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Baytril is a pet antibiotic medication for dogs and cats often used as dog urinary tract infection treatment or for many other pet bacterial infections. It may also be prescribed to treat dog ear infections of any of these same infections in cats too. Baytril for dogs is part of the quinolone class of antibiotics and the active ingredient enrofloxacin works to quickly eliminate the bacteria and allow the infection to clear.
You can buy Baytril enrofloxacin with a veterinarian's prescription, and your best price on it will be when you order pet medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Standard Baytril for dogs dosage: 22.7 - 68mg tablet according to prescription based on dog size
Standard Baytril for cats dosage: 22.7 tablet for all cats
Otic solution for dogs application as shown on bottle
Doses may be divided in two and administered at 12-hour intervals
Do not crush tablets - extreme bitter taste can make pets reject antibiotic medication
Give this medication on an empty stomach, 1 hour before / 2 hours after food
Give with plenty of water to maintain hydration
Do not give within 2 hours of antacids or sucralfate or administer with vitamin or mineral products
The active ingredient in Baytril for dogs is enrofloxacin
Animals that are allergic to it or other quinolone antibiotics should not take Baytril
Do not exceed the maximum dose of 2.27mg/pound per day in cats due to increased risk of altered vision or blindness
Do not use in young, growing animals or give to pregnant or nursing animals due to risk of problems in bone or joint development
Enrofloxacin can increase blood levels of theophylline, phenytoin, warfarin and probenecid
Use with caution for pets with CNS (central nervous system) disorders
The possibility of negative drug interactions exists between Baytril and other pet Rx medications, including aminoglycoside antibiotics / antacids / cephalosporin antibiotics / Rimadyl and many other NSAID anti-inflammatories / Penicillin / Aminophylline / Cyclosporine / Nitrourantoin / Sucralfate / Theophylline
Inform your doctor of all medications your dog or cat is currently taking before receiving a prescription and proceeding to buy Baytril enrofloxacin online.
Side Effects from Baytril enrofloxacin for dogs may occur, and pets can experience appetite loss, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, or convulsions. Seizures are possible for pets with CNS disorders so in these instances use only when approved by a veterinarian. Long-term use may cause cataracts so use pet antibiotic medication only as indicated in the prescription.
If Baytril enrofloxacin for dogs side effects occur you may want to discontinue use and meet with your veterinarian again to discuss dog bacterial infection treatment medication alternatives.