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Q. What human pain meds can you give a dog?

A. I wouldn't recommend giving any human pain medication to your dog as most of them are toxic and those that aren't have such a narrow toxic range it isn't worth the risk, they can also cause liver and kidney failure. If your dog is in pain it needs appropriate veterinary examination and treatment.

Answered By
JULIA HENWOOD



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