…containing 3 or 6 monthly doses. Generic Name: Fipronil plus Permethrin (Common Drug Name). Common Brand Name: Effitix Topical Solution for Dogs (Virbac) ). Dose and Administration: Effitix should be used one a month or as directed. Wait at least 30 days before re-application. Take one applicator…Description
- Kills fleas and ticks fast.
- Kills and repels 4 of the most common tick species.
- Kills and repels mosquitoes and repels biting fleas too!
- Kills biting and chewing lice.
- Aids in the control of mites.
- Kills parasites that can transmit disease to your dog.
- Easy to use.
- Once a month dosing is convenient.
- Stays effective even after bathing, water immersion, or exposure to rain or sunlight.
Possible Side Effects: Side effects are rare but are always possible when using any pesticide product. Some dogs may experience some temporary irritation at the site of application. If you notice irritation in the spot(s) where Effitix was applied, bathe your dog with mild soap or shampoo and rinse with generous amounts of warm water. If signs of sensitivity are not resolving or if your dog displays any usual symptoms after an application, contact your veterinarian immediately for further instructions. If your dog has an unusual reaction to the initial application, do not re-apply until you consult with your veterinarian.
Drug and Food Interactions: Certain medications can interact with pesticides. Do not use this medication and talk to your veterinarian before use if your dog is currently receiving another flea/tick product. Tell your veterinarian about any medications, vitamins, or supplements your dog is taking prior to applying Effitix to makes sure it is safe to apply.
Precautions: Do not use Effitix on dogs under 12 weeks of age. Dogs may experience some temporary irritation at the site of product application. Consult with a veterinarian and use Effitix cautiously on medicated, debilitated, aged, pregnant/nursing dogs, or animals known to be sensitive to pesticides.
Storage: Store Effitix in its original packaging at room temperature away from children and pets.
…Ivermectin and pyrantel Pamoate (Commmon Drug Name). These ingredients are the same as what is in Heartgard Plus). Common Brand Name:Iverhart Plus (Virbac) . Dose and Administration: Iverhart Plus is an oral medication. Each tablet is chewable and flavored with pork and liver. This medication is…Description
- Generic alternative to Heartgard Plus so each dose is more economical.
- Works to protect your dog from heartworm infection plus it helps to prevent and treat roundworms and hookworms(common intestinal parasites).
- Tablets are highly palatable so most dogs accept them readily.
- One dose once a month is all it take to keep your dog protected!!
- Tablets contain pork and liver flavoring so dogs who have allergies to beef can take this medication safely.
Possible Side Effects: Most dogs tolerate Iverhart Plus well if it is given at the recommended dose. Side effects can sometimes occur and include vomiting, diarrhea, incoordination, convulsions, and drooling. Some dogs can be truly allergic to this medication or to the parasites dying off. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include facial swelling, hives, scratching, sudden onset of diarrhea, vomiting, shock, seizures, pale gums, cold limbs, and coma. If you notice any of these signs, call your vet or the local veterinary emergency center as this requires immediate treatment. If your dog is acting unusual in any way after giving this medication, contact your veterinarian immediately for further instructions.
Drug and Food Interactions: No drug or food interactions have been reported with Iverhart Plus. Make sure you tell your veterinarians about any other medications, vitamins, or supplements your dog is taking before starting Iverhart Plus. If you are giving any other preventative medications to your dog, tell your veterinarian before giving this one.
Precautions: Puppies under 6 weeks of age should not take this medication. Pregnant and nursing dogs can generally take this medication safely but always check with your veterinarian before using it. Certain breeds can be sensitive to the Ivermectin in Iverhart Plus. These breeds include Collies and other herding breeds. Ivermectin sensitivity is more common when higher doses are given but it is important to discuss the safety of this medication with your veterinarian if you own one of these breeds of dog. Your dog will need a blood test to look for heartworm disease before starting.
Use Pyoben medicated shampoo to treat skin infections and fungal growth topically. It also promotes wound healing and is safe for use in dogs, cats, and horses of all ages.What is Pyoben…