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How to give your dog a tablet

Even the best-kept pets will need to take a pill from time to time. But getting our pets to take their medicine can be a real challenge!


Whether their pill is for a worming treatment, or to make them feel better when they're poorly, it's really important that your pet takes their tablets exactly as prescribed by your vet.


Make sure you follow the instructions on the label and always complete the full course.


Giving tablets is often easier said than done. If you are having difficulties, we recommend a demonstration. Please see this link for some top tips for helping the medicine go down:


https://www.vets-now.com/pet-care-advice/how-do-i-give-my-dog-a-pill/

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