Is clavamox safe for pregnant dog?

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CLAVAMOX is the only potentiated penicillin approved for veterinary use in dogs and cats.

CLAVAMOX has been shown to be effective in the treatment of skin and soft tissue infections in dogs and cats, periodontal (tooth-related) infections in dogs and urinary tract (bladder and kidney) infections in cats.

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CLAVAMOX has been shown to be effective in the treatment of skin and soft tissue infections in dogs and cats, periodontal (tooth-related) infections in dogs and urinary tract (bladder and kidney) infections in cats.

CLAVAMOX tablets should be kept in a cool, dry place at room temperature.

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If you suspect your dog has had an overdose of Clavamox, you need to bring it to the nearest emergency veterinary facility immediately.

Some of the symptoms that may indicate Clavamox overdose include unusual hyperactivity, nausea and vomiting, drowsiness, rashes, and changes in the dog's urinary patterns.

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Clavamox was developed specifically for veterinary use in dogs and cats.

It is given orally, by tablet or suspension drops, to fight off bacterial infections and is most commonly used to treat the following: Soft tissue infections (wounds, abscesses, pyoderma, cellulitis, etc.) Periodontal infections.

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Side Effects of Clavamox for Dogs

The most common side effect of Clavmox is stomach upset, including vomiting and diarrhea. As with any medication, some dogs may have an allergic reaction.
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The most common side effect of Clavmox is stomach upset, including vomiting and diarrhea.

As with any medication, some dogs may have an allergic reaction.

Discontinue giving your dog Clavamox and call your vet immediately if you suspect your dog is having an allergic reaction to this medication.

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Clavamox was developed specifically for veterinary use in dogs and cats. It is given orally, by tablet or suspension drops, to fight off bacterial infections and is most commonly used to treat the following: Skin infections. Soft tissue infections (wounds, abscesses, pyoderma, cellulitis, etc.)
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Clavamox was developed specifically for veterinary use in dogs and cats. It is given orally, by tablet or suspension drops, to fight off bacterial infections and is most commonly used to treat the following: Skin infections. Soft tissue infections (wounds, abscesses, pyoderma, cellulitis, etc.)
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