Amproxil 50g coccidiostat/antibiotic composed of:
Amprolium – 200gm
Oxytetracyline – 100gm
Vitamin K – 20gm
Prevention and treatment of Coccidiosts, Gram + 8 – bacteria such as E. Coli, Streptoccoci pasteurella in poultry, Sheep, lamb, Calve & Piglets.
PREVENTION – 50Ggms/100 litres of Drinking Waterfor 3 – 5 Days
100gms/150 ltrs of drinking water for 3 – 5 days Calves Lambs & Piglet – 0.75gm / 1gm/ 10kg
Meat 3 days
Eggs 3 days
For veterinary use only
Bacteria invades your pet’s body in any number of ways: through open wounds, in something your pet eats, or just by cohabiting in the same environment as your pet. They come in different shapes and sizes, and it is those physical characteristics that help your veterinarian determine which bacteria are infecting your animal. Responsible for gastroenteritis, pneumonia, skin infections, urinary tract problems, and a host of other diseases, these tiny, one-celled organisms can multiply unchecked in your pet’s body without the intervention of antibiotics.
How do antibacterials work?
Bacterial antibiotics work to destroy the offending cells while leaving your pet’s healthy cells intact. Depending on the medication, an antibiotic might inhibit the bacterium’s ability to construct cell walls, thus destroying its ability to reproduce. An antibiotic can also starve the bacterium by stopping its ability to transform glucose into energy, a major function of all living cells.
Common antibiotic medications for pets include:
- Enrofloxacin (Baytril) – respiratory, skin, and urinary tract infections
- Amoxicillin/Clavulanic acid (Clavamox) – wounds, respiratory infections, skin infections
- Metronidazole (Flagyl) – gastrointestinal upsets, periodontal disease
- Clindamycin (Antirobe) – bacterial, soft tissue, bone, and dental infections