* Broad-spectrum antibiotic so it is useful in the treatment of infections in multiple organ systems including the skin, many soft tissues, and the urinary tract.* Scored tablets make it easier to administer the proper dose for your pet.* FDA approved for use in dogs and cats.* Dosing is usually…Description
What is Zeniquin? Zeniquin is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that is indicated for the treatment of susceptible infections. This medication fights infections of the skin, soft tissue, and urinary tract but it is also effective against bacteria in other parts of the body. It is given orally (by mouth) and is available with a prescription written by your veterinarian.
Formulated for: dogs and cats that are adults. Cats and dogs should be full-grown before taking Zeniquin. Large dogs and cats should be over 12 months of age in order to receive this medication safely. Small and medium dogs should be over 8 months of age and giant breed dogs should be over 18 months of age in order to ensure safe administration.
How does this medication work? Zeniquin is an example of a fluoroquinolone antibiotic. These antibiotics work to kill susceptible bacteria by inhibiting DNA replication.
What results can I expect? Signs of your pets infection should begin to dissipate and your pet should start to feel better. It is possible to see some improvement within two to three days but results and the length of time it takes for the infection to resolve will vary in each individual pet. It is important for your pet to finish all of the medication that your veterinarian prescribes even if your pet appears well. If the entire course of treatment is not completed, there is a higher chance that the infection will return or worsen. Consult your veterinarian if you do not notice an improvement in your pets symptoms after completing the prescribed course of this medication.
What Form(s) does Zeniquin come in? Zeniquin is a tablet that is given orally (by mouth). Your veterinarian will prescribe the size that is appropriate for your pet.
Generic Name: Marbofloxacin (Common Drug Name)
Common Brand Name: Zeniquin (Pfizer Animal Health)
Dose and Administration: Give Zeniquin tablets by mouth (orally) as directed by your veterinarian. Zeniquin is generally prescribed for once a day use but your veterinarian will determine the exact dose and dosing frequency that is right for your pet. If you do not understand how to give this medication or if have difficulty administering it, contact your veterinarian for further instructions. Make sure you use all of the medication that is prescribed even if your pet appears well. There is a higher tendency for the infection to recur or worsen if you do not complete the entire course of treatment. Provide plenty of fresh water for your pet to drink while taking this medication. Do not give this medication within two hours of giving dairy products. If you miss a dose, give it as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for the next dose, skip the one you missed and go back to the regular schedule. Do not give two doses at once.
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* Helps treat common bacterial infections that invade the skin and urinary tract.* Liver flavoring makes it highly palatable so most pets accept their medication easily.* Tablets are scored and available in 3 sizes allowing for more accurate dosing.* Tablet form is easier to give than traditional…Description
What is Rilexine? This is a medication that is given orally(by mouth). It is an antibiotic that treats pyoderma (bacterial infection of the skin) and urinary tract infections. Tablets make it more convenient to treat your pets infection than with capsules that contain the same active ingredient.
Formulated for: Rilexine can be given to dogs.
How is this medication given? Dosing will vary depending on your pets condition and his/her body weight so follow your veterinarians directions carefully. You can give Rilexine to your pet with or without food. The average frequency of administration is twice daily for 28 days in total. This is just a guideline and can change based on what is best for your pet so always listen to your veterinarian. Always talk to your veterinarian if you have any questions regarding the use of Rilexine.
How does this medication work? Rilexine inhibits nucleopeptide synthesis of the bacterial wall. This results in the eventual death of susceptible bacteria. Rilexine works to kill infections commonly found in the skin (ex. pyoderma, folliculitis, and cellulitis) and urinary tract.
What results can I expect? Once your pet takes Rilexine, his/her symptoms of infection should resolve since this medication works to kill susceptible bacteria. As with any antibiotic, it is imperative that you give your pet all prescribed medication even if he/she starts to feel better before all of the medication has been finished.
What Form(s) does Rilexine come in? Rilexine is available as a chewable, scored tablet with liver flavoring. It comes in 150 mg, 300 mg, and 600 mg strengths in order to accommodate your pets needs.
Generic Name: Cephalexin.
Common Brand Name: Rilexine Chewable Tablets (Virbac).
Dose and Administration: Rilexine is a prescription medication and should be given exactly as directed by your veterinarian. Give this medication with or without food. The general guideline is to use this medication twice a day for 28 days but your veterinarian will determine the correct dose for your pet. Your pets dose is also based on his/her body weight. If you forget to give it a dose, give it as soon as you remember but never give two doses at once.
Uses: This is an antibiotic so it is effective in fighting infection. Rilexine is generally effective in the treatment of superficial pyoderma (skin infection) caused by susceptible strains of Staphylococcus pseudointermedius. It also works to treat urinary tract infections and other susceptible bacterial infections.
Possible Side Effects: Gastrointestinal upset including diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting are the most common side effects with Rilexine. Rilexine can cause an allergic reaction in some pets. Signs of an allergic reaction include swelling, hives, vomiting, and collapse. If your pet experiences an allergic reaction to this medication, contact your veterinarian or emergency veterinary hospital immediately. There are other side effects that can occur. If your pet seems ill after receiving Rilexine, call your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Drug and Food Interactions: Aminoglycosides, amphotericin B, chloramphenicol, and oral anticoagulants(blood thinners) may interact with Rilexine. Other drugs may also interfere with Rilexine so be sure to tell your veterinarian about any other medications, vitamins, or supplements your pet is taking prior to giving Rilexine.