1. MiraLAX



Administering small doses of MiraLAX on your dog provide fast relief for pain and discomfort of constipation. Although this type of laxative is vet-approved as a relatively safe medicine, you should maintain a proper dosage.

Well, the best way to go about that is, of course, working with a veterinarian to give you an accurate dosage that’s suitable for your particular dog. Giving your dog too much of MiraLAX can lead to stomach upsets and excessive diarrhea, which can cause dehydration.
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