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An Article from our September 2019 issue

Tylenol


Acetaminophen (Tylenol, etc.) is an analgesic and antipyretic for dogs, but not anti-inflammatory. Not really an NSAID! Dog dosage is: 4.5-6.8 mg/lb (10-15 mg/kg) q8h, PO. There is a hepatotoxicity potential. Tylenol lacks GI toxicity. Can be most useful for dogs in opioid combinations, particularly for cancer pain, but also popular postoperative use as Tylenol #3 or #4. Can combine with traditional NSAIDs and reduce doses of each. ACETAMINOPHEN IS VERY TOXIC FOR CATS!

Ralph Harvey, DVM, MS, DACVAA
Gulf-Atlantic Vet Conf, 10:17

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