Q. Dosage of pill mutual 105 and pedialyte for 6 mointh puppy with parvo

A. These two medications are not veterinary products so they should not be used at all unless specifically prescribed by you veterinarian following a consultation.

-Doxycycline (active ingredient of Mutual 105) dosage is normally 10mg/kg orally every 24 hours. Mutual 105 is not a Veterinary medication.

-Unflavoured Pedialyte can be used to rebalance electrolytes and fluid losses but there is not specific dosage (could be anything from anything in between 5 to 15 mlx per pound of body weight). Overdosage can be dangerous, especially in puppies.

if you Dog is affected by Parvovirus I would strongly recommend to take him/her to you Veterinarian as soon as possible. You Vet will be able to diagnose and treat with supportive treatment most appropriately. Parvovirus infection is a dangerous and life threatening condition.

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