How much Pedialyte do I give to my dog? Unless otherwise directed by your veterinarian, you may offer your dog a few laps of solution to drink every 1-2 hours. The recommended dose is approximately 2-4 mL of Pedialyte per pound of body weight. The solution can also be frozen and offered as ice cubes.
What happens if I give my dog Pedialyte? Pedialyte Can Make Vomiting Dogs Worse in Some Cases
Attempting home remedies may delay veterinary care, making a worse overall prognosis in some pets. Even more damaging, providing Pedialyte to a vomiting dog who continues to vomit can actually make dehydration and electrolyte imbalances worse.
Can I give my dog any kind of Pedialyte? In small amounts, Pedialyte is safe for most dogs, however, it’s important to talk to a vet before giving your dog any treatment, including over-the-counter products such as Pedialyte. If your dog is ill or has vomiting or diarrhea, Pedialyte may not be enough to keep them hydrated.
Can I put Pedialyte in my dogs water? Yes! Pedialyte can be given to your pup to recover from dehydration. Dogs can drink Pedialyte just like people do (it’s one of the few things you can give your dog to drink besides water), and they can experience the same benefits it provides. For example, Pedialyte helps to replenish lost electrolytes.