A field study was conducted in 6 cross bred dairy cows
suffering from acute clinical mastitis preceded by FMD in all animals.
After thorough clinical and laboratory examination of the affected animals
were confirmed as the cases of clinical mastitis. Cows were diagnosed
for mastitis by clinical examination and Modified California mastitis
test, somatic cell count and cultural examination of milk. After confirmation
of disease and antibiotic sensitivity test all cows were subjected to
precise and supportive therapy. Out of 18 quarters only 2 quarters were
positive to + and one quarter to trace reaction by MCMT after the completion
of treatment (on 5th day) with enrofloxacin and melonex along with supportive
therapy. Out of 18 quarters only 3 quarters showed 2.5x105
cells mL-1 to 3.25x105 somatic cells mL-1
of milk and remaining quarters showed <2.1x105 somatic cells
mL-1 of milk. It is concluded that the result of enrofloxacin
and mammitel are considerable in the treatment of clinical mastitis.