How much Pedialyte do I give 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.
Can Pedialyte be harmful to dogs? Pedialyte Has Been Formulated For Humans—Not Dogs
The higher level of sodium can be harmful for dogs. Pedialyte also has extra sugar in it, which may be harmful to diabetic dogs or dogs with diseases who are predisposed to electrolyte imbalances.
Can I give my dehydrated dog Pedialyte? 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.
What can I give my dog for dehydration? If your dog is mildly dehydrated provide your dog with small amounts of water to drink every few minutes or offer your dog pieces of ice to lick. You could also provide your dog with Ringer’s lactate (an electrolyte replacement fluid) to help replenish their lost minerals.