Comments on Use Pain Medication Carefully for Dogs

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Deb   Estill Springs, TN

6/3/2010 5:48:40 PM

Very useful. answered my question completely and quickly.

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Christine   Valley Glen, CA

4/18/2010 5:03:32 PM

I just called my vet and they said DO NOT give either Asprin or Tylenol

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Pete   Sah Angelo,, TX

3/27/2010 5:14:20 PM

I needed help after hours and you gave
it.
Thanks.

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Doris   San Francisco, CA

3/11/2010 2:51:55 AM

I have read on an internet article that "GABAPENTIN" can be given to dogs with spinal injuries (to block out pain) can you suggest a safe dossage.

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Randi   Hagerstown, MD

2/6/2010 3:58:51 PM

Thanks for listing dosages. My dog is severly arthritic and has run out of his pain medication during the blizzard. This may just get him through.

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Kathy   Santa Rosa, CA

1/10/2010 2:29:32 PM

I took this advise after my 13 year old Golden Retriever had a biopsy and needed some pain medication that night. I gave her 1/2 a Tylenol and she was able to finally go to sleep. Next day, I spoke with my vet and she said not to give her Tylenol as she is already taking Rimadyl. Not good to give that combination. Good to know. Thank you!

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elva - fundanimal guayana   Venezuela, FL

12/9/2009 5:29:52 AM

I am concerned about the fireworks, my dogs run away because of nervous. I have a foundation that take care of abandon dogs and cats, we feed and take care of them and after we look for a home with people that love them.

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Sally   Pittsfield, MA

12/5/2009 2:02:14 PM

I think Georgie has arthritis, limps on rainy or snowy days. But Aspirin and Tylenol don't come in easily adjusted strengths so I gave her 1/2 a tyleno, hope it works.

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sk   nh, CT

11/26/2009 8:20:14 PM

thanks

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Valorie   Lafayette, LA

7/10/2009 3:00:31 PM

Thank you for the advice, my Doberman is currently at the vet having a large tooth removed after braking it on a rock. Our vet said he should not have any pain, i can't imagine that. i want to be prepared since its the weekend.

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patricia   sacramento, CA

5/4/2009 2:24:47 AM

very helpful for a late night question.

it's 2 a.m. and i knew zorba was not feeling well she has not slept and is pacing back and
forth.
i will give her aspirin and take her to her vet. tomorrow.

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Donna   Beaumont, TX

7/4/2008 3:15:57 PM

Very helpful. Our mixed lab dog is obviously not feeling well & in some kind of pain. Thanks so much. If he's not better, we'll go to the Vet
ASAP.
Thanks so much!

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