I would - simply out of consideration.... But keep in mind the size and weight of the dog, the type of pain, and how THAT pain medication works on you - with your size and weight. My Newfoundland has chronic pain in his hips, so I've given him aspirin and (sometimes) 1/2 a 500mg Vicodin - aspirin more commonly - and what a difference it makes.
Might sounds nuts, but the BIGGEST difference I've made in his pain relief is giving him coral calcium tablets.
Turns him back into a puppy for a few hours.
A toy poodle - that might be a tough one.
Most human medicines are not safe for dogs or cats, but you can give a baby aspirin to your dog. I would only do this if you cannot get him to a vet right now. If he is in pain then you should get him to a vet as soon as possible because his pain may be too strong for even a baby aspirin to help him.
You should NOT give your dog or any other animal any kind of human medicine, without the say so of your vet. All species are different, their chemistry is different, specific to each species. That is why lab. Experiments on animals are useless ,stupid and misleading and kill many thousands of people each year. If your dog appears to be in pain you should really take him to your veterinary surgeon so that he can establish the cause of your dogs pain and treat accordingly. Many things for humans are dangerous for animals. For example human chocolate, onion and many other foods are toxic in dogs. Please see your vet. Thank you.
My dog is in some sort of acute pain,if I try to check him he's starts yelping long and loud...it's late at night here, no vet availability till morning...I need to give him some sort of painkiller, what human form of medication could I give him...,thanks
Aspirin. A baby one they have aspirin for dogs at the pet store.
Yes, dogs can have human pain relievers. I would only give the dog half a pain reliever though, just to be on the safe side.
Only if it is Tylenol thats what I Give my 200lb lab