Is Pedialyte safe for dogs?


According to WebMD, Pedialyte is safe for dogs when combined with an equal amount of water. Electrolyte solutions are commonly used when dogs have extended bouts of diarrhea.The K9 Thirst Quencher is a electrolyte solution designed specifically for dogs.

WebMD indicates that some dogs do not like the flavor of electrolyte solutions, so plain water or water mixed with low-salt bouillon sometimes encourages a dog to drink. When a dog suddenly comes down with diarrhea, it is important to withhold food for 24 hours in order to rest the digestive system; this usually stops diarrhea.

WebMD lists potentially serious symptoms that sometimes accompany diarrhea, such as bloody or black stool, vomiting, fever, muscle weakness and depression. If any of these appear or if the diarrhea lasts for more than 24 hours, a veterinarian should be consulted.

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Follow the recommendations for the dosage by weight. Otherwise you may cause electrolyte imbalance.
Pedialyte is an oral electrolyte solution manufactured by Abbott
Are you talking about the tube of Nutrical Stephanie? Feedstores have it so do many pet stores.You can buy Pedilayte anywhere. There is no such thing as "Pet" Pedilayte.
Pedialyte Daily dosages is up to 150 ml per kg of body weight. 16 pounds is equal to 7.25747792 kilograms. 1 ml=1cc. Therefore, you can give 1088.621 cc. report this answer. Updated
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There is no limit to the amount of Pedialyte one can give a dog. There is no medication in Pedialyte, it is just a drink enriched with electrolytes. ...
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