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I am sorry to hear your dogs and puppies have parasites. My name is Rebecca. I am a veterinarian.
One cc and one ml are the same thing.
Corid is not the best product for coccidia in dogs. There are more than one species of coccidia and Corid only gets two, which are more common in large animals than in dogs. The species that dogs usually get are different, and Corid is not labeled for dogs and their parasites. Albon works better for dogs and puppies with coccidia.
Let me know if I can answer anything else.
Do you have the liquid, or powder?
The dose is 100 mg for small puppies, 200 mg for large puppies, and 300 to 400 mg for dogs, once daily, for 7 to 12 days. Do you have the powder or the liquid?
The liquid is 97 mg per one cc/one ml.
The powder is harder to dose; you would need a gram scale to get the right and safe dose.