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I've been given Synulox to give to my cat

Species: cat | Category: petcare | Submitted: 3 August 2007 09:46AM | viewed 16391 times
Q Kev asks:

Is it OK to give my cat Synulox in his food? It's 50mg tablets to be taken twice daily to start from tomorrow.

Q Our vet says: Often giving tablets in food is the only way to get a cat to take them! Generally speaking it is safe to give these tablets in food, but you should check with your own vet.

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