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Erin H. May.
January 01, 2011
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Dealing with ticks and fleas on dogs or cats can be a real headache. Every product reports to be the best flea and tick medicine for dogs and cats on the market now, like Advantage II or Comfortis, but picking the right one for your pet can be tricky! We'd like to simplify the process with this convenient chart.
Perme-thrin; Imidacloprid; Pyriproxyfen Monthly; topical
Fipronil; S-methoprene Monthly; topical
Fipronil Monthly; topical
Imidacloprid; Pyriproxyfen Monthly; topical
Spinosad As prescribed; Oral
Flumethrin; Imidacloprid 8 Months; collar
These medications require a prescription.
Selamectin Monthly; topical
Milbemycin oxime; Spinosad Monthly; oral
Imidacloprid, Moxidectin Monthly; topical
Whatever medication you choose, PetPlus can help. All of the best flea and tick medicine, from Advantage II to Trifexis, can be purchased through PetPlus, and for a fraction of the price you will find anywhere else. PetPlus is a membership program that is designed to make keeping your pet protected and healthy affordable for anybody.
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