What Is The Usual Dosage Of Omnicef For Cats?


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James Parnell Profile
James Parnell answered
Omnicef for cats

Omnicef is an antibiotic designed for human consumption, and therefore should not be given to a cat or any other domestic animal. This is especially true when you are unsure about the dosage.

Over-doses can happen relatively easily, and this will cause your cat a lot of pain and could even prove to be fatal. Do not give this medication to your cat.

If your pet is feeling unwell, you should take it to the nearest veterinary practice, where a qualified professional can administer the medication that is necessary.

He or she will also be able to perform a more detailed and thorough inspection of your cat than you can at home.

  • Omnicef is a form of antibiotic, which is produced to fight a multitude of infections in the human body.
  • Antibiotics fight bacterial infections, and are only prescribed if another form of medication cannot deal with the problem.
  • Antibiotics can be very dangerous when administered in high dosages, or by someone who doesn't know what they're doing.
Meta Forrest Profile
Meta Forrest answered
It would depend on the cat's weight and age. A quick phone call to a vet will give you the correct answer.
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KR- myopinions answered
There isn't a usual dosage by species. Correct dosages are calculated using several factors by individual animal and situation.

If you are questioning the prescribed dosage, just speak to your vet about it.

Just give them a call and speak to them about whatever your concerns are, and they can explain or make changes if needed.

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