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Diane ..... you are fabulous . I know you would know . Took Morty to the Vet today for poor Eating and

others . Thats what the Vet prescribed .

Diane .... You are the Lady , I want to meet . Will you come to Dewey too or just to the annual Picnic from

Greyhound Welfare???

I thank you for your help , that explains .

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When Batman was sick and didn't want to eat, he got a pepcid (regular strength) in the morning and one at night. Big help. It is a very safe things to give. I hope it makes Morty feel better!!!!!

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My greys have been given Pepcid. :)

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We use it all the time :) I miss the chewable... actally the grey vet told me about it. He kept them in his pocket :lol

Now the chewable is the "complete" and it has the calcium crap in it and is really expensive, so we just go with the regular.

Good stuff and it won't react with some meds like other tummy products.

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After surgery Roo got acid reflux, which I guess can happen with deep chested dogs....anyway Pepcid two times a day ( 10 mg) for a 55 pound dog.....shes fine now.

 

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IrskasMom, when the dog is getting nausea or doesn't want to eat, usually what I do is: Give the Pepcid pill, wait @ 45 minutes, then feed dog. I don't put the food out till that point because sometimes they've already gotten a bad impression of that particular meal and won't eat it no matter what. So I wait till the Pepcid has had a chance to work first.

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Monty gets Pepcid or a similar med (now Reglan....) 1/2 hour before his antibiotics, and they really keep him from getting nauseated.

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We've used it on ourselves and on the doggers. No problems, and it has been recommended by several vets we know.

 

We either throw it into their mouths the "traditional way," or wrap it in cheese if we don't want to fight them.

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Oscar took it when he was on the anti inflammatories and then the prednisone.

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LaceyLaine takes it daily as prescribed (pancreatitis) and Cody Angelo also takes it daily as his KBR really upsets his little tummy! :)

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One of my boys gets Pepcid twice a day for acid reflux and the others get it occasionally for upset tummies. We have never had any problems with it and it works great. The 10mg is a really small pill and very easy to pop in the back of their throats 30 min. prior to eating.

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