Q. I my 2yr old boy pomer was diagnosed yesterday with a bladder infection. We were given Clavamox 62.5 tabs twice daily for 2 weeks. Is it okay to play?

A. I would try to keep him warm and dry as far as possible and allow him to be your guide as regards the level of exercise he is able for. If he wants to rest then I would not force him bt if he active and energetic then allow him to join in

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