Give 1mg of Benadryl per pound such that if your dog weighs 30 pounds, you should give it 30 mg of Benadryl. Administer the medicine three times in a day
Talk your veterinarian - while antihistamines are generally safe, there are the potential for side effects particularly if your dog has chronic organ failure (renal failure, liver failure, congestive heart failure, etc.). Also, your vet will talk you through how to figure out which formulation to buy (there are multiple different concentrations of Benadryl and at least two different types, liquid and pill form) and how to figure out how much to give your dog on what schedule. Your vet will also describe what side effects to look for that may indicate a serious reaction to the Benadryl.
You can give them 1mg of benadryl per pound your dog weighs three times per day.
I have a 25 lb jackrussel he has anxiety and whines when we leave liquid or pill
how much liquid benadryl to give 6 pound dog
how much benadryl can i give a small dog weighs 15 pounds or less
Depends on the size of your dog.
Can I give benadryl to a diabetic dog
The dosage varies depending on size. A veterinarian would know best, as well as what type of benadryl to give the dog.
Ask the vet.
Yes, you can administer Benadryl and Rimadyl to your dog.
Typically, you give 1-2 mg per pound. So for a 3 pound dog, give 3 to 6 mg of Benadryl.
Our vet said the rule is 1 mg of Benadryl per lb. of dog. So 25 mg pill for a 25 lb. dog, etc. Do not give liquid benadryl because it contains alcohol.
The Benadryl dose for a dog is one milligram for every pound given up to two times daily. So, a 14 pound dog would get 14 milligrams of regular strength Benadryl. Don't give a dog extra strength Benadryl.
No, this would be a very high dose. Call your veterinarian and ask how much Benadryl to give your dog.
one milligram per pound.
For a 14 lb dog we give ours 2mls of childrens liquid benadryl. I would give just a little bit less but it really works. Just check with your vet though.
Yes you can.
It would depend on the concentration of the medication. Determine how much Benadryl is in each mL, then consult your vet. Hope your dog feels better!
Yes, but you need to make sure you are giving the right dose. Liquid Benadryl has a concentration listed on the bottle in the form ### mg/ml. From this, your veterinarian can help you figure out how much to give your dog.
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.
You should ask a veterinarian. They will tell you the proper form of benadryl, and the dosage depending on the animal's size.
1ml of benadryl can have a dog for each pound.
Unless you're a veterinarian (which I will assume you aren't since you are asking the internet for dose rates), to prescribe your dog Benadryl would be considered practicing veterinary medicine without a licence. If your dog is sick, take it to the vet. They will prescribe for it what it needs, (which may or may not be benadryl), and tell you how much to give.