VetOne Aspirin Medication for Pain for Dogs & Horses, 1 pound

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

This Aspirin Powder is specifically formulated to help reduce fever in dogs and horses. One of the benefits of using a powder over a pill is that it’s easy to dose for your pet and disguise in his favorite food. Each 0.5 oz. (1 level tablespoon) contains 7,080 mg of acetylsalicylic acid, with sucrose and added apple flavoring. That means your companion can get the medication he needs with an enjoyable flavor he’ll love.

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Questions & Answers

4 Customer Questions


can this be used for dogs with arthritis. or dogs with hip problems
Answer by ChewyNov 07, 2019
Due to your pets specific health concern, we recommend consulting your Veterinarian to see what would be the safest fit for your pets current treatment plan.

can this be used for cats?
Answer by ChewyAug 06, 2019
This powder is formulated for use with dogs, cattle, horses, sheep, swine and poultry.

Is this also used as a pain reliever for dogs? And can it help to reduce inflammation?
Answer by ChewyAug 06, 2019
This item is specifically formulated to help reduce fever in dogs and horses. We recommend consulting with your vet before starting a new medication.

how much do I give to a 8lb dog
Answer by ChewyDec 22, 2021
For dogs, administer 0.30-2.0 grams orally. Please consult with your veterinarian for more information.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By dogmom on Dec 4, 2021

Do not recommend

There were NO dosing instructions. Trying to return.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Kirsten on Feb 14, 2021

Works well

Dosage is slightly confusing but after talking to my vet to determine the correct amount I learned that daily usage can cause stomach ulcers. I do notice a difference in my dog. But we are only going to use it if I notice her struggling.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sandy on Apr 3, 2021

Dog aspirin powder

I’m hoping that this will help when I’m out of the tablets


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Mintpatty on Apr 27, 2020

Unusable aspirin powder

The product has no dosing instructions, so I have not been able to administer it to my arthritic dog The label lists it as being usable for just about any farm animal. But no directions for use. It is sitting on my shelf. Hopefully I will receive said instructions after writing this review. This is the first item from Chewy that was not satisfactory. I have been a loyal customer for several years.and have always been happy using their auto ship service. The other products I have purchased from them have always met or exceeded my expectations.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Fatman203 on Apr 18, 2020

Best value for the price.

One pound of granulated aspirin with apple flavoring. Much less expensive than pills. I use this to help with my dogs arthritis pain. I just sprinkle it over my dog's food. The dosages are in portions of ounces which is a little confusing. Once you figure that out and convert it to fractions of a teaspoon it's easy. That said, you can/should call your vet to confirm safe dosage amounts for any medication.