Dogs Have Paracetamol?

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Paracetamols are antiflammatory drugs and have toxic effects on the liver causing kidney failure.A veterinary doctor should be consulted before administering paracetamols to dogs.
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In the UK, paracetamol alone is unlicensed for use in dogs, but it is licensed with a combination of codeine, and is marketed as Pardale®. Care must be taken when calculating the dose, as it can be fatal if used incorrectly. In small dogs, it is very easy to give a toxic dose. For instance, one 500mg paracetamol tablet could be fatal to a Yorkshire Terrier weighing 2kg.
It could be fatal to give a dog paracetamol or aspirin. Poisoning could occur mostly as a result of overdosing. It is generally not advisable to give human medicines to pets.
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This depends upon the size of the dog, the dog's overall health status, the absorption rate of the paracetamol and the dog's genetics. In some cases, a single human dose pill or tablet
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No, nothing. 2 Paracetamols will not harm your dog, let it have a lot of liquid though to wash away its stomach and the contents.
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I am http://www.aboutanimaltesting.co.uk/ not a professional but I guess the reason why one product is completely fine for humans while it is toxic for cats and/or dogs is related
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Liver damage Anonymous
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