Veraflox for Dogs & Cats

Veraflox for Dogs & Cats
15mg » Priced per Tablet
120mg » Priced per Tablet

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  • 15mg » Priced per Tablet £1.28
  • 60mg » Priced per Tablet £3.07
  • 120mg » Priced per Tablet £4.61
  • Oral Suspension for Cats » 15ml Bottle £16.73

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Veraflox is one of the most recently developed antibiotics for use in dogs and cats. It is exceptionally effective against the major pathogens most often involved in infections involving the skin, mouth, respiratory system and urinary tract. Veraflox comes in 3 different sizes of tablets and as a liquid suspension.
Veraflox should not normally be used in dogs under 12 months of age (18 months for giant breeds) due to possible effects on the growing joints. It is safe to use in adults.

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Reviews (6)

Summary of Reviews for Veraflox for Dogs & Cats

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
6 out of 6 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (5 reviews)
4 stars (1 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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55 Great
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By on 11 July 2021

Just what we wanted

Customer recommends this product

45 Veraflox is a great medicine for rodents
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By on 30 November 2018

Good for chronical sneeze and sickness

Customer recommends this product

55 Great
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By on 16 October 2017


Customer recommends this product

55 Veraflox for dogs
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By on 2 April 2016

Having used numerous tablets,oils,washes,food etc over 7mths for our westie dog that has several allergies costing us hundreds of pounds our vet gave us a prescription for veraflox which as worked wonders for our dog,would definitely recommend.
The ease of ordering is excellent & delivery is within 2 days.
Very happy customer & dog.

Customer recommends this product

55 Veraflox tablets order
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By on 8 February 2015

much cheaper than at my local vets,and very efficiently delivered every tiime

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Veraflox for Dogs & Cats, including answers from our team.

5 September 2021 at 3:00pm

Veraflox for dogs


Can i use veraflox 60mg for dogs as an antibiotic on my cat

  • VioVet Staff

Veraflox 60mg is licensed for use in dogs and not cats, the 15mg is the licensed capsule size for cats. It is a prescription only medication so It should only be used alongside your vets advice and we will need a written prescription from your vet to dispense it for your pet.

7 May 2014 at 6:24pm

Tablets vs oral suspension

Ioana Bena

  • VioVet customer since 2009
  • From: Hunedoara, Romania

In the leaflet of veraflox oral suspension it is written: "The recommended dose is of 5.0 mg/kg bodyweight of pradofloxacin once daily." Therefore my cat (which is 4.8 kg) should have 1 ml = 25 mg pradofloxacin.

On the other hand, in the leaflet of veraflox tablets it is indicated: "The recommended dose is 3.0 mg/kg bodyweight of pradofloxacin once daily." Therefore my cat should have 1 tablet = 15 mg pradofloxacin.

So there is a huge difference between the two.
What should I do ? Which dose to use ?
My cat has to switch from oral suspension (difficult to administrate) to tablets and I do not know what dose to use.

  • VioVet Staff

The manufacturer's data sheet for the tablets says that a dose of between 3mg/kg and 4.5 mg/kg is recommended. This means that a cat weighing anywhere between 3.4kg and 5kg should receive one whole, 15mg tablet once daily. This is a common weight range for adult cats and so that is why the manufacturer has chosen to make 15mg tablets. (3mg/kg is the minimum dose rate. 4.5mg/kg has been thoroughly tested and found to be equally safe and effective. If you give less than 3mk/kg, treatment might be less effective and resistance might be encouraged. Giving a higher dose rate may well be applicable and vets can prescribe bigger doses sometimes, but only on the basis of an individual risk/benefit analysis. If you stay in the recommended range, this is not as important.)

7 March 2014 at 9:03pm

Any good for gastroenteritis?


Dog off food , history of gastric problems . Any use for it as got much better after having veraflox for a cough?

  • VioVet Staff

Veraflox is a modern antibiotic and is very effective against a wide range of bacteria. Sometimes antibiotics like this will have a marked beneficial effect on gastro-intestinal problems, but it is not considered good practice to use Veraflox in this way. Resistance to the antibiotic will appear more quickly if it is used regularly for this sort of reason. I would recommend a product like Pro-kolin Enterogenic for your dog. This should help to moderate the bacterial population in the gut in a much safer way and can be used long-term if required.

18 February 2014 at 8:18am

Veraflox for urinary infections in cats

Ioana Bena

  • VioVet customer since 2009
  • From: Hunedoara, Romania

Dear Madam, dear Sir,

Is it Veraflox effective in the therapy of an urinary infection in cat, caused by Enterobacter cloacae ssp cloacae?
Antibiogram showed sensitivity to Ciprofloxacin and Norfofloxacin from the Fluoroquinolone family.

Also, the cat has Chronic Kidney Disease. Are there special precautions to be taken with this medication, what are the possible side-effects related to it, should the recommended dosage/duration of treatment be adapted, etc.?

Thank you very much, best regards,
Ioana Bena

  • VioVet Staff

These are all questions for the veterinary surgeon treating the cat. We can supply but not prescribe drugs classed as POM-V, such as Veraflox. I would think that this antibiotic might well be suitable, and it is generally perfectly safe in adult cats. Fluorquinolones are excreted in the urine, so Chronic Kidney Disease may interfere with elimination of the drug, allowing a relative build up in the body. Possibly a lower dose might be sensible, but this should be assessed by the attending vet.

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