Dog Health

How to Give Medicine to Dogs

Let's be honest - dear lotuses - when you were young, you were coaxed by your relatives to take medicine while crying short, long tears or being "tricked" into taking medicine without knowing anything. You may or may not already know all the tricks of adults, so let's review the "tricks" to give medicine to dogs with Begy to apply to your pets!

Let’s be honest – dear lotuses – when you were young, you were coaxed by your relatives to take medicine while crying short, long tears or being “tricked” into taking medicine without knowing anything. You may or may not already know all the tricks of adults, so let’s review the “tricks” to give medicine to dogs with Begy to apply to your pets!

Method 1: Hide the pill in your pet’s favorite food

Even if you know what they like, please avoid attracting her with junk food like candy or chips that create bad habits, but choose healthy pet foods like meat, cheese, peanut butter, or yogurt. Ground meats such as beef, chicken, pork, or pushing pills into the sausage will easily fool them. Make sure that the tablet is mixed with food and cannot fall out.
Hide the pill in your pet's favorite food
Hide the pill in your pet’s favorite food
This will work if the pet swallows quickly without chewing the food. You may have to try a few times. Some children can separate the medicine from the food in their mouth, and then release it. In this case, you should try again. If it doesn’t work, don’t worry, let Begy show you more plans! 

Method 2: Pretend you want to eat the pill

You will become an actor, show that you like this food, and purposely get the dog’s attention. The key point is to get your pet to crave what you’re eating.
Then, you pretend to drop a few pieces when eating, the pet will fall into a trap when waiting to eat. And wait until the silly cat/dog picks up and eats the pill!

Method 3: Crush the pill

A simpler way is to consult your veterinarian to see if the drug can be crushed. If possible, powdered and liquid medications can make it easier to take them. Then you mix the medicine with your pet’s food – you should mix it with wet foods. A small amount of medicine will certainly not be noticed by the pet and will eat well. Some pills will not be able to use this way because it is too bitter, so please choose the direct option!

Method 4: Put the pill in the pet’s mouth

Of course, with this last option, you need to coax and pet her gently. You extend the pet’s jaws from behind the mouth with one hand. Then, use your other hand to lift the roof of her throat. Draw your pet’s lips away from his teeth to prevent biting. You should do it slowly and avoid covering her nose with your hand. Insert the pill deep in to prevent it from spitting out.
Put the pill in the pet's mouth
Put the pill in the pet’s mouth
Then gently close your pet’s mouth and rub your hand over his throat after he has swallowed the medicine so that the swallowing process goes smoothly. This helps stimulate the swallowing reflex and forces the pet to swallow the medicine.
You should pay attention when inserting the medicine into the mouth, pay attention to the nails that can cause pain, and if possible, you can ask for help from a loved one.
After your pet has taken the medicine, you should reward him with snacks he likes. This will create good habits that will make the pet feel less afraid of having to give medicine to dogs.

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