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Q. My dog got attacked by 3 dogs snd he hasnt eaten in 3 days and has a bunch of cuts all over him. Can I give him baby asrpirin if so, how much? Hes 70l

A. Aspirin hasn 't got much of a pain relief effect and can have severe collateral effects therefore I recommend that you see your vet to check him over and receive appropriate treatment. It is very likely that he' s going to need antibiotics.

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CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI

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