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Over-the-Counter Medications That Are Safe for Dogs (And How Much to Give!)

Aspirin in Jar

Buffered Aspirin

Pain relief and anti-inflammatory.

Canine Dose: 5mg per pound of body weight every 12 hours.

Feline Dose: NOT RECOMMENDED!

IMPORTANT! Do NOT give your dog aspirin without first consulting your veterinarian, especially if your dog is already taking steroids or prescribed pain medication. New studies have linked aspirin with gastric ulcers in dogs.

 

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