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Q. Enacard, dose for 19 pound dog

A. I am sorry , we are , by law, not allowed to give you a dosage for this medication. However the veterinarian who prescribed this medication for your dog, will gladly give you the dosage, should you call him. A general dosage can also be found wehn seaching on a search engine, however dosages are usually ranges to be adjusted by the individual's condition.

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DR. ANDREA M. BRODIE, DVM

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