Zeniquin Tablets

Zeniquin Tablets
25 mg, Single - tablets (for cats and dogs)
25 mg - 100 tablets (for cats/dogs) Free Shipping
50 mg, Single - tablets (for dogs)
50 mg - 100 tablets (for dogs) Free Shipping
100 mg, Sinlge - tablets (for dogs)
100 mg - 50 tablets (for dogs) Free Shipping
200 mg, Single - tablets (for dogs)
200 mg - 50 tablets (for dogs) Free Shipping
SKU : 295825-EA RX
Price: $1.85
  • Veterinarian Prescription (Rx) Required
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  • Antibacterial (marbofloxacin) tablets
RX required for this item.
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ZENIQUIN is a once - daily broad spectrum oral fluroquinolone antibacterial for cats and dogs. When it comes to the one fluoroquinolone that provides safety, convenience and cost- effectiveness, nothing is better than ZENIQUIN for the first-time treatment success of severe and mixed infections.

Product Highlights

  • Effective for treating skin and soft-tissue infections in dogs and cats
  • Effective in the treatment of urinary tract infections in dogs

 Superior pharmacokinetic profile

  • ZENIQUIN has a superior a pharmacokinetic profile for veterinary fluoroquinolones based upon label-to-label comparisons.1-4
  • Class leading half-life and AUC levels when given at lowest labeled dose in dogs
  • Reaches peak concentration quickly
  • Excellent tissue concentration
Proven safe in cats and dogs
  • ZENIQUIN is proven to be well tolerated with a wide margin of safety in dogs and cats
  • Unlike Baytril®,ZENIQUIN has not demonstrated inducible, dose-related ocular toxicity in cats*
    • All approved veterinary fluroquinolones for cats state “The use of fluoroquinolones in cats has been reported to adversely affect the retina. Such products should be used with caution in cats.”
    • In safety studies where ZENIQUIN was dosed at 2, 6, and 10 times the daily 1.25 mg/lb dose for 42 days and 20 times the 1.25 mg/lb dose for 14 days there was no evidence of ocular toxicity
Convenient dosing
  • Once-daily dosing improves compliance
  • Small, scored, film-coated tablets come in 4 sizes
  • Treat animals up to 160 pounds with a single tablet
Important Safety Information
  • As with all fluoroquinolones, ZENIQUIN is not recommended for use in immature cats or dogs during the rapid growth phase, or in cats or dogs known to be hypersensitive to fluoroquinolones. The most common adverse reactions observed during clinical studies were decreased activity, loss of appetite, vomiting, and diarrhea. For more safety information, refer to the full prescribing information



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  • For the treatment of skin and soft tissue infections
  • For the treatment of urinary tract infections
  • by Pfizer
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