Antibiotics Stop infection one of two ways. Either by inhibiting the Spread and growth of bacteria (thereby allowing the bacteria to die off naturally and be destroyed by the body’s immune system) or by actually killing the bacteria by means of bacterial death upon contact with certain concentrations of drugs. Antibiotics that use the first method are called bacteriostatic drugs. The ones that kill bacteria are called bactericidal. It is not important for you to know which antibiotics fall into which class. What is important is this, in both methods of stopping infection some bacteria are hardier and take longer to kill or die. These bacteria will live on if antibiotics are discontinued to soon. These few bacteria that were not destroyed will begin to reproduce and in some cases after having been exposed to one antibiotic will build their own immunity to that antibiotic. This is called building resistance and is why chemists have to Keep coming up with new drugs year after year. The old drugs Stop working after a while.
The product is administered in the drinking water. Prepare the solution with fresh tap water immediately before use. Once opened, use the contents of one sachet immediately. Any unused medicated water which should be discarded after 12 hoursIn order to ensure consumption of the medicated water, animals should not have access to other water supplies whilst being treated.
To ensure a correct dosage, bodyweight should be determined as accurately as possible to avoid underdosing. The uptake of medicated water depends on the clinical condition of the birds. In order to obtain the correct dosage the concentration of amoxicillin has to be adjusted taking into account water intake.
Clavamox is a potentiated penicillin approved for veterinary use in dogs and cats. It combines the broad-spectrum antibiotic activity of amoxicillin with the unique β-lactamase-inhibiting effect of clavulanate potassium for antimicrobial activity. In addition, it provides activity against many Gram-positive and Gram-negative aerobic and anaerobic bacteria.
62.5 mg chewable tablet
125 mg chewable tablet
250 mg chewable tablet
375 mg chewable tablet
Can Relieve Pet Owners From the Stress and Anxiety Around Struggling to Medicate Their Pets
Easy to administer and available in both chewables and drops
Preferred by both veterinarians and pet owners,2,3 chewables help overcome compliance issues
Helps Improve the Health of Your Patients and Practice
Palatable4 chewable helps aid in pets getting the full recommended course of therapy
Stackable, roll-out packaging helps reduce shelf space
Eco-friendly dispensing envelopes are kinder to the environmentHighly Palatable
The same pork-liver–flavored base as Rimadyl® (carprofen) Chewable
83% overall voluntary acceptance in dogs from an empty bowl or owner’s hand4*
Uses/benefits Clavamox For Chickens
Many common bacteria are protected by the ß-lactamase enzyme that binds to and inactivates many penicillins and cephalosporins
Amoxicillin alone is unable to inhibit ß-lactamase
Clavulanic acid (clavulanate potassium) permanently inhibits ß-lactamase
Once the ß-lactamase is neutralized, amoxicillin disrupts cell wall integrity
Proven effective 4-to-1 ratio of amoxicillin trihydrate to clavulanic acid
Four-quadrant activity provides broad-spectrum coverage you can trust
Prices of Clavamox For Chickens
$20.91 – $34.95