Can Dogs Take Human Medicine?

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There are a number of different kinds of human medicines that can be also be consumed by dogs. Some of these drugs include Benadryl, which is given for allergies. Immodium AD and Pepto Bismol can also be used to treat diarrhoea. However, it is advisable to consult your vet before giving your dog these drugs.
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