Mary Beth.... thank you. I am however not seeing a dosage/weight chart, still. I have looked at the link and topics on what you posted....what am I missing? I feel silly as I can't seem to find from your link. I have googled this myself several times and searched the forum but can't come up with an exact amount. Do you or anyone else know if I can possibly cause an electrolyte imbalance should I give too much and how much is too much? Thank you again!
Mary Beth, thank you so much for the work you put in on finding this info....you are very kind. All this started late Thursday evening and I did call vet who met me up at the clinic after hours, did X-rays, exam, etc as he had vomited undigested food. I also took him back yesterday for a follow up to make sure they felt he was still getting better. Vet is actually the one who told me I could give him Pedialyte if I had hydration concerns over the weekend.....I don't know why we failed to talk about amounts/dosage. I'm a worrier when it comes to my fur babies large and small and wanted to make sure I am doing everything I can for Quax. We are battling Giardia and Coccidia and best we can tell, his tummy is sensitive after all this and reacted to the second round of meds which we have suspended until he is feeling better. Thank you again so much for your help...so many people on this forum are so nice in responding with ideas and thoughts... very much appreciated!Since this is Sunday, and since Pedialyte won't hurt puppies from what I have read, and if you want to give it to him because you are concerned. I would think 1/2 the amount that is the dose for a 4 year-old child and mix it in water. Then tomorrow morning call the vet.