My 12 pound dog at one AZO cranberry pill ?
She is a 2 year old pug and I dropped one pill and she ate a little more than half of it before it fell out of her mouth.
- MaxiLv 72 months ago
More information https://www.preventivevet.com/cats/cranberry-and-y... the ingredients on human grade cranberry pills such as if it contains xylitol which is toxic for dogs
- MatthewLv 72 months ago
Not going to hurt the dog one little bit if she had a cranberry pill. Don't worry about things like that but bear in mind the aspirin in Tylenol can be very toxic to a dog and so can chocolate
- bluebonnetgrannyLv 72 months ago
They make AZO for dogs but not at the same strength you would take. A one time pill as strong as you take can cause problems with your dog. Serious side effects. For peace of mind find out what the side effects are.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
The ingredients LOOK okay... but it is a diuretic or will cause diuretic action (making the dog to want to pee) and should normally be taken with plenty of water, so make sure the dog has plenty and is let OUT more often or you may have a "puddle".
I could only find side-effects for people, including but not limited to vomiting & diarrhea...
Your other option is to consult (for a $60 fee) the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
I didn't see anything in the ingredients list that concerned me. My main concern was xylitol (artificial sweetener often on coating of pills that kills dogs) and it was absent.
Wee bit of pure cranberry isn't going to hurt your dog. It's when the cranberry is processed with raisin that's a problem.