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Clavaseptin® Palatable Tablets for Dogs 250mg

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Clavaseptin Tablets are for the treatment or adjunctive treatment of periodontal infections in dogs and the treatment of skin infections (including wounds and abscesses) in cats. 

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This is a prescription item and will be sent once a valid prescription has been received and approved by our vet.

What is Clavaseptin? 

Clavaseptin Tablets are for the treatment or adjunctive treatment of periodontal infections in dogs and the treatment of skin infections (including wounds and abscesses) in cats. 

Clavaseptin is available to buy from us as single tablets, or in packs of 100, and is supplied in the following sizes: 

  • 50mg
  • 62.5mg 
  • 250mg
  • 500mg

Clavaseptin Tablets are a prescription medication and will only be sent once a valid prescription is received. Please ensure that you are purchasing the correct size of tablet as stated on your prescription, and the correct number of tablets. We are only able to dispense the amount of medication stated by your vet on your prescription. 

If you would like advice on how to send your pet’s prescription to us, please read our prescriptions information page

How Does Clavaseptin for Dogs Work? 

Clavaseptin 250mg tablets are an antibiotic medication for both cats and dogs and contain a combination of amoxicillin and a beta-lactamase inhibitor (which overcomes bacteria which are penicillin resistant). The active ingredients in Clavaseptin are Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanic acid.

Clavaseptin is predominantly used to treat dental infections in dogs, whereas it is usually used to treat skin infections in cats. 


It is available in
  • Single tablet or 100 pack of tablets


  • Active Ingredients
    Amoxicillin Trihydrate, Clavulanic Acid

How to Store Clavaseptin Tablets 

Clavaseptin tablets must not be stored above 25°C and should be kept in the original packaging. Any halved tablets should be returned to the opened strip-pack and used within 16 hours. Keep tablets out of sight and reach of children and do not use them if it has passed the expiry date listed on the product. 

Safety Information 

Do not use Clavaseptin if your pet has any hypersensitivies to penicillins or other substances of the β-lactam group or any of the excipients. Clavaseptin is intended for use in either dogs or cats, and should never be used on any other animals, such as gerbils, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, chinchillas, horses and ruminating animals. Please seek veterinary advice before using clavaseptin in pregnant or lactating animals or those with impaired liver or kidney function.  

Administration Instructions:

Clavaseptin tablets for dogs and cats are antibiotic tablets that should be administered orally to your pet. This can be done with or without food. These tablets are flavoured and palatable to pets, making for easy administration. 

Your pet should be given their dosage of Clavaseptin Tablets twice daily for 7 days, or as advised by your vet. If there is no improvement after these 7 days, then contact your vet for a review. 

Do not handle clavaseptin tablets if you are hypersensitive to penicillins or cephalosporins. Follow operator warnings on the product information sheet including washing your hands after use. 


Q - What are the side effects of Clavaseptin in dogs?

A - In rare cases, vomiting or diarrhoea may be observed in a pet being treated with Clavaseptin tablets. The severity of this can vary and it is down to your vet’s discretion as to whether treatment should be ceased.

In very rare cases, pets may have an allergic reaction to the Clavaseptin tablets which can show themselves as skin reactions or anaphylaxis. In this case, the use of Clavaseptin should be stopped and you should seek further advice from your vet. 

Q - How long does it take for Clavaseptin to work in dogs?

A - Clavaseptin starts working very quickly and you should begin to see results in your pet’s condition within 12-24 hours after starting treatment. Remember, your pet still needs the full course of treatment, even if their condition seems to be improving. By stopping treatment early, you run the risk of reinfection or the bacteria building up resistance to antibiotics.

Q - Do you need a prescription for Clavaseptin? 

A - Yes. Clavaseptin is a prescription-only medication for use in treating infections in cats and dogs. Always be wary of anywhere offering to sell prescription medication without a prescription and only buy from an accredited veterinary retailer. 

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Follow these simple steps

  1. Get a prescription from your vet
  2. Place your order with us
  3. Add a prescription and tell us about your pet
  4. Our vets will double-check your order & once approved, your order will be dispatched within 2 working days.
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