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Antirobe (clindamycin) is used in the treatment of soft tissue infections, dental infections and bone infections caused by susceptible strains of bacteria.
The drug should not be given to animals that are prone to hypersensitivity caused by lincomycin, and in dogs and cats with kidney or liver troubles. Care must be taken while providing the medication to breeding animals. While on medication, there is a possibility for certain animals to develop kidney or liver dysfunctions; conducting periodic tests is important to check for abnormalities. Strictly follow the instructions of the veterinarian in case the medication has to be continued for a prolonged period. Antirobe Aquadrops is an antibiotic and it can produce side effects that any other antibiotic would, like loss of appetite, vomiting, anorexia, diarrhea etc.
Generic Alternative is Clindamycin.
Side Effects & Warnings
The side effects of clindamycin may include vomiting and diarrhea.
This medication should not be used in animals allergic to it or lincomycin. Use with caution when given with neuromuscular blocking agents (usually administered pre-op). Do not use in animals with kidney or liver disease. Clindamycin may be given with or without food. Nursing puppies or kittens may develop diarrhea since the medication passes in the milk. Periodic liver and kidney tests should be performed if the pet is on this medication for more than one month.
Use As Directed By Veterinarian.
Though the medicine is approved for use in dogs alone, the same is widely being used on cats as well by veterinarians. However, the usual prescribed dosage for dogs is 2.5-5mg/pound once every 12 hours, and for cats, a slightly higher proportion is administered; 5-10mg/pounds once daily. The medication could be given with or without food, or as prescribed by the veterinarian.
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