Clavamox Drops
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Treats a variety of bacterial infections
Can treat canine periodontal disease and urinary tract infections caused by E. coli
For use in dogs and cats

Clavamox Drops

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At a Glance
Treats a variety of bacterial infections
Can treat canine periodontal disease and urinary tract infections caused by E. coli
For use in dogs and cats

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Clavamox is a prescription broad spectrum antibiotic for cats and dogs that treats a variety of infections caused by bacteria. Clavamox is specially designed so the bacteria cannot build a resistance to it and it is used for skin and soft tissue infections, such as wounds, abscesses, cellulitis, superficial/juvenile and deep tissue infections. Clavamox also treats canine periodontal disease and urinary tract infections caused by E. coli.
  • Zoetis Manufacturer
  • Zoetis Brand
  • Urinary Health Pharmacy
  • Skin & Coat Pharmacy
  • Antibiotics Pharmacy
  • Liquid Application
  • Cat Pet Type
  • Dog Pet Type

What Are Clavamox Drops Used For?

Clavamox drops are used to treat a variety of infections caused by bacteria in cats and dogs. A Clavamox dosage for dogs and cats provides the necessary antibodies that can treat bacterial infections like wounds, deep tissue infections, cellulitis, and abscesses. They can also deal with UTIs โ€“ Urinary Tract Infections โ€“ as well as canine periodontal disease. Hence, Clavamox for dogs and cats are antibiotics. To be more specific, they are broad-range antibiotics. As it is a prescription drug, you cannot buy Clavamox without a vet's prescription. Sellers will not let you purchase the medication off the counter unless you can show them the prescription from your vet.

Do Clavamox Drops Need to Be Refrigerated?

Yes, you have to refrigerate the Clavamox drops. The Clavamox stays good for just days after you have opened it and mixed the medication for use. However, it is highly likely that your dog or cat will have to take the drug for much longer than 10 days. In such cases, you can store the remaining medicine in bottles and store it in the fridge. Do so by filling up a small bowl with tap water, and then mix 14 ml of the water with the Clavamox drops in the bottle. Afterward, seal the bottle tightly, shake well, and store in the refrigerator. This way, the drops can be stored for 10 days.

Should Clavamox Be Given With Food?

Yes, you can administer a Clavamox dose for dogs and cats with food. Clavamox (Amoxicillin) comes in capsules, tablets, or in an oral suspension form. You can give the drug to your pet up to three times a day with food. You can also administer the drug without food. In some cases, your pet may not be willing to take the capsule directly. So you will have to give it with food. Once you administer the drug, you can see it take effect almost immediately. A Clavamox for dogs dosage will take one or two hours to show its effect. However, delays are also possible, in which case you cannot observe a visible change or effect for at least one or two days.

How Do You Give a Dog Clavamox Drops?

You can give Clavamox drops to your dog with or without food. Amox Clav for dogs (or, Amoxiclav for dogs) are antibiotics that deal with a bacterial infection. They come in capsules or the form of oral suspension. You can give the drug to your dog with food if it is unwilling to take it directly. However, you can also crush the capsule and feed it to your dog straight, as long as it is willing to take the medication that way.

How Long Does Clavamox Take To Work?

Clavamox starts to work in just one or two hours. Sometimes, delays are also possible, in which case the drug can take one or two days to show effect.

What Are the Side Effects of Clavamox in Cats?

Clavamox side effects in cats include allergic reactions, diarrhea, vomiting, and loss of appetite. There is also a possibility that your cat will be taking labored breaths, and will feel more tired than usual. Stomach problems are common side effects of antibiotics. However, you should still get in touch with your vet if your cat starts showing these symptoms.

Can Liquid Clavamox Be Mixed With Food?

Yes, you can mix liquid Clavamox with your pet's food. You can even administer the drug directly if your cat or dog is willing enough to take it that way.

Is Clavamox a good antibiotic?

Clavamox is a commonly prescribed antibiotic that combines amoxicillin and clavulanic acid. It is often used in veterinary medicine for the treatment of bacterial infections in dogs and cats. While I cannot provide medical advice, I can give you some general information. Clavamox is considered effective against a broad range of bacterial infections, including those affecting the respiratory tract, urinary tract, skin, and soft tissues. The combination of amoxicillin and clavulanic acid enhances the spectrum of activity by helping to overcome bacterial resistance mechanisms. However, the effectiveness of any antibiotic can vary depending on the specific bacteria causing the infection. Bacterial cultures and susceptibility tests are typically performed to determine the most appropriate antibiotic for a particular infection.

How much Clavamox liquid to give a puppy?

The recommended dosage for Clavamox is often 6.25 mg per pound (1 ml per 10 pounds) of body weight, given twice a day. This dosage may vary depending on factors such as the puppy's weight, age, overall health, and the type of infection being treated. When administering Clavamox, it is typically provided in liquid form. Use a syringe or dropper that is provided with the medication to measure the prescribed dosage accurately. Be sure to shake the medication well before measuring each dose.

Is amoxicillin the same for cats and dogs?

Amoxicillin is an antibiotic that is used in both cats and dogs to treat various bacterial infections. It is available in various formulations, including tablets (Amoxi-Tabsยฎ) and liquid suspensions (Amoxi-Dropsยฎ or Robamoxยฎ), to accommodate different administration methods for pets. While the active ingredient, amoxicillin, is the same for both cats and dogs, the dosing and formulation can vary depending on the animal's size, weight, and the specific condition being treated. Cats, for example, are generally more sensitive to certain medications, including antibiotics, compared to dogs. Also, the appropriate dosage and formulation may vary depending on factors such as the animal's size, weight, age, and the specific condition being treated.

Can I use human antibiotics on cats?

Using human antibiotics on cats is not recommended without the guidance and prescription of a veterinarian. The dosage of antibiotics for cats can differ from that of humans. Cats are generally more sensitive to certain medications and may require lower doses to avoid potential toxicity. Human medications are often formulated differently, such as in tablets or capsules, which may not be suitable for cats. Cats are typically given antibiotics in liquid or chewable forms for easier administration. Human antibiotics may not be safe for cats due to differences in metabolism and potential adverse reactions. Some antibiotics can be toxic to cats or may cause severe side effects. Certain bacteria that affect cats may have different susceptibility patterns compared to those in humans. Using inappropriate antibiotics can contribute to antibiotic resistance and may not effectively treat the specific bacterial infection in cats.

Can dogs and cats take azithromycin?

Yes, both dogs and cats can take azithromycin, but it should only be used under the guidance and prescription of a veterinarian. Azithromycin is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that is effective against a variety of bacterial infections in both dogs and cats. Azithromycin is commonly used to treat respiratory tract infections, skin and soft tissue infections, and certain gastrointestinal infections in dogs and cats. It is also sometimes used as a preventative treatment for certain respiratory infections in specific situations. The dosage and duration of treatment with azithromycin will vary depending on the specific condition being treated and the individual animal's characteristics.

Consult your veterinarian if your pet experiences lack of appetite, drooling, vomiting, or diarrhea.

Notify your veterinarian of any additional medications or supplements your pet is taking, and also of any reactions to previous medications.

Ask your veterinarian or consult with one of our pet care specialists at 1-800-844-1427.

This information is for informational purposes only and is not meant as a substitute for the professional advice of, or diagnosis or treatment by, your veterinarian. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian or other qualified professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard or delay seeking professional advice due to what you may have read on our website. Our medications are FDA approved and/or EPA regulated when and as required by law.

Clavamox Drops is manufactured by Zoetis

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Antibiotic has successfully combated the toxins in our dog's system due to a diagnosed portosystemic shunt .

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