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How to give your dog drugs

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webeagle12    869

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Obi-Wan Kenobi    1,083

LOL! Good one! :D

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jnelsoninjax    8,548

I am wondering how I would do this for cats? My daughter suggested that we would have to hide the medication in soft food. Either way this is really good! :D

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n_K    1,641

Haha yeah good luck! Every time we tried that, the dog would eat all the margarine and left the pill/tablet! It knew we hid it in there haha

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DirtyLarry    2,073

I am wondering how I would do this for cats? My daughter suggested that we would have to hide the medication in soft food. Either way this is really good! :D

I know as I currently have a 1 year old dog I am trying to give medication to (has some stomach issues to sort, nothing serious hopefully), and they actually make treats specifically for both cats and dogs that are "pockets," so you put the pill in the pocket treat, then make it a ball, and if they eat it quick enough, they think it is only a treat.

Unfortunately my dog is already hip to the game, so the little ****** eats everything except the pill then spits the pill out. I am actually trying to capture the whole thing on video as it is damn amusing.

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jerzdawg    338

I am wondering how I would do this for cats? My daughter suggested that we would have to hide the medication in soft food. Either way this is really good! :D

I had to do this.... Wasn't easy. Basically put a little butter on the pill, opened up my cats mouth by hand... Shove it down there. My dogs were always easy... Used peanut butter or a slice of cheese

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Pupik    452

What happened to that hat that he always wear in these stupid memes?

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