- 4 weeks ago
If you must, use baby asprin or a low dose, but you should consult your vet as asprin is a blood thinner and has side effects which can be fatal. There are other drugs the vet can prescribe which will work better
- NatashaLv 74 weeks ago
Aspirin can be administered, but only if instructed to do so by a vet. Ibuprofen however is a no-no.
It's very important for all dog owners to NEVER give their pets medication which haven't been prescribed by a vet, as it can potentially cause the animals far more har than good.
Hope this helps.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
You need to be under the guidance of a veterinarian。
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- BeverlyLv 64 weeks ago
Never give human or over the counter medications, good way to poison or kill a pet. Call your Veterinarian and make an appointment.
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- OcimomLv 74 weeks ago
Aspirn yes. But only with a vet approval.
- 1 month ago
No, but pentobarbitals are A-OK.
- *****Lv 71 month ago
Aspirin can be given for some conditions under advice of a veterinarian. It is not appropriate in many cases and can have negative effects if given regularly. Ibuprofen is toxic to dogs and should never be given. Even in small amounts it can cause poisoning in dogs.
- MaxiLv 71 month ago
Aspirin BUT ONLY with vets knowledge and approval and so you know the dosage to give, NEVER without vets .....Ibuprofen is toxic to dogs and will kill them
- TarkarriLv 71 month ago
Asprin under vet supervision. Either one can be deadly to dogs.
- W.T. DoorLv 71 month ago
Aspirin for sure, but use small doses.