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Q. My dogs bit each other good. I have some 20mg prednisone, some primor 1200, & some 15mg meloxicam...what can I give them for wounds?

A. You can give meloxicam in dose 0,2 mg per kilo in the first day then 0,1 mg per kilo. Give the pill with or after the meal. You should give it in an emergency cases because it can give several side effects. I recommend you to see a vet to check and clean the wounds. maybe antibiotic or other meds are also necessary.

Answered By
ZANETA KRASON

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