Albon and Dyne are commonly used to treat Coccidia in dogs, a disease that can cause nervous system problems or even death (SEE REFERENCE ONE). Sulfadimethoxine 12-and-1/2% solution (Albon) mixed with Dyne High Calorie Supplement can speed up recovery when your dog is sick (SEE REFERENCE ONE). Mixing these products together is easy, and you can quickly add them together to create a solution that will help your ailing dog.
Things You'll Need
- 1 gallon Sulfadimethoxine 12-and-1/2% solution (Albon)
- 1 gallon Dyne High Calorie Supplement
- Small bowl
Add 5 ounces of the Dyne High Calorie Supplement to your bowl. According to Van Alyne Boxer's website, you can also substitute one ounce of the Dyne with one ounce of water or Pedialyte (SEE REFERENCE TWO).
Add four ounces of the Albon. Stir the mixture together.
Treat your dog with one teaspoon of the mixture per ten pounds of your dog's weight, and then 1/2 teaspoon every day up to about ten days, according to the Beagle's Unlimited web page.
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