The recommended Benadryl dosage for adult dogs is 1 milligram per pound of body weight every eight hours, according to Veterinary Place. Owners can double the amount if necessary, but they should always consult a veterin... More »

The pediatric dosage of Benadryl, or diphenhydramine, depends on the child's weight and the formula used, according to the St. Louis Children’s Hospital. For example, the recommended dose of liquid 12.5-milligram suspens... More »

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Liquid Benadryl is not recommended for dogs. Experts believe the alcohol percentage in liquid Benadryl is too high to treat dogs safely. Benadryl in pill form is often recommended and safely used as an effective treatmen... More »

The usual dosage of Imodium for dogs is 0.05 to 0.1 milligram per pound every eight hours for one to two days, according to Pet Education. Imodium is a brand of narcotic anti-diarrheal medication used in humans. More »

Tramadol is typically used for chronic pain and post-surgery pain, with the correct dosage for dogs being between 0.5 milligrams and 1.8 milligrams per pounds of body weight, according to Veterinary Place. The veterinari... More »

According to vets, a dog can have Benadryl, but only after consulting a professional veterinarian. Benadryl is given to both dogs and cats to eliminate issues such as eye infections, insect bites, insomnia, anxiety, skin... More »

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petMD reports that Benadryl is often prescribed to treat allergies in dogs. Walker Valley Veterinary Hospital says that dogs can be given 1 milligram of Benadryl per pound of the dog's weight twice a day to control aller... More »