HOW MUch baby aspirin to give a 6 lb yorkie?

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Can you give a dog baby aspirin?

Aspirin has the same problems in dogs that it has in people. It can cause gastrointestinal upsets and ulcers if the GI signs are ignored. It can cause renal failure if overdos

Is it safe to give a dog a baby aspirin?

Dogs should not be given unbuffered aspirin except on the order of a veterinarian. Always check with your veterinarian before giving your dog over-the-counter medications inte

Can you give a kitten baby aspirin?

No, you should never give human medications to animals. Cats are very sensitive to the harmful side effects of aspirin and even one pill can be enough to cause a fatal stomach

Can you give baby aspirin to a cat in pain?

Aspirin. Yes, you can give 1/4th of a baby aspirin to a cat but ONLY once every 72 hours. The cat is missing a liver enzyme that helps break down aspirin. This causes aspir

Can you give baby aspirin to cat?

Yes, you can give baby aspirin to a cat but ONLY 1/4 of one tablet and ONLY once every 72 hours. The baby aspirin should be given with food. Be very careful, if you are unsur
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How much aspirin for 5 lb chihuahua?

Be very careful with aspirin - it can be toxic to dogs. Never give it to a cat. It can be toxic if given in high doses of about 30 mg (milligram) per pound of the dog. This m
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How much water should you give your 6 pound yorkie to drink?

Dogs should have fresh drinking water available most of the time. They will self-regulate the amount of water they need. If you notice a dramatic change in the amount your dog
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How much baby aspirin do you give to a 6 pound dog?

Since the dog dosage of aspirin is about 5-15 milligrams per pound,a 6 pound dog should get about 30-90 mg every 12 hours. A babyaspirin, or low-dose aspirin for helping preve