Antirobe Caps are effective in treating soft tissue infections, dental infections, and bone infections in both cats and dogs. A prescription from your pet's veterinarian is required to obtain Antirobe Caps.
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At a Glance
Safe for cats and dogs
One of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics for pets
Effective in treating several different infections
Generic Alternative is Clindamycin
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Side Effects and Warnings
Side effects may include an upset stomach, causing vomiting and diarrhea. More serious effects may occur if an allergic reaction is triggered.
Available in easy-to-administer capsules and liquid drops, avoiding the messiness of intramuscular injections
25mg per capsule
75mg per capsule
150mg per capsule
Use as directed by a veterinarian. Typically, dosage is 5.5 mg/kg once a day, or 11 mg/kg twice a day, for 7 to 10 days.
Do not administer antirobe capsules to animals with liver or kidney problems. Periodically test the liver and kidneys of otherwise healthy animals being treated with antirobe capsules for longer than a month.
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Our dog is on this as a maintainence drug for build up of tartar on her teeth. I can always expect the refill to come when I expect it too and am grateful for that!
May 12, 2008