Dogs are our best friends, an unfortunately they're also attractive buddies for fleas, worms, and other parasitic creatures. Fleas will bite and causing itching on your pet's skin, and can also transmit tapeworm. Heartworms are internal parasites transmitted by mosquito bites that clog your dog's arteries and can cause heart failure. Hookworm, roundworm, and whipworm are all pretty gross too. Luckily, Trifexis is an easy monthly preventative medication that stops all of these pests.
Here we cover some frequent questions about Trifexis.
What is Trifexis?
Trifexis is a beef-flavored tablet that you give to your dog to eat once a month. It then gets to work. The primary ingredients in Trifexis are spinosad and milbemycin, which kill adult fleas by attacking their nervous system. You can compare Trifexis to other heartworm and flea and tick medications with our handy comparison chart.
Where Can I Find Trifexis Coupons?
To find manufacturer coupons for Trifexis, check their website. Also, we here at PetCareRx are constantly running promotional deals on various flea & tick and heartworm medications.
What Are Trifexis Side Effects to Look Out For?
Collies should never take Trifexis, since they have an intolerance for milbemycin. Dogs with epilepsy should only be given Trifexis if approved by your vet. If your dog experiences vomiting, itching, ear redness, skin inflammation, loss of appetite, diarrhea, or lethargy, talk to your vet.
What Are Common Trifexis Prices?
Market package prices for Trifexis are in the $120 range, depending on the size of your dog and the dosage you need. Trifexis on PetCareRx is usually available at closer to $100, and on Protection Plus, closer to $80-$90!
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Where Can I Find Trifexis Reviews?
You can read reviews here on PetCareRx! Check out reviews for Trifexis now.
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This information is for informational purposes only and is not meant as a substitute for the professional advice of, or diagnosis or treatment by, your veterinarian with respect to your pet. It has, however, been verified by a licensed veterinarian for accuracy.