What Drugs Can You Safely Share With Your Dog? Which Are Unsafe?

A guide to having your medicine chest do double duty for you and your pet.

About one quarter of all phone calls to the Animal Poison Control Center are about human medications, says the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). “Your pet can easily ingest dropped pills or may be given harmful human medications by an unknowing owner, resulting in illness, or even death, for your pet.” At the same time, […]
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