3 common drugs are dangerous for dog

3 common drugs are dangerous for dog

, seeing our four-legged friend in pain is terrible experience, especially in acute pain we wish to help our dog as soon as possible. Some Dogs scream out in pain and this goes through the bone, in this case help your dog by acting quickly & appropriately.But Beware:you can in no way give most of the resources that you have at home.


No! you cannot give your dog aspirin not even children's aspirin! The problem with aspirin is that it increases salicylate levels in the blood and can cause life-threatening side effects in dogs,Including internal bleeding and liver damage.Asprine Contains the active substance acetylsalicylic acid which might be harmful for your pup.

Answer:No,Dogs Can not Have Aspirin.

Brands of Painkillers with active ingredient Acetylsalicylic acid:Acetlsalicylic acid,Alka-seltzer,Aspirin,Aspirin C(+vitamin C),Aspro,Aspro effervescent,APC tablets(+Paracetamol,+Caffeine),Chefarine(+Paracetamol)

Although it is likely  the remedy that you immediately have available,You should not give your dog aspirin for the pain. And all  the other pain killers  you have in your medicine cabinet?We Continue our story with the most commonly used pain killer for humans.


Can My Dog have Paracetamol?

Paracetamol is also better left in your medicine cabinet. Paracetamol can cause various problems in dogs,Vomiting,diarrhea,excessive slivation, diarrhea and breathing problems. If  your dog has eaten paracetamol(intentionally or Accidentally),,Consult your vet and tell them that your dog has had paracetamol.

Answer:No,It is not so healthy for dogs to have paracetamol.

Can My dog have ibuprofen?

Ibuprofen for dogs

Well,We won't advice you to give ibuprofen to your pup there is a risk of overdose followed by poisoning. The symptoms of ibuprofen poisoning in dogs  are:

  • vomiting
  • blood in the stool
  • dehydration
  • loss of appetite
  • abdominal pain
Ibuprofen can cause kidney damage in dogs,with ibuprofen poisoning you should not wait to see the symptoms.As soon as your dog has eaten ibuprofen,go straight to the vet and tell them that your dog is wearing ibuprofen.

If not ibuprofen or paracetamol then what can i give my dog in pain?

Is  your dog in pain?Go to a vet! The  vet can immediately administer and prescribe an appropriate pain reliever for use at home. This way you can assure that you get a pain reliever that is safe to use on your dog. painkillers that your vet prescribe can also have side effects. Ask about the side effects and ask about the different options for pain relieve at your vet.