Baytril, which is a common pet antibiotic, is made of enrofloxacin, sulfur, sulfadiazine, alcohol, neutral oil and an emulsifying agent. Contact a veterinarian to treat pets with this common antibiotic using advice from a pet specialist in this free video on animal care.
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What is Baytril made of? Well Baytril is the common name to a antibiotic made by Bayer that contains a bacterial antibiotic called enrofloxacin. This is the main active ingredient in Baytril that does all the hard work really. It also contains sulfur, sulfadiazine and it's also going to contain a alcohol as a preservative, there's a alcohol that's a stabilizer in it and then there's also a neutral oil and an emulsifying agent. So really the majority of that is probably not going to mean all that much to you unless of course the animal using it on has perhaps an allergy to say silver sulfa dioxide, not sure if those allergies exist or not, I'm not a veterinarian, but those are the components that make up the Baytril, which is of course a wonderful antibiotic that is used very widely for a wide array of problems and is extremely helpful in the veterinary field.