If you’re searching to find the complete guide on Liquid Clavamox oral drops dosage for puppies and dogs on the web, then you’re at the right site. Because, in the following article, I have provided all-sufficient and authentic information about liquid amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanic acid oral drops dosage for young dogs.

Clavamox Oral Drops Dosage for Puppies

Clavamox Drops DOSAGE for Puppies

Clavamox oral drops contain amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanate potassium powder, which should be mix into pure water (provided by the company). You may follow the steps to prepare 15-milliliter Clavamox oral suspension described on the bottle packing.

A 15ml amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanic acid (antibiotic) oral drops are prepared by adding some drops of pure water up to the mark. So, in a reconstituted suspension, each one milliliter contains 50 milligrams of amoxicillin trihydrate (beta-lactam antibiotic) and 12.5 milligrams of clavulanic acid (clavulanate potassium as a beta-lactamase inhibitor).

Liquid Amoxicillin Trihydrate and Clavulanic acid Dose for Dogs

So, in the following section, I have provided the liquid Clavamox dosage for puppies by their weight (pounds). As said before, each 1ml of reconstituted oral suspension contains the 62.5mg amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanic acid.

Dosage by Weight

Weight of Dogs in LB (pounds)                                     Liquid Clavamox Dosage in ML (milliliter)

5 LB puppy                                                                     0.5ml oral suspension once daily which contains almost 31.25mg of amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanic acid.

10 LB                                                                              01ml oral suspension once daily that contains about 62.5mg of amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanic acid (as clavulanate potassium). A total of 62.5 mg dose daily.

15 LB                                                                              0.75mg (46.875mg) oral suspension in the morning and 0.75ml (46.875mg) suspension at the evening. A total of 93.75mg of amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanic acid is recommended for the treatment of bacterial infections in dogs.

20 LB                                                                              02ml (125mg) oral suspension once daily or one milliliter (62.5mg) in the morning and one milliliter (62.5mg) in the evening.

40 LB                                                                              2ml twice daily or 4ml once a day.

Clavamox is the Food and Drug Administration in the United States of America’s approved Veterinary antibiotic drug to treat anti-bacterial infections of the urinary tract, gums, ear, nose, eyes, skins, and other caused by aerobics, anaerobic, gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria in dogs, foxes, in fact, all kinds of canines and felines (cats family).

Antibiotics do not treat infectious diseasees caused by viruses, molds or parasites in canines or felines.

Clavamox is available in both chewable tablets as well as oral suspension form. Due to its high palatability, this is accepted by more than 80% of dogs. Pets love to eat these pork liver-flavored antibiotic medicine that is broadly effective against dog’s common bacterial diseases. If you wanna know the exact dosage plan of amoxicillin trihydrate and clavulanate potassium for your puppy, feel free to comment below. I would definitely answer your questions related to the topic.

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Doctor Xeeshan

Doctor Xeeshan

I am Doctor Xeeshan, located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. In this blog, I am providing authentic information about dog breeds, diseases, medications, etc.

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Anonymous · December 10, 2022 at 6:34 am

How much clovamox to give to a 7 day old puppy that may have ecoli mmdickhart@hotmail.com

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