Doxycycline | Guaifenesin Split Tablet
The traditional treatment for a dog with a cough is starting antibiotics. Ideally, the antibiotic chosen is based on culture results, but often an antibiotic such as doxycycline is chosen, as it takes care of the more common bacterial causes of CIRD.
Guaifenesin is an expectorant used by vets for many reasons, such as:
-a mild anesthetic for minor procedure
-an expectorant or kennel cough medicine that aids in clearing congestion.
Expectorants are a form of mucoactive agent and a trusted kennel cough cure. A mucoactive agent is a class of chemicals that aids in clearing mucus by increasing the water content, therefore loosening gooey gunk, and making it easier to cough up and expel.
Each tablet contains 100mg of Doxycycline & 200mg Guaifenesin.