ANTIROBE is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections in the skin, oral cavity, bones and respiratory tract.
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Antirobe by Pfizer
Antirobe Aqua Drops by Zoetis
ANTIROBE is a narrow-spectrum antibiotic used to fight bacterial infections in dogs and cats. It is effective against strains of bacteria found in...
- Skin infections
- Wound infections
- Bone infections
- Gum disease
Antirobe Capsules are for use in DOGS ONLY.
Antirobe Aquadrops are for use in DOGS AND CATS.
Antirobe is a favorite drug of veterinarians because it raises the white blood cell count, helping to prevent the spread of bacteria.
- This is especially useful when treating infections in the mouth, because Antirobe helps to keep infections contained.
Antirobe acts on bacteria by inhibiting the production of proteins, thus stopping the growth of susceptible strains of bacteria.
Antirobe is available by prescription only.
Antirobe is similar to the drug Lincocin (lincomycin).
Antirobe is not effective against infections caused by parasites, mites, viruses or fungi.
Capsules of Antirobe are available in three different sizes...
- 25 mg
- 75 mg
- 150 mg
Antirobe should not be used in animals that are sensitive to Antirobe or lincomycin
Antirobe should not be taken if...
- Your pet is also taking lincomycin
- Your pet is nursing
Consult your veterinarian before using Antirobe if your animal is pregnant
Antirobe can interact with other drugs, so make sure you tell your veterinarian if your pet is taking any other medications.
Tell your veterinarian if your pet suffers from...
- Kidney disease
- Liver disease
- Skin allergies
Details About Antirobe
"ANTIROBE is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections in the skin, oral cavity, bones and respiratory tract."
Antirobe Is Used To Treat These Symptoms
Possible Side Effects When Using Antirobe
If any of these side effects occur, keep giving Antirobe, but contact your veterinarian immediately.
Allergic Reactions and Serious Side Effects
Allergic reactions and serious side effects are rare, but in the case of an allergic reaction or a serious side effect you should stop Antirobe treatment and seek veterinary attention immediately. Some common allergic reactions and serious side effects are...
- Breathing difficulty
- Facial swelling
- Facial lesions
- Loss of appetite
- Dark colored urine
Our Information Is Not Intended To Replace The Advice Of Your Veterinarian
"Do not use our product information for diagnostic purposes. Always take your pet to your veterinarian to obtain a diagnosis and course of treatment. Only your veterinarian is qualified to assess all possible side effects, interactions, precautions, warnings and possible allergic reactions relating to the use of this product or drug with your pet."
Always use Antirobe as directed by your veterinarian.
Follow the instructions printed on the prescription label.
Store Antirobe at room temperature
Be sure administer Antirobe until the prescription is complete to ensure a full recovery, even if your pet seems to be improving, unless instructed otherwise by your veterinaria.
Do not give Antirobe in larger or smaller doses than were prescribed by your veterinarian.
Allow your pet access to plenty of water while giving Antirobe.
Antirobe dosage depends on the severity of the infection.
Blood tests for liver and kidney functions may need to be administered periodically if your pet is using Antirobe.
Typical Dosage for Dogs
- 5 mg / pound of body weight
- Given by mouth twice daily
Typical Dosage for Cats
- 2.5 mg / pound of body weight
- Given by mouth twice daily
In the case of a missed dose, give Antirobe as soon as you remember or wait until it is time to give the next dose. DO NOT GIVE A DOUBLE DOSE OF ANTIROBE.
In the case of an overdose of ANTIROBE, seek attention from your veterinarian immediately.
Symptoms of an overdose may include...
- Loss of appetite
From Our Vets
Antirobe (Clindamycin) has really been used a lot by veterinarians. It has been extremely effective for treating abscesses, dental infections, and some bone infections. We have also used Antirobe to treat certain protozoal diseases. In my experience, this drug is well tolerated and does not appear to have very many adverse effects. I have had a few dogs and cats get diarrhea while on Antirobe, but it is quite rare. Often times, if your veterinarian cleans your pet's teeth, he or she may choose to treat post-dental with Antirobe. This drug comes in liquid, capsule, and tablet form. We're really fortunate to have access to this antibiotic in veterinary medicine.