Used for treating microbial infections affecting prostate, skin, urinary tract, liver and respiratory system, Baytril is an antibiotic used to treat cats and dogs. Baytril needs a prescription from the vet and should not be used without consulting a veterinarian, as it could directly affect your pets. Here are some of the significant benefits of this antibiotic:
- It is available in chewable form and multiple flavors what helps your dog to eat it without any difficulty.
- Baytril is a perfect pick to treat bacterial infections in the urinary and GI tracts along with the ones affecting respiratory system.
- It is effective to interact with bacterial DNA and remove it right at the root.
Baytrill works very simply and effectively as it roots out bacteria as a fluoroquinolone antibiotic. A special agent, fluoroquinolone interacts with bacterial DNA and disturbs their metabolism effectively to stop their growth. Ultimately, it results in their quick death and as a result the animals get cured in only a few days. How fast your dog is going to recover that depends on the severity of the infection. A minor infection is cured within a day or two while major infections will take a few days to cure. Irrespective of the recovery rate, you are advised to complete the prescribed medicines recommended by the vet as the discontinuing of the antibiotics abruptly is not a good idea.
Baytrill should not be given to the pregnant dogs and cats or those that are lactating. You should also avoid it in case you have given antacid, vitamins or dairy items to your pets. It can cause adverse reaction in pets and result in serious medical problems. Remember Baytril for Dog is no different from the one to be given to the cats.