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Doxycycline 100mg 21's

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100mg Doxycycline

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This is a prescription medicine. Please ensure that you have read the "How to Order" page before ordering this item.

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  • Treatment of bacterial infections caused by organisms sensitive to doxycycline in dogs and cats

  • Doxycycline distributes rapidly and extensively in the body. It enters almost all tissues and body fluids; high concentrations are found in the kidneys

  • The use of tetracyclines in young animals prior to the eruption of adult teeth may lead to permanent yellow discolouration of the teeth.First Aid If poisoning occurs

  • Store below 30°C (room temperature).

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VetRx veterinary prescriptions accepted.

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    Label was wrong

    Written by Brian Hale on 3rd May 2018

    The label attached by The Animal Pharmacy was wrong. On a box of 21 tablets it said two tablets a day but the prescription provided by the vet said 28 tablets to be taken twice a day. The three days difference in treatment meant it was ineffective so we wasted a whole box before the pharmacy's mistake was realised. The pharmacy should supply another box.