Baytril Tablet RxBy Baytril
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Enrofloxacin, which is found in Baytril Tablets, is an antibiotic that can be used to treat a variety of bacterial illnesses.
Who is Baytril Tablet for?
Dogs and cats.
Why use Baytril Tablet?
Baytril is an easy-to-dose chewable tablet that cures infections.
How does Baytril Tablet work?
Baytril is in a family of drugs called fluoroquinolones. These medications work interfere with the metabolism of bacterial DNA, causing death of the bacteria and healing of the resulting infection.
How is Baytril Tablet sold?
Sold by the tablet in 22.7 mg, 68 mg, or 136 mg strengths.
What are the side effects of Baytril Tablet?
Urine crystals may form as a result of taking this drug. Lab tests can be used to diagnose these conditions. This drug's crystals should never be mistaken with crystals that are more therapeutically significant, such as struvite, oxalate, or urate. In dogs under the age of eight months, joint cartilage damage may occur. This isn't a concern with cats, and it's only likely to happen in pups. Do not give this medicine to puppies unless your veterinarian believes that the infection is severe enough to warrant it. Pseudomonas ear infection in dogs may necessitate a very large dose. It's possible that nausea will develop in such circumstances. Diarrhea and vomiting may occur if 10 times the recommended amount is given. When the right dose is given to the pet, this is unlikely to happen.
What special precautions are there?
Baytril and other fluoroquinolones may cause the development of lesions in weight-bearing joints. Therefore, it is unsafe for administration to puppies under 6 weeks old due to their still-developing joints.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Baytril Tablet?
Keep product stored in a dry and cool environment.
Baytril is sometimes prescribed by veterinarians for the treatment of exotic animals. It should not be administered to any other animal than the one for which it was prescribed.
Use as prescribed by your veterinarian.