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can the pill dispece be use for dogs that have a wide big mouth ?

my boxer who is 65 pounds is giving me a hard time to get her meds down her throat i have even tried the wet can way and she fights me and then ends up spitting out the meds and along with the can dog food . she is now not a eater in the moring and some times in the eveing. just has been going on since she has been on her stamach meds because she gets episodes of loose stool because she has a sensivtive stamach so she has to have her meds 2 times a day. she gets no treats and when i can not watch her she is in her kennel. she is on the wellness simple solutions lamb and oatmeal she has a habit that fs she gets tired of that food she will pretty much not want to eat but she has no choice as far as the food thats what the vet told me to feed her so i am sticking to that. and on top of that she is a very picky eater. i wont give in and if she does not eat oh well its not like this has happened before with her in the past. she is not starven i just would like a simple more eayer way to get those meds down her throat with out her fight ing me twice a day.
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Have you tried "pill pockets"? Dogs love them and the pill usually goes down with it. I have yet to see a pill come back out with a pill pocket. Special treat "logs" sold at most pet stores might help. Dogs also love. Not as soft as the pill pocket, but you can give that a try too. Good luck.
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If the meds are in pill form, just put some peanut butter on a spoon, then put the meds on top of the peanut butter. Your pup should lick up the peanut butter without even knowing that the meds were there. Hope that helps!
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