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Baytril Oral Suspension 2.5%

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SRP £63.00
£22.50
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Baytril is for use in dogs and cats to treat bacterial infections of the alimentary, respiratory and urogenital tracts, skin and secondary wound infections.
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Baytril Oral Suspension 2.5% Baytril Oral Suspension 2.5% is for the treatment of bacterial infections of the respiratory and alimentary tracts. It is available in 100ml bottles of solution. This is a prescription item and will be sent once a valid prescription is received.

Sizes

It is available in
  • 100ml

Ingredients

  • Active Ingredients
    Enrofloxacin
Instructions

Administer via the milk, milk replacer, electrolyte solution or water.

Calves:

Administer via the milk, milk replacer, electrolyte solution or water. The dose rate is 2.5 mg enrofloxacin per kg bodyweight (5 ml per 50 kg) daily for 3 days. This rate may be doubled to 5 mg per kg (10 ml per 50 kg) for 5 days for salmonellosis and complicated respiratory disease.

Medicated fluids should be made up immediately prior to provision on a daily basis.

Exotic Animals:

The dose rates given below are for guidance only. Veterinary surgeons are advised to contact the company prior to use to discuss the particulars of each individual case.

Small Mammals : 5 mg enrofloxacin per kg bodyweight (0.2 ml per kg bodyweight) orally diluted in water, twice daily for 7 days.

Reptiles: 5 mg enrofloxacin per kg bodyweight (0.2 ml per kg bodyweight) orally diluted in water, at 24-48 hour intervals for 6 days.

Birds (excluding chickens and turkeys):

10 mg enrofloxacin per kg bodyweight (0.4 ml per kg bodyweight) orally diluted in water, twice daily 7 days.

For direct administration by gavage, dilutions of 1 part product to 4 parts water are recommended. If the product is to be given via the drinking water, concentrations of between 50 and 200 ppm should be considered as suitable working dilutions; concentrations in excess of 250 ppm should be avoided as precipitation may occur. The dilution should be made on a daily basis immediately prior to provision, preferably in a glass container. The use of a 0.5 ml (100 unit) insulin syringe should be considered for the withdrawal of very small volumes of the product and to facilitate dilution prior to administration.

Medicated fluids should be made up immediately prior to provision on a daily basis.

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