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Clinacin Tablets

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  • 25mg » Priced per Tablet £0.59
  • 75mg » Priced per Tablet £0.79
  • 150mg » Priced per Tablet £1.30
  • 300mg » Priced per Tablet £1.99

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Description

Clinacin tablets contain the well proven veterinary antibiotic clindamycin. This antibiotic is used by many vets to treat infected wounds, abscesses, infections over the surface of the skin, and infections in the mouth and affecting the teeth. It is often used prophylactically prior to dental or oral surgery to provide antibiotic cover where this is thought to be needed. Clindamycin penetrates into bone effectively, so it is also used for some cases of osteomyelitis. The tablets are given either once or twice daily, according to the type of infection being treated.

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7 February 2017 at 9:51am

Crushing?

Stacey

Can you crush these tablets and put in food?

  • VioVet Staff

It would be better to just split them in half if your pet will eat them so that you do not waste any of the antibiotic or lose any efficacy but you can crush them and put them into the food if there is no other option- it is better to do this than nothing at all. However there is a liquid form of this antibiotic called Zodon which you could ask your vet about.