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What antibiotic is used to treat Salmonella in dogs?

Asked: Jean-Michel Labelle, Date Created:

The antibiotic most frequently used in the Salmonella-positive dogs was metronidazole.

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    Yes, you can have a single clownfish in a 10-gallon tank. If you plan to have a pair, you will need at least a 20 gallon.

  • Is tuna a boy or girl?

    Tuna (IPA: [tuˈna]) is a unisex Turkish given name and surname.

  • Does salmon have worms in it?

    These small, whitish, and somewhat flabby worms are common in salmon from some areas of Alaska. ... But there should be caution in consuming raw fish because some species of fish can contain these harmful worms. Eating raw, lightly cured, or insufficiently cooked infected fish can transfer the live worms to humans.

  • What temperature should a fish tank be at?

    A good range is 76° to 80°F (25° to 27°C). A few species need to be kept several degrees warmer, and some species require temperatures a few degrees cooler. A thermometer is vital. A stick-on type enables you to check the temperature whenever you look at the aquarium.

  • Should you always fish on the bottom?

    Keep your bait in the fish zone. When deeper than 8 to 10 feet, always fish on the bottom, not close, but on the bottom whenever possible. The exxception to this rule is when crappie and white bass might "suspend" off the bottom. The same is true when largemouth bass are chasing shad.

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