She has hip displatia
No you can't. Aspirin should never be given to children or teens because of a complication called reyes syndrome which can be very serious. Her dr needs to prescribe something for her for pain. For now you're probably limited to acetaminophen.
She is talking about a dog not a child
It is usually best just to give plain aspirin, not combination pills that humans use. It is advised that dogs can have plain aspirin 10-25mg per 2.2lbs two or three times a day. So one 325mg aspirin in your dogs case.
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