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Q. What kind of antibiotic treats rhinitis in dog? what is the cost?

A. If the rhinitis is caused bus bacterial infection then it is treated with either

1)Doxycylcline - $25-$50 depending on your clinic prices

Or

2) Azithromycin ($25-$50$+ Piroxicam ( price greatly varies and this typically is not found in-house and requires special ordering)

Also it is recommended to avoid the allergen that caused the rhinitis

Answered By
DESTINI R. HOLLOWAY, DVM

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