If you scrape the pill through butter, thus coating it with a bit of butter,
this helps ensure it doesn’t get stuck. I have never had an issue with the
pills, with or without the butter trick, but I have heard that this has
happened, and so, vets are a bit more cautious in this regard.
We usually givery Doxycycline liquid at the shelter. If given in pill form
water has to be forced down throat as well because of issues with damage to
I have never heard of doxy as a chewy treat. That is great. My default is
On Sun, May 13, 2018, 2:22 PM ROBERT
Thanks Bob and everyone else.
"The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated."
> On May 13, 2018, at 2:21 PM, ROBERT CHAPEL wrote:
> My recollection re: the stand against Doxy Tabs is that they are often large
My recollection re: the stand against Doxy Tabs is that they are often
large and hard to get all the way down the cats throat without getting
stuck I DO apologize that it's been so long since I was giving my
cats Doxy in pill form successfully( had found a coated small pill)
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