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Q. At is the typically dosage of fluconazole for cats with yeast problems---mg tablet and how many days usually taken? What about dogs ?

A. The best and safiest drug for yest infection in cats is itrakonazole. Ketoconazole and flukonazole can cause liver demage. Terbinafine is also safe and effective. Treatment should last at least 3-4 weeks and should be applied under control of professional. Dose also depends from the location of infection, sometimes topical treatment is good enough.

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ZANETA KRASON

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