Arthrin Canine Aspirin 300 mg For Larger Dogs (100 Chewable Tablets)
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|Active Ingredients per (Tablet)|
Inactive Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Starch, Artificial Liver Flavor, Stearic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, FD&C Yellow #6, FD&C Blue #2.
Consult your veterinarian prior to administering this or any other drug to your dog. Individual results may vary.
This product should not be given to puppies less than six(6) months old. Do not use if product appears to be tampered with or seal is broken. Store product in cool, dry place. Avoid temperature above 86 F.
|Dog Weight:||Number of Chewables:|
|30-59 lbs.||1 chewable every 12 hrs.|
|60-120 lbs.||2 chewable every 12 hrs|
CAUTION: Not For use in cats. Not for human use. Keep out of reach of children, pets and other animals. Safe use in pregnant animals or intended for breeding has not been proven.
Do not use in dogs that are sensitive to aspirin or dogs with concurrent gastrointestinal disease or ulcers, bleeding problems, and in those with liver or kidner impairment. If lameness persists of more that three days, discontinue use and contact a veterinarian. If vomiting, diarrhea, depression or loss og appetite, or darkening of the stool occurs, stop administration and consult your veterinarian.
Do not give aspirin to dogs currently on anticoagulants or on medication to treat arthritis unless directed to do by a veterinarian.