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Posted by: sharon | 2010/07/21

valium

hi

I need to take my alsation to the vet to have his teeth checked and possibly one pulled, they said I must give him two valiums an hour before we bring him in to calm him as he is a little aggressive , is this okay ??

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Hi Sharon

Yes you can use valium. The dose is 0.5 - 2mg /kg body weight.

Just note that you can geta paradoxical drug reaction that can cause excitment with the dog -this does not often happen but it is important that you know about it.

I hope this inf is of help.

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Posted by: CyberVet | 2010/07/21

Hi Sharon

Yes you can use valium. The dose is 0.5 - 2mg /kg body weight.

Just note that you can geta paradoxical drug reaction that can cause excitment with the dog -this does not often happen but it is important that you know about it.

I hope this inf is of help.

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