get ahold of ones that aren't prescribed for them. Just like you would need to keep your medications out of reach of small children. This is a gene... ...
Updated 8 days ago in Amoxicillin.
Wed, Nov 15 '17, 3:47 PM
amox clav for dog vs amoxillin
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My Bulldog got bitten by another dog on his ear. I'm broke but I have amoxicillin 500mg. And amox TR-K CLV. HIS EAR IS INFECTED WHICH WOULD BE BEST ## Hi Gina, I'm so sorry to hear about what happened to your bulldog. A bite on the ear sounds pretty gnarly! In my honest opinion it would probably be best to contact a vet and get their approval before giving any sort of medication to your dog. However I don't think it is uncommon to hear about dogs being prescribed amoxicillin. According to standard pet medication dosage charts, the usual dose of amoxicillin in dogs is reportedly 5 to 10mg per pound, taken every 12 to 24 hours. Your local vet should be able to verify this and other pertinent information (including how many days it should be taken for and which type of amoxicil... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amoxicillin.
Wed, Aug 31 '16, 2:13 PM
Amox K Clav 500mg
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So I just got prescribed this antibiotic for a dog bite and I have used amoxicillin before and has never worked for me for anything I have used it for since this drug has it in it will it even work for me? ## Did you discuss that with the prescribing doctor? They really don't know what does, or does not work for you, unless you tell them, or they have your full medical records. And exactly what do you mean by saying it doesn't work for you? This one, which contains Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid is a generic for Augmentin. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Thu, Jan 19 '12, 2:22 PM
amox/k clav 875mg
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bladder infection ## any info would be helpful ## These tablets combine Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid, it is a generic version of Augmentin. Here's the link to our monograph with more drug information: ## Found a pill at work on floor round white round with fr9 on one side and blank on the other ## I had fluid behind my right ear drum, swollen throat glands, and a congested chest. After being prescribed this, the throat glands became drastically smaller after a single dosage. ## Is amox-clav 875mg the right drug to treat prostitis ## does AMOX/K CLAV 875 MG CONTAIN ASPIRIN? ## Can I use this Med to treat urinary tract infection ## I have taken this med for about a week now with instructions to take until gone. Prescribed as a result of a serious dog bite. The last couple of days,... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Wed, Aug 17 '11, 7:51 PM
Amox-Clav 825-125 MG dosage for dog
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What is the dosage for a 40 lb dog with a severe bladder infection? How long does it need to be taken? ## Hi Bunny, From what I could gather, the standard dose of Amoxicillin for dogs is reportedly 5 mg for every pound the dog weighs [administered every 12 hours], or 10 mg per pound [administered every 24 hours]. I haven't come across any specific details concerning the duration of treatment, but I'd imagine that it would differ on a case by case basis depending on the type and severity of the infection. Nevertheless, I think it would ultimately be your safest bet to have a veterinarian determine which dosing regimen to go by after evaluating the dog in person. Hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Sat, May 27 '17, 9:31 AM
What Is Amox K Clav 875
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I just finished taking Amox-Clav 875MG. for 7, days, 2 a day for a dog bite. 2 days after taking my last pill, I have become very sick with diarrehea, and feel like I have a fever, but do not. Could this be delayed side effects from taking the medicine? ## Amoxicillin and Clavulanic Acid are the active ingredients in Augmentin, which is an antibiotic that used to treat various types of infections. And yes, diarrhea can be a side effect of taking it. But as to the fever, did you actually check your temperature? Learn more Augmentin details here. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Thu, Aug 16 '12, 4:22 PM
amoxiclav drug study
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drug study of amoxiclav ## The combination of Amoxicillin + Clavulanate potassium results in an antibiotic with an increased spectrum of action and restored efficacy against amoxicillin-resistant bacteria that produce -lactamase. For more detailed information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## Thanks ## amoxiclav applicable to my 1year old dog suffering from leptospirosis her skin turned into yellow because the leptospirosis bacteria attacks the liver. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Sat, Jun 23 '12, 10:08 AM
Amox Clav 875mg Tablets
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hi, what if my dog took a piece of a tablet that fell to the floor? is it poison to dogs? thanks ## Based on my research, drug companies do actually make Amoxicillin for both cats and dogs. So in my opinion your dog should probably be ok in the long run without any worries. However if your dog doesn't seem to be handling it well, I would still encourage you to bring the dog to your local vet and have it checked out. I hope this helps offer at least some relief knowing that Amoxicillin is often prescribed by vets. ## Thank you! ## I was seeking information on amox clav 875 mg tabs, as they related to ingestion by my dog . A big black lab, who got inquisitive and ate three tablets on a plate to be taken that night by myself. According to what I have found so far is that it is a light ... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Jan 30 '17, 3:29 PM
Amox-Clav prescription
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I was attacked by a dog and the ER prescribed Amox-Clav for 3 days but the plastic surgeon prescribed the idential prescription for 7 days. Is it just effective after 3 days as is 7? It's been 4 days and I want to stop taking it. ## Amoxicillin with Clavulanic acid is an antibiotic, they are used to treat or prevent infections. It is usually taken for a course of 10 days. The ER doctor just gave you a few days to start it off. until you could see another doctor to obtain the rest of the treatment. It is very important to continue taking it for the full time period. Have you spoken to the doctor about your concerns about using this? ## Is Amox-Clav 875mg.(tablets) a good treatment for UTIs? Thank you ## Hi Alice - yes, this can be a good treatment, as this medication combines multipl... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Tue, Aug 21 '12, 9:22 AM
amox tr k clv 875 dosage for my dog
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I have a full bottle of these pills and my dog has a bladder infection. He is 126 lbs. Can I give him these? They expire in June so I won't be using them. ## Hi smokey, Based on my research, it should be ok for your dog as long as you're administering the correct dosage. The recommended dosage of Amoxicillin + Clavulanic acid is listed at 12.5mg (per kilogram of body weight). That amount is to be taken twice daily for treating most general infections (including UTI's). If you have any other questions pertaining to proper dosing or administration, you may also want to contact a local veterinary office, since they are well versed in this field of study. I hope this info helps and wish your dog a quick recovery! ## Hello, my 10 pound maltese has an ear infection. I have leftove... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Mar 27 '17, 2:59 AM
Clavaseptin help
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Hi my dog was diagnosed with kennel cough. Or that's what they think. Despite her no contact with other dogs. She was prescribed clavaseptin 50mg every 12 hr. It was almost 90$ here's the thing I have 2 more dogs who since I have found out are separated. I have amoxicillian at home from my own. Pharmacy. Would it be safe to give to the dog? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Sun, Dec 06 '15, 6:22 PM
what is amox trk clv
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what its used for ## Amoxicillin + Clavulanate Potassium...this combination results in an antibiotic. The amoxicillin/clavulanic acid combination is also used in the treatment of, among other infections, periodontitis in dogs and skin infections in cats. The preparation for veterinary use is commonly marketed under the trade names Clavaseptin, and Clavamox. For information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## I have a presciption for ic amox tr-k clv 879/125 mg tab for a sinus infection. my kittens 10 wks old also have colds and sinus runny nose and sneezing. what is the dose I can give them to make them better. I have no money, and a vet will not advise without seeing kitten. ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amoxicillin.
Sat, Dec 05 '15, 1:29 PM
uses for amox tr k clv 875 125
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uses for amox tr-k clv 875-125 mg tab ## Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid, the generic for Augmentin, is an antibiotic, used to treat many types of infections. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. You can read more on it here: Do you have any other questions? ## I am taking this medication for a dog bite, I have congential heart disease, so I am on regular medicine, like coumadin, my stool has been runny and dark, this is new to me because I have taken amoxicillian before, and never had this diarrhea, before, have a little irritation, as well. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Fri, Sep 28 '12, 4:02 PM
amox tr k clv what is it can you to give cats
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Can you give human Amox tr cla to cats with inflammation gums. ## Hi Katlady, Amoxicillin and Clavulanate potassium (Amox TR-K CLV) is a prescription antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections. And yes it is something that may be prescribed by veterinarians to cats/dogs alike in respective dosages. However, according to Dr. Foster and Smith Pharmacy, the human form of this medication reportedly contains more Clavulanate than the veterinary form. Taking that into account, I think it'd probably be best to let a vet determine how much is safe via an in person evaluation. Hope your cat is doing well since you last posted! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Mar 21 '16, 8:30 PM
terramicna hurt my dogs eye
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My dogs eye became infected & healed but when the next day the other eye showed the same symptoms only worse I put terramicina in his eye to clear it up only to find the next day the eye had clouded over bluish grey! The eye still has small amounts of grennish yellow discharge & seems sore to dog. What happened I can't afford a vet until pay day ## Hi Jay, Sorry to hear about what happened to your dog. From what I've been reading online, medications like Amoxicillin, Clavamox, Otomax, Penicillin, and Tetracycline are all touted as being safe for dogs… but ideally, a vet should be consulted in order to determine what a safe dose would be. Have you also tried researching any holistic or plant-based antibiotics that are safe and readily available at a natural grocery ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Wed, Apr 30 '14, 7:48 PM
Round white pill with BMP 205
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Round white pill aprox. 1/4 inch with BMP 205 scored in it.both on the same side bmp is over the 205 ## This pill is an antibiotic, named Clavamox. It is commonly prescribed for cats, dogs and other pets, to treat or prevent bacterial infections. It contains two ingredients: amoxicillin, and clavulanate. Amoxicillin is an antibiotic related to penicillin, except that it has a somewhat broader spectrum of antibacterial action. Clavulanate is an inhibitor of an enzyme produced by bacteria. The drug, Clavamox is safe, unless one has allergies to amoxicillin or penicillin. Clavamox is a non-narcotic, and non-addictive antibiotic. The drug cannot produce euphoria, or make you high by any means. ## That pill your talking about. I know what it is. you can't figure it out here because its f... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, May 04 '09, 7:14 PM
BMP 213
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White Round pill with imprint BMP 213 ## An interesting find, I had trouble locating this one, until I did an extensive search, this is actually a veterinary drug, Amoxicilin and Clavulanic Acid, an antibiotic used mainly for dogs! ## I have some clavamox pills one has a 205 smaller one and one has a 213 larger pill. I. Trying to find out what mg is in each. Can you help? ...
Updated 11 months ago in Veterinary Medicine.
Wed, Nov 30 '16, 5:38 AM
BMP 206
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WHITE ROUND PILL WITH BMP 206 ## does anyone know what pill has the markings BMP 206? It's a white round pill. ## Sorry, this isn't listed in the US prescription drug databases, are you certain of the imprint? ## BMP 206 is veterinary antibiotic. ## It is Clavamox-a mix of amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium. 250 mg ## I support the responder: trying to clean up garage and update my dog health records, found a prescription for clavamox and several loose white pills which had the BMP 206 stampings. I just quered the internet in an attempt to ID these pills, ...
Updated 6 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Aug 01 '11, 10:59 AM

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