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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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Question cephalaxin questions

WOuld this antibiotic make a dogs ears perfect like so clean that you cant even see ANY wax at all?

ALso would it make a dogs stools nice ?

WOuld it help with lymes? just trying to figure something out.

I know doxy does not help with ears or anything does it?

Today i noticed that my dog does not even need random drops her ears are cleaner than any animal i have ever seen more than any cat or dog. I wonder if it is the anti biotics she was on?
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Cephalexin should not make a dog's ears so clean that there is no wax. You may just be lucky so far. How long was she on the Cephalexin?

Cephalexin can make a dog's stool loose due to the lack of healthy flora in the gut. It just depends upon the individual dog and their tolerance for this antibiotic.

Doxycycline is the usual drug of choice for Lyme disease.


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