The answer is no. Human medication is not recommended for dogs and overdoses are a major cause of emergencies.
- Pain medication is the number one cause of problems for dogs. Aspirin, Tylenol, and NSAIDS do not work and result in stomach ulceration and renal failure.
- Antihistamines are another class of OTC medications used for dogs with mixed results.
- Any medications should be provided with the directions of a veterinarian
Because canine dosages can differ from human dosages, it’s important to get directions specific to your pet if these medications are recommended.
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