Can a Dog Have Buffered Aspirin?

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A buffered aspirin should not be given to a dog. Human medication is meant for the human body. You should consult a vet if your dog is in pain.
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absolutely NONE, if your dog needs medication you must get it from your vet, a dog's metabolism is very different from a human, you will wind up killing your dog.
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Do not give your dog aspirin more than every 12 hours and for more than a couple
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Dogs, like humans, also suffer from allergies. While teary eyes are one symptom, the dog may also have an itchy face that it scratches regularly, reddish coloring, rashes or bumps
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Aspirin reduces the body's production of prostaglandins. Prostaglandins, amongst their many other effects, sensitize spinal neurons to pain, and produce fever by acting on the hypothalamus
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