What human medications are approved to give to a dog for anxiety?
None of them really.
you shouldn't give any human medications to any animal. Call your vet.
No, you should never give human medications to your dog. Dogs react very differently to human medications and this could make them very sick.
There are a couple of medications your veterinarian can prescribe. However, there are no safe medications that you can buy without your veterinarian's prescription. You should never give human medications to your pet - these medications are not safe for animals and can cause severe reactions.
No - do not give your dog ANY human medication without a vet's directions. Most human medications are poisonous to dogs.
No, you should never give human medications to an animal. Animals react differently to medications than humans and this could kill your dog.
No, you should never give human medications to your pets. Dogs (and cats) react very differently to human medications and this can sometimes be fatal.
Don't ever give your dog anything that was prescribed for people. Without a veterinary examination you do not know if the problem is anxiety or some underlying condition causing pain. You could kill your dog by giving a large dose of something, or you could mask the pain of a serious condition that needs treatment. Also, not all human medications have similar effects on animals. If you love your dog, check with your vet.
Never give an animal a medication that is made for a human. Dogs have different systems from humans, and human medications may kill them or make them sick. Ask a veterinarian what to give your dog.
No, you should never give human medications to cats. This could be very toxic or even fatal to your cat.
I wouldn't recommend anyone to give their pets human medication. Take your pets to a vet to get professional help.
Nothing over the counter or approved for human use - these pain medications can be fatal to cats. However, you can ask your veterinarian to recommend or prescribe a pain medication to help alleviate the pain associated with arthritis. There are also potential adjunct treatments that may be of benefit.
There are some human medications that can be given to a dog but it is best to call a vet to determin what meds are needed for your pet. It is dangerous to give medications meant for humans to dogs without knowing exactly what the problem is for the dog in question. Call or visit your vet for the best advice.
Do not give any people medications to your dog without consulting a veterinarian. Many things we think of as harmless can seriously damage your dog's organs. Never,ever give Tylenol (acetominophen), Motrin/Advil (ibuprofen) Aleve (naproxen) to your dog. Never share your prescription medications with your dog. A good rule of thumb is to never,ever give any human medication to your dog until you have at least called a vet and gotten the ok. Call before-not after-you… Read More
One needs to check with a vet before giving any human medications to a cat or dog. Some adult & child medications may cause harm to the animals.
Never give any human medications without consulting your vet. Some human pain relievers (ibuprofen, acetaminophen and others) can be fatal.
Never never give your dog human medication. All medications should be given by a Veterinarian. If your dog has a medical problem, take him or her in to be checked out by your Veterinarian. You could kill your dog with giving it human medications.
No. It might not be poisonous, but it is never good to give human medicine to animals unless recommended by a doctor. Some human medications can be deadly to animals.
no you can't if you do it will over dose and kill it. At petsmart the have special medications for it.
No, the medication in the human suppository may be toxic or fatal to the dog regardless of its size. There is no reason to give human medications to dogs - if your dog is sick and you think it needs medication, you should make an appointment with your veterinarian.
No, defiantly not. You should never give an animal of any age human medicine unless it is approved by your vet.
No, there are absolutly NO human medications that you can give to your dog, mainly because the dosing is so different, a low dose could be enough to kill your pet
No. Many human medications do not work the same in dogs as they do in humans and can often be poisonous. If your dog is injured, see your vet immediately.
You should talk to the veterinarian who spayed your dog about pain medications for her. You can't give your dog human pain medications (Tylenol, Advil, Aleve, Motrin, aspirin, etc) because these are very toxic to dogs and could kill her.
No, you should not give human medications to your dog. Dogs can be very sensitive to the side effects of human medications. In addition, the condition that Gas X treats may not be the same condition that your dog has, even though the outward symptoms may be similar.
No; never ever give a dog human drugs or vitamins or other medicinals without the express recommendation of a veterinarian. Many human drugs can kill dogs. Real answer: That is not true. Most of the medications given to dogs ARE the same as human medications. It isn't a good idea to experiment on your dog, however, decongestants are prescribed for dogs ALL THE TIME, and again, most drugs used in canine medicine are the same… Read More
None - you should never give human medications to an animal because these medications are not safe for animals. Furthermore, most feline colds or flus are due to a viral infection and even veterinarians don't have drugs that are effective in clearing these viral infections.
No. Aspirin is not good for dogs. Please do not give human medication to dogs. These are meant for humans and some human medications are toxic or very harmful to dogs.
You should never give Benadryl, or any other human medication, to your cat without consulting with your veterinarian. Many human medications are highly toxic and even deadly to cats.
No, Unisom is a human medication that is not approved for or tested in dogs for effect or toxicity. You could cause severe medical problems with this.
Vistiral is given before a Narcotic pain shot is administered. It helps from the nause that Morphine, Demerol and Dialudid ususally give. Ativan is a BENZO and Vistiral is for something else.
No. Animals do not metabolize human medications in the same way that humans do. If you suspect your cat is ill, consult your veterinarian on proper care and medication.
At home, nothing - dogs do not react to medications like humans do, and there are no safe human pain medications for dogs to have. You should make an appointment with your veterinarian to have your dog's teeth examined and the veterinarian will determine how to relieve your dog's pain.
No, you could cause the dog to become toxic. Do not ever give dogs human medications. Always check with your Veterinarian first. If you want to give your dog a safe multiple Vitamin Supplement then purchase something that is made for dogs.
You should never give human medication to any animal, including your papillion, withot specific instructions to do so from your veterinarian. Human medications are not designed for the body mass of an animal, and could easily kill said animal.
Human medication is meant for HUMANS only. I'd imagine the problem would only get worse if you gave the medication to an animal. I'd see a vet if I was you.
Lorazepam or Alprazolam is treatment of anxiety, insomnia, acute seizures for human and dog is also like a human and they can take this to treat them. But not the whole pill, just give them half of it or quarter of a pill.
NO. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is DEADLY to cats as are many other human medications. You should NEVER give your cat ANY medication unless your vet specifically says it's okay.
Human medications seldom have the desired effect when given to other animals. If you give the puppy laxatives you may poison it. See your vet if you are concerned.
Yes and no. The active ingredient amoxicillin is the same, but the inactive ingredients may be different depending upon the formulation. Please note that you should never give human medications to your pet without a veterinarian's prescription - pets can react very differently to human medications and can die as a result of accidental overdose.
You can never give a animal human medication without first consulting the Veterinarian. A lot of human medications contain ingredients which are toxic to Dogs. In regard to human medication which isn't toxic to the dog (or cat), the doseage may be too high which can result in collapse and convulsions. So please contact your Vet before administering medication.
None of the human pain medications - these are extremely toxic to cats and a single dose can be enough to kill. These medications include Tylenol, Advil, Aleve, Paracetamol, Motrin, acetominophen, ibuprofen, aspirin and all other common human pain relievers. If you feel your cat would benefit from pain medication, you need to see your veterinarian. There are safe pain medications for cats, but they are only available from your veterinarian.
None - cats are very small relative to humans and they tend to be extremely sensitive to the side effects of some human medications, particularly pain medications. However, there are many medications that have the same active ingredient but are formulated slightly differently between humans and cats. Examples of this include amoxicillin (the liquid pink bubble gum antibiotic), most other antibiotics and some opioid pain relievers.
No. Only give medications that are suggested by your Veterinarian.
NO!!! You should never, EVER give your cat ANY medication unless your vet says it's okay. Many human medications can permanently injure, or even kill, a cat. If you have any concerns about your cat's health, the best thing to do is always to take the cat to a qualified veterinarian. Furthermore, Valium isn't even a painkiller to begin with. It is an anti-anxiety medication. It does not relieve pain. So, even if it were… Read More
it can create anxiety, which can give you "butterflys" in your stomach.
Not unless you want to kill them. Never give a cat ANY medication meant for a human! Only give a cat a medication prescribed for them by a veterinarian. Some medications that humans use are toxic to cats at any dosage, and others that can be given to them, must be given in much lower dosages than what a human can take.
No. The amount of ibuprofen required to treat a cat typically exceeds the toxic dose for cats, therefore it is considered dangerous and unsafe to give to cats. It is safest to contact your veterinarian before giving an "human" medications to your pets as many common medications that are "safe" for us, are dangerous or deadly for dogs and cats.
You have anxiety really bad and panic attacks will your dr give you xanax if you tell her about your attacks and anxiety?
It depends on how severe they are.
We use proportional doses of aspirin for our pups with no ill effects. Benadryl is handy to keep around in case of stings and bites as well.
This should be determined by your veterinarian, as the dose will depend on your dog's size, percent body fat, liver and kidney function and level of pain. You should NEVER give human medications to your dog either - dogs react very differently to medications than humans and what is safe for people may kill your dog.