We have a 14.2 gram tube of Terramycin, manufactured in Turkey for Israel. The package carries the Pfizer name and trademark of the United States. We have had several tubes of this ointment and have found it quite effective for minor wounds.
No. Terramycin will pass from the hen to the egg and the eggs should not be consumed by humans when the birds are being treated. Pfizer animal health advises it has not done studies on human use and this treatment is for animals only. Terramycin is a broad spectrum antibiotic and will remain in the hens system for at least 7 to 10 days following the last treatment.
We presently have a 14.2 gram tube of Terramycin that was obtained by doctors prescription from a pharmacy in Israel. This Terramycin was manufactured in Turkey for sale in Israel. The package carries the Pfizer name and trademark from the United States. We have been using this ointment for a number of years on minor wounds and have found it to be quite effective.
Terramycin has several side effects. These include various gastrointestinal problems, skin rashes, photosensitivity, hypersensitivity, renal toxicity, and anemia.
Either can be used for your dog. You should consult your vet to see which one is right for the issue your pet is having.
Probably not. See a doctor and get a prescription.
this is according to drugs.com Terramycin Generic Name: oxytetracycline hydrochloride
Wounds will normally heal by themselves, but sometimes bacteria may enter the wound and prevent healing, causing ulcers to form. Terramycin is an antibiotic used to kill certain types of bacteria and is sometimes used to treat ulcers.
They are both antibiotics. However, they are from different classes of antibiotics.
This is the formula I use for this terramycin http://www.pfizerah.com/Product_Overview.aspx?country=US&species=BF&lang=EN&drug=TW 1/10 of a teaspoon for 2 lbs I do kittens and cats so obviously I need it on a much smaller scale. For a 125 lb dog 6 1/4 teaspoons or 2 1/10 tablespoons. Terramycin is a broad spectrum antibiotic and over dosing is generally not an issue, so if you wanted to make it easier and say 2 1/4 tablespoons, that would LIKELY be ok
I just bought a tube of it at a Japanese drugstore. It's an antibiotic ointment. You may find more results spelled as "terramycin."
use terramycin you can buy it in feedmills and in the Dr.Fosters catalog