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Clavamox is a prescription pet antibiotic for dog urinary tract infection treatment or to counter other types of gram-positive or gram-negative bacterial infection in pets. Clavamox for dogs may also be indicated for treating skin infections in a pet's cuts or wounds, and it may also be used to treat dog bladder infections. This medication works by making bacteria unable to build cell walls so they cannot grow, and this clears the infection. Some vets may recommend Clavamox as a more effective antibiotic depending on the type of infection.
You can buy Clavamox with a prescription, and your best price on it will be when you order pet medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Standard Clavamox for dogs dosage: 6.25mg per pound of body weight twice per day
Standard Clavamox for cats dosage: 62.5mg twice per day for any body weight
Pet urinary tract infection may need 14 days (2 weeks) or more for treatment but it should not exceed 30 days
The active ingredients in Clavamox are Amoxicillin and Clavulanate Potassium
Inform your veterinarian of your pet having any history of kidney disease, asthma or other respiratory ailments, diarrhea from antibiotics, phenylketonuria, or penicillin allergies before beginning on Clavamox
Clavamox may not be suitable for pets who are pregnant or breastfeeding
Do now chew, divide, or break medication tables
Always finish all of the antibiotic medication dispensed for you to ensure the infection is entirely eliminated
Negative drug interaction risks between Clavamox and other pet Rx medications are possible, including probenecid, warfarin, antibiotics like chloramphenicol, erythromycin, doxycycline, and others. Always tell your vet of all medications your pet is currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Clavamox online.
Clavamox side effects are possible, and some pets may have nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or visible discomfort. If side effects are seen you may want to discontinue use and speak to your veterinarian again regarding bacterial infection in pets treatment options.