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Answered by Elaine
Actually I have never heard of giving your pets tynelol. I would seek professional advice.
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Hi there, Unfortunately NO it is not safe to give to your pet and especially so with cats. Tylenol contains Acetaminophen which can be very toxic to cats and dogs....
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Hi Elaine, pills can definitely be a nuisance. Really the best course of action is to try to open your dog’s mouth and insert the pill directly as far back as poss...
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There are a couple of non-prescription options that can help a cat with arthritis. One is to assess their weight and if they are carrying a few extra pounds, then put ...
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Erin, symptoms of arthritis in cats can be subtle and easily missed. They may have an obvious limp and that makes it easy to see that something’s wrong. Other signs in...
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Vitamins are only useful if your girl’s diet is deficient and none are specifically helpful with pain after exercising. When it comes to herbal supplements, there are ...
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Rabbit pellets are not harmful for your dog. Dogs are omnivores, which means they have evolved to eat and digest both meat and plant matter, a bit like humans. Bunny...
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Annie, your cat sounds like a real sweetheart! Inflammatory bowel disease isn’t something that can be cured, but it can indeed be managed so he can live a normal life....
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Carla, dermatitis has a number of causes and if your cat responded to a steroid shot (which has an anti-inflammatory effect) it’s possible she is being treated for all...
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Carla, it’s good that you recognize that you have to be careful with supplements because when it comes to some nutrients, too much can be as harmful as too little. Vit...
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