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Albon (sulfadimethoxine) Suspension is a form of antibiotic prescribed to pets to treat bacterial infections affecting canines and felines. The uniquely formulated medication is also used to treat coccidial infections. Coccidial infections are single-celled, spore-forming, microscopic, parasite that infects the intestinal tract.

 
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Hialeah Gardens, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/14/2014 -- Albon (sulfadimethoxine) Suspension is a form of antibiotic prescribed to pets to treat bacterial infections affecting canines and felines. The uniquely formulated medication is also used to treat coccidial infections. Coccidial infections are single-celled, spore-forming, microscopic, parasite that infects the intestinal tract.

Ailment Associated with Product
Albon is prescribed for the treatment of respiratory, enteric, genitourinary tract, and soft tissue infections in dogs and cats. Some of the most common cases of these infections include; tonsillitis, bronchitis, pharyngitis, pneumonia, nephritis, metritis, cystitis, pyometra, pustular dermatitis, abscesses, anal gland infections, wound infections, bacterial enteritis, and canine salmonellosis. Additional infections specifically associated with coccidiosis in dogs imcludes bacterial enteritis, caused by streptococci, klebsiella, escherichia, staphylococci, salmonella, proteus or shigella organisms sensitive to sulfadimethoxine.

Coccidiosis refers to a parasitical infection of the parasite coccidium. The parasite infects the intestines which displays symptoms of a green colored watery stool. Left untreated, the parasitic infection will cause a breakdown of the tissues surrounding the walls of the intestine. Causes of the parasitic infection include environmental contamination, changes in the weather, travel, stress, and moving.

Product to cure ailment
Albon is a low-dosage, long-acting sulfonamide, and rapidly absorbed treatment for bacterial infections encountered by felines and canines. Sulfadimethoxine is and odorless, tasteless, white compound used in the treatment of sulfadimethoxine-sensitive bacterial infections of cats and dogs. Albon also is used to treat enteritits caused by the infectious bacteria coccidiosis in dogs.

Albon is a sulfonamide antibacterial medication which destroys the formation of DNA and cell wall formation. Bacteria spread throughout the body by replicating their own DNA to make more bacterial cells. Albon destroys this cell wall, preventing reproduction of new bacterial cells. Albon’s fast acting regiment allows active relief of diarrhea and tissue destroying symptoms. After just two days of treatment, your pet’s symptoms will greatly decrease as they head toward a full recovery.

Commonly affected breed, Breed description, & other aliments to affect this breed
Bacterial infections affecting the soft tissues of mammals can affect any breed of canine or feline. Bacterial infections associated with Coccidiosis occur more commonly in pets that travel often. Pets which travel often experience high levels of stress, exposure to other animals, and environmental changes. These changes allow a weakened immune defense and first hand exposure to the bacteria. Felines and canines which engage in activities of sports, shows, and dressage are at higher risk to be affected by the condition.

Bacterial infections of the skin are most commonly seen in dog breeds such as the bulldog, boxer, and English bulldog. These breeds of dogs are known for their wrinkled skin. Respiratory infections are non-breed specific but are more common in kenneled dogs or those housed in shelters. Urinary infections are commonly seen in Dalmatians, a dog breed identified by its black spotted coat. Urinary infections can be found in a variety of other dogs as well.

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