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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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DrJ

Aspirin,Tylenol or Advil?

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DrJ

I have a 8yr. old lab that is healthy and not overweight.After a full day of hunting last year he was a little stiff the next morning.I gave him a baby aspirn and that seemed to help. Anyone know which medication would work best.He weighs 68lbs.Thanks for any info. DrJ( I'm not a vet.)

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Bryce

Bufferin. Easier on the dogs stomach.

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duckbuster

I was told my vet to use Ascripton, something like that. I leave a bottle up at the shack so I'm not 100% sure on the spelling.

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BBL Resident

Ascription - was also recommended by my vet for dog's.

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DrJ

Thanks to all who replied. I picked up some Ascriptin to use if needed. Good Hunting DrJ.

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Swamp Scooter

Ascriptin is recommended for the buffer.

DO NOT FEED YOUR DOG IBUPROFEN!!!! It is poisonous to them. Aspirin will work as well as anything unless there is reall extended pain and then Rimadyl is used but not on younger dogs as there are some liver stresses involved.

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