Jun 28, 2008 · Two days in a row this week, about 5 days ago, my 1 1/2 year old Lab threw up yellow foamy liquid in the morning before having his breastfast meal. He seemed to wake up heaving & couldn't make it off the bed in time. He's a bit tired looking during the day - although normal since it's summer & humid these days - has plenty of energy in the late afternoon/ evening when I let him out after the ...
It is extremely important to administer the medication exactly as prescribed by the veterinarian. Missing doses can result in the bacterial infection developing a resistance to the antibiotic, so the prescription needs to be followed as thoroughly as possible. About the Author. Dr. Evan Ware is a veterinary practitioner in Phoenix, Arizona.
If you have to take antibiotics, take them the right way to ensure that the bacteria you're fighting is truly wiped out. If you stop before that is taken care of, chances are you'll After your course of antibiotics is finished, there are five specific ways that you can help to restore normal balance to your microbiome.
May 07, 2009 · Depends. The antibiotic may have already passed through your stomach after 20 minutes, especially if there is no food in your stomach. Look for pieces of the capsule in your puke, if it is a capsule?. If you see it, then I'd take another. If not, then I'd wait at least couple hours before taking another one.