My lab gets six pills a day should i give n him half in the morning and half at night or all at once?
- LaurenLv 64 weeks ago
This is something that only your veterinarian can answer. It depends on the medication. Some medications should be given with food and others without food, as well, so these are other good questions for your vet. Give your vet office a call and they may be able to answer this question over the phone for you.
- CaseyLv 74 weeks ago
That depends entirely on what the meds are. Some are to be given once a day, some twice, some three times. Some meds can't be given congruently. some can. You should follow the instructions given to you by the vet or on the label.
- 4 weeks ago
I can't say for sure, but i think my dog might be slipping me pills.
I've been nodding off at 6pm nearly every night this last few weeks, which is unusual for me. I wake up with a leash around my neck in the garden. a couple of times i thought i'#ve seen my dog sat in my seat watching tv, but laid back like a human. He's drinking beer and eating nuts, but then sees me and bolts out acting all friend like. Like a normal dog! This must be a hallucination right? I must be sleep walking or something. I'm so silly sometimes.
- I want to knowLv 54 weeks ago
It depends what the pills are for. If you got them for a vet, then the vet should have put the instructions on the label.
If you have no instructions, ask, or in the meantime do what you said - half in the morning, half in the evening.
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- Elaine MLv 74 weeks ago
What did your VETERINARIAN tell you to do?
- 4 weeks ago
Depends on the type of medication.... But I would ask your vet to be 100% certain it would be okay.
- R KLv 74 weeks ago
read the directions on the pill bottles.
- Mrs GreenbergLv 64 weeks ago
Try and spread them out throughout the day, if your dog doesn't like taking tablets roll them up in a slice of chicken (the sort you use to make sandwiches.)
- PAMELALv 74 weeks ago
How would we know, ask the vet!