It is important to ensure the chosen antibiotic is safe for the particular breed of dog as all breeds are affected differently, explains Pets Haven. Safe antibiotics for dogs inlcude cephalexin, penicillin, amoxicillin, ... More »

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Some human antibiotics are safe for dogs. However, antibiotics prescribed to the dog are the only medications that they should be given, according to Fun Times Guide. More »

If a dog experiences nasal discharge, the best thing to do is consult a veterinarian. The most common cause of a clear discharge from a dog's nose is an allergy. If there is a discharge from just one nostril, it is possi... More »

Declawing a dog is not a common practice, according to The Daily Puppy, and not all breeds can be declawed. Some breeders choose to remove a puppy's dewclaws shortly after birth, and some owners choose to have the dewcla... More »

Pepto-Bismol can safely be given to most breeds of dogs in an effort to resolve diarrhea, according to Robert Silver. Do not give it for more than five days and never give it to cats as it is potentially toxic. In additi... More »

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Zyrtec is a popular allergy medicine doctors recommend for human patients, but according to PetMD, in the right dosage, the drug is also safe for dogs and cats. Zyrtec treats standard allergy symptoms as well as pet-spec... More »

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Roundup is safe for dogs and has virtually no health risks when used properly, according to the Roundup website. Once the application of Roundup is finished and the weedkiller has dried, dogs can use the treated areas. More »

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