What is the doxycycline dosage for canine kennel cough?

Answer

The usual dosage of doxycycline is 2 mg per pound of dog, according to Dose My Pet. Clavamox is also often prescribed to dogs suffering from kennel cough.

Kennel cough is often accompanied by a dry, hacking cough, retching, and at times, vomiting. It is caused by bacterial and viruses and is extremely contagious. If left untreated, the virus can quickly spread to the eyes and nasal cavity and will cause the pet to run a fever, become lethargic, and, in the worst cases, lead to life-threatening pneumonia.

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