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.
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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