Tussigon And Tramadol Together ?

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Rebels Mom Says:
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My husband just accidentally gave our dog tussigon and tramadol at the same time.
Should I be concerned?



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Verwon Says:

I wish I had an answer for you and everyone else that posts questions about their pets.

However, human and animal physiology can be quite different, thus my knowledge and/or what I can research for someone about the effects of given medications and their uses in humans, may not apply to your dog.

I am always happy to help, if I can, just like others that frequent this website, but it would be remiss of anyone to do so, without knowing the proper information to give you.

Therefore, I must advise you to call your veterinarian and ask.

How is your furry friend doing?

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