Buy Clindamycin (Generic Antirobe) Medications Online At Discount
Clindamycin antibiotic for dogs and cats can be purchased online in many different
forms including brand name or generic varieties.
Notice the generic clindamycin pet medications are not much less and maybe
even more than the brand name versions - this is because the money you can save by buying online is often enough to make
up for the price difference. Personally, we prefer brand name medications for our own pets because we have more confidence
in the quality and consistency we can expect from certain manufacturers. Clindamycin pet medications are available in tablet,
capsule, oral suspension aqua drops and topical solution varieties. There is even a version for fish.
* Below prices and discounts as posted on 10/10/11 and subject to
change without notice, please verify current cost due before you purchase and checkout
Information On Clindamycin Antibiotic For Dogs and Cats
Clindamycin is a generic antibiotic with brand name counterparts - ANTIROBE® from Pfizer and CLINSOL® from Virbac.
similar in formulation and action to the antibiotic Lincocin and the human antibiotic Cleocin.
Clindamycin is a narrow range antibiotic most commonly prescribed for
dental and bone infections in dogs and cats including dental
disease such as gingivitis, periodontitis and osteomyelitis.
However, it is often prescribed to treat specific pus filled infection sites, bite wound, abscess,
post surgery, pneumonia and respiratory infections in pets.
Clindamycin for pets is available by prescription only in
oral capsules of variable dosage or
as an oral dose liquid suspension aquadrop
for hard to pill pets. There is also an external topical
solution 1% available for external use only that is sometimes prescribed
to treat topical skin and wound infections.
Clindamycin may not be
suitable for all pets including those with kidney and liver issues. Like any antibiotic,
side effects, allergies and adverse reactions are possible. Potential
issues with clindamycin, in some pets, includes but is not
limited to vomiting, diarrhea, and decreased appetite. There are also
other pet medications, including some antibiotics, that should not be used in conjunction
with clindamycin or antirobe, so please visit with your veterinarian thoroughly
regarding your pets specific treatment and follow all their directions carefully.
As with any antibiotic, even if your pet appears to have recovered,
it is important to complete
the prescription as specified by your veterinarian, or,
they could develop a resistance or redevelop the illness.
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