I just realize how much I admire people who provide the very best care for their special-needs dogs. Imagine how hard it is to deal with a puppy or dog who doesn't like to drink their medicine. Owners have to devise ingenious ways in order for these dogs to take it in.
|Deworming China is effortless. He just loves seeing Albendazole Microzole's blue color being fed to him.|
I am blessed to have pups that are quite cooperative when it comes to drinking vitamins and deworming medicine just like their mom.
|Not only does PJ, Chooey's first born Shih Tzu mix, enjoy drinking from the syringe, but he expects to be given more. I guess Microzole (the dewormer I am using) does "taste" good.|
Administering Medicines to Dogs Orally
Having problems with giving your dogs medicine? Here are some techniques you should try.
1. Putting the liquid solution in a syringe and injecting it inside the pocket of your dog's mouth slowly.
2. Slathering it with peanut butter or cheese spread to conceal the medicine's scent from your dog.
3. Putting it inside his food or doggy treat (*cough* hotdog) or sprinkling the crushed contents in your dog's food.
So which is it?
|Older dogs require something more creative. I stuffed the Canex deworming tablet into a piece of hotdog. Whitey came back asking for more. ^____^|