As with most medications and supplements, the dosage of Valerian root depends on the size of the dog. The general rule of thumb offered by Schnauzerama is to give a dog 4 milligrams of Valerian root per pound if using th... More »

Owners can give doges 500 milligrams of glucosamine for every 25 pounds of body weight, states Dogs Naturally. It is unlikely for a dog to overdose on glucosamine. More »

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Dogs can be given aspirin once or twice a day for short-term pain relief only. Large dogs weighing 50 to 100 pounds can be given one regular aspirin tablet and dogs over 100 pounds can be given two regular aspirin. Walke... More »

According to the ASPCA, glucosamine supplements are safe for dogs and are often added to food formulas along with vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids. Some veterinarians feel that glucosamine is especially beneficial for a... More »

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Dietary changes, nutritional supplements, weight reduction, exercise and medications are some arthritis remedies for dogs, according to the ASPCA. Physical therapy and surgery are other treatment options, states WebMD. More »

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The amount of food to feed a dog varies depending on the dog's age, activity level, size and type of food. Puppies typically require more food than adult dogs because of the amount of calories they burn. Commercial dog f... More »

Pet Education explains that healthy dogs produce all the vitamin C they need in their livers and therefore do not need to take vitamin C supplements. The Dog Food Advisor corroborates this, further stating that claims ab... More »

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