How much Benadryl can a dog have and how often?


The recommended dosage of Benadryl for dogs is 1 milligram for every 1 pound of the dog's weight, according to VetInfo. This can be administered every 8 hours on the advice of a veterinarian.

VetInfo explains that Benadryl is an antihistamine that can be administered to dogs to alleviate allergic reactions, itching, car sickness and irritation from insect bites. It also has mild sedative effects.

It is important to ensure that plain Benadryl is administered and not a formulation that includes another medication that may be harmful to the dog, VetInfo warns. Because the liquid formulation of Benadryl includes a high alcohol content, only Benadryl pills or capsules are appropriate for use in dogs.

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1. Select the product you will give your dog. There are many different types of Benadryl available. The type of Benadryl for your dog should be in capsule or tablet form. The liquid
The better question is, how do you know that your dog is having an Anaphylactic reaction?
Did you consult your vet first. Why are you giving it? There is a formula for how much to give, but you need to contact your vet. It can help when necessary. Source(s) ave my dog
Hi Lynn. You can give the 25 mg. Anything up to 1mg/pound of body weight is deemed safe for dogs. Most vets advise using it for acute (isolated) problems, but not for chronic (ongoing
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