ALBON tablets and your Dog and Cat:
ALBON tablets (Sulfadimethoxine) are recommended for bacterial infections caused by streptococci, klebsiella, proteus, shigella, staphylococci, escherichia, and salmonella. commonly encountered in dogs and cats. ALBON tablets are also recommended to treat coccidiosis in dogs.
To be Used in:
Dogs and Cats
Advantage of ALBON tablets:
ALBON tablet is a low-dosage, rapidly absorbed, long-acting antibiotic.
ALBON tablet is easy to administrate to your dog or cat.
ALBON tablet is effective for the treatment of a wide range of bacterial infections.
How ALBON tablet works:
ALBON tablet competitively stops the bacteria infestation and increase levels of concentrations of leukocytes in the diseased tissues.
Please consult your veterinarian or pharmacist before your dog or cat takes any other Prescription, Over-the-counter, vitamins or Herbal Medications.
ALBON tablet Label:
What is ALBON tablet:
ALBON is a low-dosage, rapidly absorbed, long-acting sulfonamide recommended for most commonly bacterial infections in dogs and cats. ALBON is a prescription medication.
What I need to know about ALBON:
Albon tablets are available in 125mg, 250mg and 500mg. ALBON is a safe antibiotic. During treatment, make sure that your dog or cat maintain sufficient water intake. ALBON is not effective in viral infections,
What I need to tell and ask my veterinarian if ALBON is prescribe to my dog or cat:
Before your veterinarian prescribe ALBON to your dog or cat, comment about any allergies your dog or cat may have to sulfadimethoxine or any sulfonamide.
Indications for this drug:
Follow strictly the indications as your veterinarian gives on your ALBON prescription. ALBON is indicated for the treatment of respiratory, genital, urinary tract, enteric, and most of soft tissue bacterial infections in dogs and cats. The recommended dosage of ALBON is 25mg/lb (55 mg/kg) based on your dog or cat body weight just the first day, After the first daily, administer 12.5 mg per pound of your dog or cat body weight for the time of the treatment.
What I should do if 1 dose is skipped:
Continue with the following dose, do not give two doses at once.
What I should do if my pet suffer an overdose:
Call or Visit your nearest veterinary emergency center immediately.
During the treatment:
Call your veterinarian about any other medication you may want to give to your dog or cat. Store ALBON at room temperature, between 59Â°-86Â° F (15Â°-30Â° C).
Side Effects of ALBON:
If during the treatment you have additional questions or concerns about your dog or cat and ALBON please contact your veterinarian or pharmacist and they will assist you with the accurate answer.