Can You Give a Dog Cough Medicine?

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It is advisable not to give dogs cough medicine. This is because coughing in dogs is a sign of underlying diseases. It is recommended that you should take it to a vet for further check up.
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I would not give my dogs any human medication unless prescribed by the vet.
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1. Swallowing pills is easier for some dogs than others. There are dogs that will eat almost anything and some don't even bother to chew their food and treats. They just swallow.
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The CVM (regulates drugs for use in animals) has approved some NSAIDs for use in dogs with pain. These include Etogesic, Rimadyl, Metacam, Zubrin, Deramaxx, Previcox, and Novox. As
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1. As with anything about your own specific pet the most important thing is to check with your veterinarian to make sure (a) that the pill can be given with food, (b) if there are
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