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ClindaCure is a prescription antibiotic for pets to treat bacterial infections in dogs or cats. It works well for treating skin wounds or abscesses that become infected or for treating respiratory or urinary tract infections in pets. ClindaCure for dogs is also prescribed to treat dog bladder infections and is potent for eliminating gram-positive or anaerobic bacteria and for treating pet erythrasma or osteomyelitis in dogs. ClindaCure works by disabling the bacteria's protein synthesis abilities and the medication is administered orally.
You can buy ClindaCure with a prescription, and your best price on it will be when you order pet medication online from Total Pet Supply.
Standard ClindaCure for dogs dosage: 2.5-15mg / per pound of body weight once per day with dosage specified in your prescription based on type of infection.
Standard ClindaCure for cats dosage: 5-15mg / per pound of body weight once per day with dosage specified in your prescription based on type of infection.
Treatment should not continue for more than 14 days. If infection does not clear within 2 weeks discontinue use and speak to your veterinarian again
Pet urinary tract infection treatment may require up to 14 days but should not exceed 30 days
The active ingredient in ClindaCure is Clindamycin Hydrochloride
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 starting on ClindaCure
ClindaCure may not be suitable for pets who are pregnant or breastfeeding
Always administer all of the antibiotic medication dispensed for your pet to ensure the infection is fully eliminated
ClindaCure oral drops should be stored and 68-77 degrees F (20 -25 degrees C). Do not refrigerate or freeze.
Negative drug interaction risks between ClindaCure and other pet Rx medications are possible, including neuromuscular blocking agent drugs. Always tell the vet of all medications your pet is currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy ClindaCure online.
Side effects from ClindaCure can occur, 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 pet bacterial infection treatment options.