Most dogs have a hard time digesting dairy products and should not be given milk, according to The Daily Puppy. Dogs that consume dairy products tend to exhibit symptoms such as diarrhea or an upset stomach. More »

Aspirin is safe for dogs to consume on a short-term basis and under the direction of a veterinarian, according to WebMD. Prolonged use of aspirin may result in side effects such as internal bleeding. Coated aspirin is ge... More »

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According to Pet Education, milk of magnesia, an antacid, is safe to give to a dog when directed by a veterinarian. Though it is an over-the-counter medication, it has not received FDA approval for use with small animals... More »

The Daily Puppy reports that the first stage of dog labor lasts anywhere from 16 to 24 hours. It indicates that the second stage of dog labor can last as long as 12 hours. More »

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Although cheese and other dairy products are difficult for dogs to digest and can cause diarrhea and digestive issues, cheese is not toxic to dogs. Dogs do not possess enough lactase, which helps break down dairy, making... More »

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Dogs should not consume milk. Doing so can cause digestive issues such as stomachaches and diarrhea in dogs, because dogs do not have high amounts of the lactase enzyme that breaks down lactose from dairy products. Altho... More »

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Veterinarians don't recommend giving cow's milk to dogs, as it can cause diarrhea. Newborn puppies can drink their mother's milk. If puppies do not have access to their mother's milk, the owner can provide a commercial c... More »

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