Aspirin, a common name for acetylsalicylic acid), is a type of anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medication used to treat mild to moderate pain and to reduce fever or inflammation. The drug comes in tablet form and is given orally.
Typical Dosage: 1 (5 grain) tablet added to 250 mL of drinking water, changed after 12 hours. An alternative is 4 'baby aspirin' (80 mg/ea) added to 250 mL of drinking water.
Caution. Don’t administer aspirin in poultry concurrently receiving tetracycline, insulin, allopurinol or other NSAID drugs.