When it comes to protecting our pets, we want to have the product that covers them from head to toe, from all the nasty parasites in our area. If you and your pets live in one of the many places in the US where fleas, ear mites, ticks, and heartworms are a problem, then Revolution for Dogs or Revolution for Cats could be your answer. These medications protect against all these pests, and they even protect against other internal parasites like roundworm and hookworm, too!
Using Revolution for Dogs
Revolution is a topical medication, or "spot-on," given to dogs once a month, and is for use year round. To administer Revolution, part the hair between your dog’s shoulder blades and apply the contents of the medication tube to their skin. Revolution is sold in different packages that are meant for dogs of different weight.
What About Revolution for Cats?
Cats can also get the complete protection of Revolution. Like Revolution for Dogs, it's a once-a-month topical application. Revolution comes in tubes that are a single dosage and that double as the applicator -- simply squeeze the medication onto your cat's back between the shoulder blades. Be careful to get the medicine onto your pet's skin, and not simply their fur.
Revolution contains the medicine selamactin, which is a semi-synthetic antiparasitic agent, which means it interferes with the nervous system of insects and worms, and causes them to die.
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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.