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If you’re a pet owner, it’s virtually guaranteed that you’ll have to give your pet medication at some point during its lifetime. Depending on the medication, this can be tricky, particularly with cats. We’re here to help get your pets the medication they need with minimal stress and/or damage.
To Give a Cat a Pill
To Give a Dog a Pill
Of course, there are many different ways to accomplish these tasks, so experiment and find what works for you and your pet. As always, check with your vet before administering any medications, and ask your pet insurance carrier if they’ll cover any prescriptions. Many pet insurance plans will cover medications depending on the treatment.
Do you have your own method for giving your pet medication? Let’s see it in the comments!
NOTE: You may also find Pill Pockets for cats. However, I’m running at a 0% success rate with them, as my stubborn cat tends to nibble off the treat part and leave the pill. I hope, for your sake, that your cat is more gullible.