Arthrin® Buffered Canine Aspirin are highly palatable, microencapsulated chewable tablets. Use for the temporary relief of pain, inflammation and fever. The formula utilizes a soy based roast beef flavor to create a tasty chewable tablet for dogs.
Administer chewable tablet directly to dog. It is recommended that Arthrin Aspirin be given with food. Give 8-12 mg per one pound of body weight every 12 hours (approximately one tablet per 8-12 lb of body weight every 12 hours).
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4.17 rating based on 6 reviews
Best Product For Our Dog by Charshe from Beautiful Oregon Coast06/25/2012
Oso is our 11 y/o dog who is the love of our lives. This has truly helped him. Thank you for offering it !!
keeps my dog going by ronabq from Albuquerque NM06/29/2013
My 11-year-old, 10-pound rescue has weakened back legs or hips. Her back legs tended to collapse and she was in obvious pain. Not any more. This buffered aspirin product allows her to be her frisky self, pain-free. Her dose is 60 mg three times a day which is just below the 200 mg maximum suggested for her weight. I see that the pills are now scored, which makes it much easier to split. Thank you for that! Ronnie
Non prescription pain relief for older dogs. He likes how they taste, too.
works well by Kit in Tsn from Tucson, AZ06/16/2014
This seems to help our elderly and arthritic beagle. We give it to him twice a day with his food. He will NOT chew it. He will only take it in a pill pocket with his other meds. The vet says it is harder on his stomach than a prescription, but he has shown no ill effects and it is much less expensive than tramadol or rimadyl without the drowsiness.
by pamjb1954 from hampton,tn02/23/2014
the aspirin didn't agree with my dog's stomach so had to quit giving it to him, guess it would depend on the dog
product works by Sam07/10/2013
product seems to work very well when dog is hurting