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www.allfelinehospital.com/first-aid-care.pml

Cats metabolize aspirin very differently than people or dogs, and it take them 48 hours to metabolize one little half of a low dose aspirin. NEVER EVER give your cat Tylenol or Ibuprofen. Tylenol is a caticide. It will shut down your cat's liver, and be a very painful way to die. Ibuprofen will cause acute kidney failure, and ...

www.petcarerx.com/medication-guides/using-aspirin-in-dogs-and-cats-the-bayer-generic/1373?page=all

Sep 30, 2013 ... Aspirin should not be taken by patients with GI ulcers, hemorrhagic disorders, asthma, von Willebrand's disease, hepatic failure, or renal insufficiency. Pregnant pets should not take aspirin during the last stages of their pregnancy due to teratogenic effects. Pets with hypoalbuminemia should take a lesser ...

pets.webmd.com/cats/guide/safe-cat-pain-medications

Jun 18, 2017 ... It can also be administered orally in a liquid form. Your vet might also suggest aspirin, but in small doses. Sometimes it's given in liquid form. Make sure you give the medication exactly as recommended. Cats only need a little bit, and too much or too often can harm them. Don't assume you know the right ...

www.abc.net.au/science/k2/homework/s95551.htm

If you know what you're doing, you can give aspirin to your cat. But cats have different metabolisms to humans, and can break aspirin down only very slowly. So while you can give aspirin to a human at doses of 10mg/kg of body weight every 6 hours, with a cat, you can give the same dose (10 mg/kg) - but every 48 hours, ...

www.franklinanimalclinic.vet/aspirin.pml

Jan 12, 2014 ... Aspirin can be used in cats, BUT REMEMBER THAT A SINGLE DOSE OF ASPIRIN LASTS FOR 3 DAYS WHEN GIVEN TO A CAT!!!!! If you have any concerns about giving your pet aspirin contact your veterinarian first. This information is here to guide you on how much aspirin can be given to your pet.

www.petplace.com/article/drug-library/drug-library/library/acetylsalicylic-acid-aspirin-for-dogs-and-cats

Dosing Information of Acetylsalicylic Acid for Dogs and Cats. Medication should never be administered without first consulting your veterinarian. A typical aspirin dose is 5 to 10 mg per pound (10 to 20 mg/kg) twice daily for dogs, and 5 mg per pound (10 mg/kg) once every other day for cats. The duration of administration ...

www.petmd.com/pet-medication/asprin

USE CAUTION WHEN ADMINISTERING THIS DRUG TO CATS - Use with caution and only with the recommendation of an experienced veterinarian. Cats require a lower dose of aspirin than other pets due to fewer liver enzymes to metabolize the drug. Aspirin is considered very safe for cats at the correct dose.

vetbook.org/wiki/cat/index.php?title=Aspirin

Oct 21, 2014 ... Aspirin is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used in cats with various thrombosis-associated diseases such as aortic thromboembolism and heartworm disease. The recommended dose in cats is 10-25 mg/kg orally once daily, but lower doses are frequently prescribed for cats with other non-life ...

drpollen.blogspot.com/2016/03/aspirin-for-dogs-and-cats-whats-dose.html

Mar 21, 2016 ... Pain in Dogs Ever had a toothache, a backache or a headache? Well chances are your dog has had them too. Dogs also have pain from bite wounds, skin infections, and ear infections. How would you know that your dog is in pain? Look for these signs: quits eating; has less interest in toys or no longer ...