Sure you can, but that doesn't mean it's a wise decision. Consult your vet if your dog is in pain or is vomiting/nauseated. There are less aggressive and less risky treatments such as pepto bismol or kao-pec. You can reasonably expect most mammals to be able to tolerate medication used on other mammals; what the non-qualified individual should leave to the professionals is dosage because animals have different metabolism rates and their bodies uptake and process medications at different rates than humans (especially). You may be able to find an answer more to your liking at a pet support site, but watch out - those folks will chew an arm and leg off if they think you're playing veterinarian. If you love your pet, call your vet.
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