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  • Cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs, cats
  • Antibacterial agent
  • Injectable suspension
  • 150 mg of amoxicillin trihydrate per 1 ml of the drug
  • 100 ml


Antibacterial agent of prolonged action.
One dose delivery.
It is easily absorbed from the injection site and penetrates into most organs and tissues of the animal.
The highest concentration of the antibiotic in blood is noted after 1 - 2 hours and is maintained at therapeutic level for at least 48 hours after parenteral administration of the drug.

Composition: Amoxicillin 15% LA contains amoxicillin trihydrate as an active ingredient, 150 mg in 1 ml, as well as excipients: colloidal silica, sorbitan monooleate, and medium chain triglycerides.
Description: Suspension of white to light yellow color. The suspension may separate into layers during storage, but should become homogenous after vial shaking. In the presence of water, a gelled sludge forms in the suspension.
Purpose: Amoxicillin 15% LA is prescribed for therapeutic purposes in cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs and cats for infectious diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, urogenital system, joints, soft tissues and skin, necrobacillosis, umbilical infections, atrophic rhinitis, mastitis, metritis and agalactia syndrome, and other bacterial infections whose causative agents are sensitive to amoxicillin.
Contraindications: The animal's hypersensitivity to components of the drug and penicillin group antibiotics, as well as severe liver and/or kidney function disorders. Do not use the drug in any newborn animals, rabbits and guinea pigs.
Dosage and how to use: Amoxycillin 15% LA is administered to animals subcutaneously or intramuscularly once at a dose of 1 ml per 10 kg of animal weight (15 mg of active substance per 1 kg of animal weight). If re-injection of the drug is necessary, the 48-hour interval should not be exceeded, as this may lead to a decrease in therapeutic efficacy.
The maximum volume of the drug for administration in one place should not exceed 20 ml in cattle, 5 ml in pigs, sheep, calves, 2.5 ml in dogs, 1 ml in cats.
Withholding period: Slaughter of animals for meat is allowed not earlier than 28 days after the last administration of Amoxycillin 15% LA. Meat of animals slaughtered before the specified period may be used as feed for fur-bearing animals.
Milk may not be used for human consumption during drug administration and within 96 hours after the last injection. Milk obtained before the expiry of the milk withholding period can be boiled and fed to animals.
Storage life of Amoxycillin 15% LA in the appropriate storage conditions in the closed original package: 3 years from the date of production, 28 days after vial opening.

















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Amoxycillin 15% LA, 100 ml

  • Cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs, cats
  • Antibacterial agent
  • Injectable suspension
  • 150 mg of amoxicillin trihydrate per 1 ml of the drug
  • 100 ml


Antibacterial agent of prolonged action.
One dose delivery.
It is easily absorbed from the injection site and penetrates into most organs and tissues of the animal.
The highest concentration of the antibiotic in blood is noted after 1 - 2 hours and is maintained at therapeutic level for at least 48 hours after parenteral administration of the drug.

Composition: Amoxicillin 15% LA contains amoxicillin trihydrate as an active ingredient, 150 mg in 1 ml, as well as excipients: colloidal silica, sorbitan monooleate, and medium chain triglycerides.
Description: Suspension of white to light yellow color. The suspension may separate into layers during storage, but should become homogenous after vial shaking. In the presence of water, a gelled sludge forms in the suspension.
Purpose: Amoxicillin 15% LA is prescribed for therapeutic purposes in cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs and cats for infectious diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, urogenital system, joints, soft tissues and skin, necrobacillosis, umbilical infections, atrophic rhinitis, mastitis, metritis and agalactia syndrome, and other bacterial infections whose causative agents are sensitive to amoxicillin.
Contraindications: The animal's hypersensitivity to components of the drug and penicillin group antibiotics, as well as severe liver and/or kidney function disorders. Do not use the drug in any newborn animals, rabbits and guinea pigs.
Dosage and how to use: Amoxycillin 15% LA is administered to animals subcutaneously or intramuscularly once at a dose of 1 ml per 10 kg of animal weight (15 mg of active substance per 1 kg of animal weight). If re-injection of the drug is necessary, the 48-hour interval should not be exceeded, as this may lead to a decrease in therapeutic efficacy.
The maximum volume of the drug for administration in one place should not exceed 20 ml in cattle, 5 ml in pigs, sheep, calves, 2.5 ml in dogs, 1 ml in cats.
Withholding period: Slaughter of animals for meat is allowed not earlier than 28 days after the last administration of Amoxycillin 15% LA. Meat of animals slaughtered before the specified period may be used as feed for fur-bearing animals.
Milk may not be used for human consumption during drug administration and within 96 hours after the last injection. Milk obtained before the expiry of the milk withholding period can be boiled and fed to animals.
Storage life of Amoxycillin 15% LA in the appropriate storage conditions in the closed original package: 3 years from the date of production, 28 days after vial opening.











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Amoxycillin 15% LA, 10 ml

  • Cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs, cats
  • Antibacterial agent
  • Injectable suspension
  • 150 mg of amoxicillin trihydrate per 1 ml of the drug
  • 10 ml


Antibacterial agent of prolonged action.
One dose delivery.
It is easily absorbed from the injection site and penetrates into most organs and tissues of the animal.
The highest concentration of the antibiotic in blood is noted after 1 - 2 hours and is maintained at therapeutic level for at least 48 hours after parenteral administration of the drug.

Composition: Amoxicillin 15% LA contains amoxicillin trihydrate as an active ingredient, 150 mg in 1 ml, as well as excipients: colloidal silica, sorbitan monooleate, and medium chain triglycerides.
Description: Suspension of white to light yellow color. The suspension may separate into layers during storage, but should become homogenous after vial shaking. In the presence of water, a gelled sludge forms in the suspension.
Purpose: Amoxicillin 15% LA is prescribed for therapeutic purposes in cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs and cats for infectious diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, urogenital system, joints, soft tissues and skin, necrobacillosis, umbilical infections, atrophic rhinitis, mastitis, metritis and agalactia syndrome, and other bacterial infections whose causative agents are sensitive to amoxicillin.
Contraindications: The animal's hypersensitivity to components of the drug and penicillin group antibiotics, as well as severe liver and/or kidney function disorders. Do not use the drug in any newborn animals, rabbits and guinea pigs.
Dosage and how to use: Amoxycillin 15% LA is administered to animals subcutaneously or intramuscularly once at a dose of 1 ml per 10 kg of animal weight (15 mg of active substance per 1 kg of animal weight). If re-injection of the drug is necessary, the 48-hour interval should not be exceeded, as this may lead to a decrease in therapeutic efficacy.
The maximum volume of the drug for administration in one place should not exceed 20 ml in cattle, 5 ml in pigs, sheep, calves, 2.5 ml in dogs, 1 ml in cats.
Withholding period: Slaughter of animals for meat is allowed not earlier than 28 days after the last administration of Amoxycillin 15% LA. Meat of animals slaughtered before the specified period may be used as feed for fur-bearing animals.
Milk may not be used for human consumption during drug administration and within 96 hours after the last injection. Milk obtained before the expiry of the milk withholding period can be boiled and fed to animals.
Storage life of Amoxycillin 15% LA in the appropriate storage conditions in the closed original package: 3 years from the date of production, 28 days after vial opening.

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