Can Dogs Take Ibuprofen?

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YES, some dogs can take ibuprofen for some problems. However, there are better and safer NSAIDS for dogs available through your veterinarian.
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Well according to the bottle you can take 1 200mg pill every four to six hours. You can also take two at one time but no more then six in 24 hours. Unless you doctor tells you different
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Never, ever, give any human medications to any animal without the consent and advice of a properly licensed and certified Veterinarian. Human medicines can be quite harmful to canines
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You should not medicate your dog without proper instruction from a veterinarian. Inappropriate medications and dosage levels can seriously harm your dog.
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