RONAXAN 250mg 10pils For Large DOGS Infections

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Type a description for this product here... Name of veterinary medicinal productRonaxan 250 mg tablets for dogs.Doxycycline.Declaration of the active substance and other ingredientsEach tablet contains:Doxycycline (doxycycline hiclat) 250 mgExcipient Q.S. 500 mgIndicationsTreatment of acute and subacute infections caused by microorganisms susceptible to doxycycline:-Respiratory conditions (rhinitis, tonsilite, Bronchopneumonias, respiratory diseases in feline)-Skin infections (suppurative dermatitis and abscesses)-Urinary tract infections (cycytes and prostatitis)-Infection of the reproductive apparatus (metrite)Prolonged treatment is usually effective and in the chronic forms of the above diseases.ContraindicationsDo not use in case of hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients.Adverse reactionsAdverse reactions such as vomiting, oesophagitis and diarrhoea have been reported in tetracycline therapy. The product should not be given to animals withDysphagia or other diseases accompanied by vomiting.Target speciesDogs.posology for each species, route of administration and way of administrationDosage: 10 mg of doxycycline per kg bodyweight daily, single daily dose, together with food, for 3 to 5 days for diseasesAcute and subacute and for 10 days for chronic conditions.Route of administration: oralFor cats and small dogs:1 Tablet of Ronaxan 20 mg per 2 kg bodyweight daily.For large dogs:1 Tablet of Ronaxan 100 mg per 10 kg bodyweight daily1 Tablet of Ronaxan 250 mg per 25 kg bodyweight daily.Recommendations on proper administrationAdminister preferably with food.Waiting timeIt doesn't apply.Special precautions for storageKeep out of the reach of children.Do not store at a temperature exceeding 25 °c. Protect from light. Store in dry place.Do not use after the expiry date marked on the label.Special warningFor veterinary use only.Special precautions for disposal of unused product or waste, as appropriateAny unused veterinary medicinal product or waste derived from the use of such products should be disposed of in accordance withLocal requirements.