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  SixthSinEnvy  |  39

They aren't. I dropped mine a couple of months back and my friend's dog got to it. Panicked, I looked up if vomiting should be induced or if we should run him to the vet. Apparently the birth control given to humans is weak compared to what's given to cats or dogs. It shouldn't even affect them in the slightest.

  tipsy2013  |  24

#37, you can just take another one and make up for it by (a) not taking the pill for 8 days instead of 7 during period week or (b) just start the next pack of pills a day early. So missing just one pill isn't a huge deal.

  Mauskau  |  35

I dropped one a month or so ago and its lost in my room somewhere, I had to take one from elsewhere in the pack now I have to start mine on Sunday rather than Monday :(

By  Jiratias  |  36

Funny how cats (especially mine actually) refuse to eat any pill when you try to give him one, but would eat directly something that is not meant for them.

  MandieL  |  27

My dogs the same. If I have to give her something, I pretend to drop something I'm chopping up and she snaps it up without even thinking about it. If I try to give it to her by hand, she looks at me like I'm crazy.

  riffehunter  |  16

a truck I use dog is to wrap his pill up in a slice of deli meat, and then to quickly give him another piece of meat before he can spit out the pill.