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can you give a dog aspirin or tylenol for pain? if so, what kind of dosage?
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NotGiven wrote:
can you give a dog aspirin or tylenol for pain? if so, what kind of dosage?
thanks


Never Tylenol or Aleve, can cause organ damage (liver? I forget which).
Aspirin, 81 mg (children's size) works good, I believe buffered is
better.
Best when applied at the direction of your vet's office, though, they
can
often tell you over the phone when it sounds like that's a good
solution
or if it's better to bring them in...
--Glenn

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NotGiven wrote:
can you give a dog aspirin or tylenol for pain? if so, what kind of
dosage?
thanks


Never Tylenol or Aleve, can cause organ damage (liver? I forget which).
Aspirin, 81 mg (children's size) works good, I believe buffered is
better.
Best when applied at the direction of your vet's office, though, they
can
often tell you over the phone when it sounds like that's a good
solution
or if it's better to bring them in...
--Glenn


Thanks Glenn. It seems that every time my dog walks in the vet's office,
they try to do lots of tests and run the bill past $200, for any visit!


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NotGiven wrote:

can you give a dog aspirin or tylenol for pain? if so, what kind of
dosage?
thanks


Never Tylenol or Aleve, can cause organ damage (liver? I forget which).
Aspirin, 81 mg (children's size) works good, I believe buffered is
better.
Best when applied at the direction of your vet's office, though, they
can
often tell you over the phone when it sounds like that's a good
solution
or if it's better to bring them in...
--Glenn



Thanks Glenn. It seems that every time my dog walks in the vet's office,
they try to do lots of tests and run the bill past $200, for any visit!


The dose would depend on the size of your dog.

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