- Used for skin, bone, and dental infections; also useful for toxoplasmosis and neosporosis infections.
- Do not give to horses, rabbits, mice, rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, cattle, sheep, goats, or deer, as it may cause fatal
- May give with or without food, but do not “dry pill” as it may cause throat burns. Give a small amount of food or water (about a teaspoonful) while medicating. If your pet vomits or acts sick after receiving the drug on an empty stomach, try giving the next dose with food or a small treat. If vomiting continues, contact your veterinarian.
Bitter taste; may require disguising in food to get animal to take it.*
*Plumb DC. Clindamycin. Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs https://app.plumbs.com/drug-monograph/wzgsE03T5nPROD?source=search&searchQuery=antirobe Updated July 2019. Accessed January 26, 2022.