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Old 06-26-2013, 07:49 AM   #31 (permalink)
 

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Thanks for providing information to help make decisions about how to use the drug with our pet! I do believe that itís a perfectly safe medication to give a dog when used properly. But itís always a good idea to consult with the Vet before giving the dog anything out of the ordinary.
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Old 10-27-2013, 11:37 PM   #32 (permalink)
 

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Under a Vets supervision my dogs have gotten Imodium and Pepcid over the years.




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Old 11-02-2013, 09:43 PM   #33 (permalink)
 

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I was reading all the posts....When do you stop giving the Benadryl if it works so well? My 10 mo old female is chewing her paws till they bleed...and her eyes and chin seem very red and irritated. took her to the vet, they gave her a shot, then "prescribed" $258 worth of other items (bathing soaps and creams and pills etc). I said yes to the shot and the take home pills....NOTHING has worked.
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I was reading all the posts....When do you stop giving the Benadryl if it works so well? My 10 mo old female is chewing her paws till they bleed...and her eyes and chin seem very red and irritated. took her to the vet, they gave her a shot, then "prescribed" $258 worth of other items (bathing soaps and creams and pills etc). I said yes to the shot and the take home pills....NOTHING has worked.

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My white pit Bella has a paw reaction to Grass. Cant stop her from going Outside so I'm trying this. Any advice on length of time to give without a break or liver probs after to long of use??? If this works well i figure i'll ween her down to a Minimum does and read up on the half life of It.
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Old 11-20-2013, 02:34 AM   #35 (permalink)
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I give Xena benadryl 2x a day EVERY day and don't see any end to it right now. Whenever I have tried to stop she has a major hives breakout that lasts for days and makes her miserable. A vet recently told me it's a very good long term medicine but it's only an anti-histamine, not an anti-inflammatory, so it really doesn't do anything except help soothe itching if your dog has already had a reaction to something. I guess that's when prednisone and the other prescription meds come in.
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Old 02-17-2014, 05:29 PM   #36 (permalink)
 

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Interesting post. Your have posted all details about Benadryl for Dogs. All information is very helpful for us. You are explain each and everything e.g uses , safety for pet, side effects and doses.Thanks for the information.
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Thanks for providing information to help make decisions about how to use the drug with our pet! I do believe that itís a perfectly safe medication to give a dog when used properly. But itís always a good idea to consult with the Vet before giving the dog anything out of the ordinary.
I completely agree with you. After talking to my Vet and my sister that uses Benadryl quite a lot for her dogs, I decided to look into it. I bought a bottle of Benadryl and went onto the internet to look for the amount to give my dogs. I found a chart, which I can share is: Benadryl For Dogs | Any Dog Rescue What I did was print the page, then cut out the chart and put it onto my refrigerator. Since I have two pitbulls, both vary in weight, I have this chart to look at when I need to give them some benadryl for their anxiety, which they get often.
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hey guys so I have a question, I give my 18 month old pit 50 mg 2x a day, in the morning and at night, ive been doing it for a few months now bc she gets really bad rashes and bumps on her back. the Benadryl completely took care of the bumps but when she goes outside she still gets rashes. idk if I should increase the dose or not bc I don't want her to get drowsy or accustomed to such a high dosage. also, for the last 3 days shes been a pain to take the pills, before id wrap them in a slice of cheese, turkey, or ham and shed gobble it up right away. I think she figured me out and I cant getr her to fall for my tricks, ive tried putting them in gunmmy bears, no luck, I tried hiding it in her hard food hoping she would just eat it unknowingly, no luck, ive been crushing up the pills and mixing it w peanut butter but shes catching on, how could I get her to like these tings? thanks guys!!
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