It is a broad spectrum antibiotic in the cephalosporin class.
This product is used for a variety of bacterial infections.
Do not use, except under the advice of a veterinarian, if your pet is allergic to a beta-lactam antibiotic, has kidney disease, or is younger than 4 months old.
This medication is well tolerated in small animals. The adverse effects are therefore rarely present.
The drug can still cause some toxicity to the liver and kidneys. Your pet may also have decreased appetite, vomiting, decreased activity, depression, or anaphylaxis, which is a serious allergic reaction.
Convenia® can also cause anemia, a decreased immune system efficiency, a blood platelet problem or a clotting problem.
If your pet has serious, worsening or persistent adverse effects, contact your veterinarian immediately.
It is important to monitor if your pet's condition is improving and if there are any side effects.
Do not use Convenia®, except under the advice of a veterinarian, if your pet is taking an anticonvulsant, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, carprofen, doxycycline, furosemide, ketoconazole, a drug for behavior or propofol.
Store in the refrigerator after mixing the powder with water. Throw away the unused portion of liquid 28 days later.
This medication can stay in your pet's body as long as 2 weeks after its administration.