Draxxin is the first of its kind, a new generation of macrolide that offers superior disease treatment and extraordinary efficacy in controlling BRD. Developed by Pfizer Animal Health, Draxxin has quickly become the go-to choice for veterinarians treating bovine respiratory disease. Its unique triamilides structure sets it apart from other macrolides on the market, providing superior coverage against a wide range of bacteria. In addition, Draxxin is FDA-approved for use in high-risk cattle, making it the perfect choice for those looking to protect their investment. With its proven track record of success, Draxxin is the clear choice for anyone looking to treat BRD.
Dairy calves, beef cattle and swine.
Draxxin is a medication that helps to fight BRD. It's effective against three main types of bacteria that cause BRD. A single dose is all you need for a full course of treatment.
Draxxin is an injectable antibiotic that helps to treat infections. The active ingredient, tulathromycin, is a type of antibiotic called a macrolide. This antibiotic helps to fight off bacteria that can cause infection.
50 ml, 100 ml, 250 ml, or 500 ml
What are the side effects of Draxxin?
At the recommended dose, transient head-shaking was noted in certain animals. A field study showed that 2 calves experienced hypersalivation. One calf also experienced difficulty breathing (dyspnea). This could have been related to pneumonia.
What special precautions are there?
Do not use this product in humans. Use it only in animals. Keep it out of reach of children. Do not use it in chickens or turkeys.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
Store at or below 75°F (25°C).
The color of the cap on the Draxxin 500mL vial may vary, but the formula has not changed.
In swine, intramuscularly inject a single dose in the neck at a rate of 0.25mL for every 22 pounds of body weight. Never inject a dose exceeding 2.5mL in a single injection site. The recommended dosages for swine (in mL) are: 15 Pounds: 0.2 30 Pounds: 0.3 50 Pounds: 0.6 70 Pounds: 0.8 90 Pounds: 1 110 Pounds: 1.3 130 Pounds: 1.5 150 Pounds: 1.7 170 Pounds: 1.9 190 Pounds: 2.2 210 Pounds: 2.4 230 Pounds: 2.6 250 Pounds: 2.8 270 Pounds: 3.1 290 Pounds: 3.3 In cattle, subcutaneously inject a single dose in the neck at a rate of 1.1mL for every 100 pounds of body weight. Never inject a dose exceeding 10mL in a single injection site. The recommended dosages for cattle (in mL) are: 100 Pounds: 1.1 200 Pounds: 2.3 300 Pounds: 3.4 400 Pounds: 4.5 500 Pounds: 5.7 600 Pounds: 6.8 700 Pounds: 8 800 Pounds: 9.1 900 Pounds: 10.2 1000 Pounds: 11.4