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Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin: Oral Oil Suspension

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Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin - Oral Oil Suspension - Dogs, Cats and Rodents
Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin may be prescribed for
  • Infection-Bacterial
The dosage form available for Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin is Oral Oil Suspension. Wedgewood Pharmacy’s oral suspensions and solutions are a familiar and convenient dosage form. Oral suspensions and solutions can be administered directly into the mouth using a dosing syringe or mixed with a small amount of food. They offer a wide range of flavoring options, and flexible dosing adjustments.

3 strength combinations of Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin Oral Oil Suspension are available.
  • Doxycycline (as Hyclate) from 25 mg/ml to 36 mg/ml
  • Enrofloxacin from 10 mg/ml to 50 mg/ml
Other Dosage Forms Available:
Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin is also available in this dosage form. Different strengths may be available for different dosage forms. Available Flavors:
Anchovy; Apple; Apple/Molasses; Bacon; Bacon/Cheddar Cheese; Bacon/Marshmallow; Banana; Banana/Marshmallow; Beef; Beef/Cheddar Cheese; Beef/Chicken; Beef/Liver; Beef/Marshmallow; Cheddar Cheese/Marshmallow; Chicken & Liver; Chicken-Marshmallow; Double Bacon; Double Beef; Double Chicken; Double Fish; Double Liver; Double Marshmallow; Duck; Duck/Marshmallow; Fish/Marshmallow; Half Bacon; Half Chicken; Orange; Peppermint; Strawberry; Strawberry/Marshmallow; Triple Chicken; Triple-Fish; Tutti Fruitti and Tutti Fruitti-Marshmallow.


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Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin Oral Oil Suspension
Prescribed For: Dogs, Cats and Rodents
May be Prescribed For: Infection-Bacterial
Doxycycline/Enrofloxacin Oral Oil Suspension
Prescribed For: Dogs, Cats and Rodents
May be Prescribed For: Infection-Bacterial
If you have any questions concerning these medications, please consult with your doctor.

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