You really need to talk with your veterinarian and your groomer about this. In some dogs, Benadryl can have the side effect of causing drowsiness or sleepiness, but it isn't a true sedation; Benadryl is actually an anti-histamine that dampens down allergic reactions.
Your veterinarian can talk with you about the different true sedations available (all of which require a veterinarian prescription, incidentally) as well as the potential problems with administering it to your dog. Your groomer needs to be in the conversation as well, particularly if the grooming site does not have a veterinary clinic on site or at hand to deal with any potential side effects (such as a bad slide from sedated to aware).
A better long-term option is to work with your dog and a professional trainer who has experience desensitizing dogs to acclimate your dog to the grooming location and process. You may also want to check out a different groomer and see if your dog has as bad a time there as he did at the last place.
Benadryl is not a sedative, and any attempts to sedate a person with Benadryl will only result in forcing someone to take a lethal dose of the drug.
You can use a tranquilizer of some sort.
Benadryl cannot be used along with Phenobarbital. If your dog needs an Antihistamine or something to sedate him, you'd need to contact your vet's office.
1mg per pound of body weight, so if your dog is 25 lbs give him/her 25mg of Benadryl. Make sure it is ONLY Benadryl (Diphenhydramine) without any other combination of medicine in it.
Use a hydroxy benzaldehyde derivative to sedate your dog for a 20 hour ride. Vanillin should do the trick.
If a pet is found to be too difficult or aggressive to groom by a groomer, they usually will sedate the pet with the watchful eye of a vet or vet tech. If your pet does require sedation to be groomed, talk with your vet as they usually have a groomer they call upon who will groom your pet (dog or cat) whilst it is sedated. Never trust a groomer who will sedate your pet outside of a vet clinic.
Promathazine and Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) are antihistamines. Both have remarkable sedative action. They should not be taken together and with Valium also. All the three drugs will sedate the patient heavily.
A scheduled visit to a vet is the only thing I'd recommend for sedating a dog. This is not safe stuff to experiment and improvise with.
The next dart should be enough to sedate our Miss Kitty...Just sedate me now!
This depends on the age, size, temperament and general state of health of your cat. Ask your veterinary. She or he will prescribe the right medication.
That is the proper spelling of "sedate" (calm, or to tranquilize).
put on some lingerie or were you talking about seduce or sedate????
Santa is actually quite sedate in the off-season.
you cant mix it! literally but you can take the benadryl first and wait 30 minutes for the effect then take the mebendazole... by doing this your making the worms sedate making them less active so they wont go anywhere in the holes in your body (eyes,ears,nose,lungs etc.) but in your anal hope this help
You can give him benadryl,call your vet for the right dose.
The abstract noun forms of the verb to sedate are sedation and the gerund, sedating.The abstract noun form of the adjective sedate is sedateness.
yes but i think the people sedate the animals before putting them on the plane .
A stray dog might be given Benadryl in a bite of food. This may make the dog sleepy so it is able to be captured. It is best to contact a veterinarian to be sure this is safe to do and in what dosage.
Benadryl is not a sedative, so this isn't going to work. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is an anti-histamine with a mild side effect of drowsiness. However, not all dogs show this side effect, and giving more drug may not increase the apparent sedation. Benadryl in high doses can be toxic, so you can't increase the amount to get the drowsiness you want. If your dog needs sedation, you should speak with your veterinarian - there are several generic drugs that can be prescribed for this on an "as-needed" basis that will give you a much better sedation for a similar price.
I believe many pediatricians wish they could sedate their patients like veterinarians can.
Don't try to sedate your bunny!! Rabbits bodies are very fragile all together and if their system is disrupted it could be fatal. If you seriously need to sedate your bunny, take it to a veterinarian and they will try to help.
Example: when you have surgery, they sedate you so that you don't move. Tranquilizers are used to sedate dangerous animals. Good enough?
It is not legal for you to sedate someone without their knowing. If they need to be sedated, you need to talk to their doctor about it.
Dart it with sedatives!