No - aspirin (and all other human pain medications like Tylenol, Motrin, Advil, Aleve, ibuprofen, acetominophen, etc.) are toxic to dogs. They are very sensitive to the side effects and can develop a fatal stomach ulcer from the drug after even a single pill. Every year a number of veterinarians watch a dog die because the owner gave the dog aspirin to treat some sort of pain.
If you believe your dog would benefit from pain medication, you should make an appointment with your veterinarian. There are safe and relatively cheap medications that your veterinarian can prescribe for him.
Yes you can give them aspirin. We have had to do that with our older dogs.
NEVER give your dog aspirin without consulting your vet first.
I wouldn't give any animal a blood thinner and aspirin is a blood thinner.
no, giving a dog aspirin is not good to start with
You should never give a dog aspirin, even baby aspirin. Dogs are very sensitive to the side effects of human pain medications (aspirin, Tylenol, Advil, Aleve, Motrin, etc.) and you can kill your dog with these. Actually you can give your dog ecentric coated aspirin dont ever give them plain aspirin this is very hard on the stomach I am trying to found out how much aspirin to give my dog as well who is over 100 lbs which it seems every answer on here says never give your dog aspirin when I on other animal sites it says its fine it has to be coated aspirin. so the answer above is partially correct. a regular aspirin is very very bad for a dogs stomach.
NEVER give your dog Tylenol or Motrin, only aspirin!!! I repeat never anything but aspirin!! Tylenol is toxic!!
Can you give a dog a asirin if they are on phenobarbital
I'd check with your vet first, aspirin can upset the stomach, not all antbiotics will agree with pets, if your vet gave you the amoxicillin did they mention to give aspirin also? Aspirin not recommended by your vet can be fatal to your dog. Never ever give aspirin made for human consumption to your dogs.
It is not a good idea to give a dog a baby aspirin if he has an enlarged heart unless you have spoken with your dogs veterinarian. Your veterinarian will be able to give the correct dosage amount for your dog.
Baby aspiring can be given to dogs every 8 to 12 hours. Do not give your dog baby aspirin without consulting your veterinarian.
Yes you can give a dog aspirin..BUT.. be careful not to use human aspirin as this tends to be stronger and can be extremely toxic to dog's. The best thing to do is pick up some aspirin that has been designed specifically for dogs. There are quite a lot of good dog aspirin that you can pick up off of www.amazon.com, that will come with dosage guidelines.
ABSOLUTELY NONE!!!! Aspirin is TOXIC to dogs. If you think your dog needs aspirin, your dog needs a trip to the veterinarian. Good for you for asking! This shows you are a responsible and loving dog steward.
No , you should not give asprin to your dog. Aspirin is sometimes used by vets to treat mild to moderate pain caused by osteoarthritis or musculoskeletal inflammation, it should never be administered by dog owners
You should not give your dog anything that is not for dogs unless a vets is consulted.
Yes, yes it is. How much aspirin a dog can have depends on it's size and weight! If you are doubt about how much aspirin to give your dog, call your vet's office and ask them. Regular strength buffered or baby aspirins should be used, not "safety coated" aspirin. Always give aspirin with food, to help avoid an upset stomach. If the dog starts to vomit, stop giving it aspirin. Aspirin has blood thinning properties, so it can be dangerous in some dogs. For long term pain relief there are safer veterinary-specific alternatives.
Yes, but check with your veterinarian first to determine how much to give, or if aspirin is appropriate. Do not give your dog aspirin meant for humans. Specially prepared aspirin for dogs is available in pet stores. Coated aspirin may be acceptable, but check with your vet first. Your vet may also be able to prescribe other painkillers that are more effective for dogs. Do not give aspirin to your dog if it is taking any sort of n-said medication. See your vet for details.
You should not give your dog any Tylenol. Tylenol is toxic to dogs. You can give the dog regular aspirin for pain.
First call the vet. You could start with 1/2 of an aspirin and GIVE WITH FOOD, can irritate stomach. Do not give aspirin constantly.
No - Bufferin is buffered aspirin and can be fatal to dogs.
You should never give a dog aspirin.. it can be very toxic to them and have extremely dangerous side effects.
Give him/her an Aspirin. One regular or two baby.Do not use Tylenol!!!!
Advil is poisonous to dogs, do not give it. You can give a baby aspirin to a dog, but I really reccommend that you take the dog to the vet if there is something wrong and get the vet to give you medication.
If you need to give your dog any type home remedy pain med, it's better to give them, a LOW DOSE ASPIRIN such as BABY ASPIRIN. NOT MOTRIN.