Treat bacterial infections with Amoxi-Drops Oral Suspension
Amoxi-Drops (amoxicillin), 30 mL works in a similar fashion to ampicillin, and both belong to the penicillin class of antibiotics. Skin and soft tissue infections, abscesses, and urinary tract infections (UTIs) in dogs and cats are treated with amoxicillin antibiotics. Please Note: This product needs to be reconstituted with water.
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Add the require amount of water according to the table below and shake vigorously. Each mL of Amoxi-Drops Suspension will contain 50 mg of amoxicillin as the trihydrate.
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Any unused portion of the reconstituted suspension must be discarded after 14 days. After mixing, refrigeration is preferable, but not required.
Amoxi-Drops, 30 mL Customer Reviews
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Customer Reviews: 3
Amoxi-Drops (amoxicillin), 30 mL
Products performed as advertised, arrived in a timely fashion and we have absolutely no complaints. Thank you VetDepot!!!
These drops are easier to use than tablets and work just as well to treat infections. Love these!
I have always found this product to work faster than any other antibiotic. It actually costs a little less than others and you get more for your money. That is so important when you are dealing with a long term illness. I find that my cats also can deal with the taste better than others! The most important is dealing with this company has been the best customer service ever. Thank you to you for that.
- Available in a variety of forms and strength to suit most animals
- An easy-to-use oral suspension for dogs and cats
- Not associated with severe side effects
- Treats a wide variety of bacterial infections
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