No. Dogs bodies metabolize medications differently than human bodies do. Lunesta is a prescription sleep medication and that means the dosage has been made for your body weight not your dogs. You can kill your dog by giving them medicine. Do not ever give your dog any medication unless a licensed veterinarian has instructed you to do so and has given you a safe drug dosage for that animals weight. I am a veterinary nurse and I have seen animals die because owners give their pet medicine that is not intended for animal use. Make sure you keep all medicines away from where your dog can reach.
Most medications for humans are the same for our pets, except generally a smaller dose. Safety depends more on the size of the dog and the strength of medication. Of course, always best to ask your veterinarian. I typically will cut a pill in 1/4ths for my dogs. They weight around 10lbs. The 1/4th is only a 2mg lunesta.
Lunesta is a sedative. It will make you fall asleep. Lunesta is used to treat insomnia. Lunesta may cause side affects that may decrease your reaction time.
No Lunesta is only used to treat chronic insomnia.
What if my dog ate my lunesta pill
I wouldn't recomend it because it's made for people. Not dogs. If you use it on your dog, he/she could become sick or die.
Any kind of prescribed sleeping pills like lunesta or ambien...
The actress who plays a school teacher in the Lunesta commercial is Lara Cox.
Yes, take 4.
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