New Flea & Heartworm Prevention in One Tablet!
Trifexis is the most complete dog preventative monthly tablet veterinary medicine has ever seen!
Ever heard of it? The fabulous Comfortis (pronouced Come-FOR-tiss) flea pill for dogs combined with the safe and effective milbemycin= Trifexis(pronounced Try-fex-iss). Now you do not have to give Comfortis and a different heart worm prevention! You can just give one monthly product!
Did You Know?
Trifexis active ingredients are Spinosad and Milbemycin.
Trifexis is a once-a-month yummy flavored tablet for dogs that kills fleas and prevents heart worm infection. It also prevents and controls the intestinal worm infections: hookworms, roundworms, and whipworms.
Call All Pet Care Hospital and ask or mention the new flea and heart worm pill Trifexis at your next check-up to learn the ideal preventatives for your pet. You will save time and money!
Letter to Our Clients,
The most up to date, progressive parasite prevention products include Trifexis, Revolution feline, Advantage Multi, Advantix, Comfortis, Heartgard Plus, Interceptor & Preventic.
We have decided to phase out supplying the following: Advantage, Frontline, Sentinel and canine Revolution only.
In our attempts to better serve you, we occasionally find it necessary to re-evaluate which veterinary products best fit with our practice standards.
We would like to stress that the efficacy of these products was not a factor in this decision. Our goal in making this change is simply to improve our ability to provide you with the best service possible. Eliminating the above products will allow us to stay on top of new developments in veterinary medicine by making room for newer products as they come to market.
For those of you who wish to continue using these products, Advantage & Frontline are readily available over the counter at the large pet stores, Revolution & Sentinel can be bought through online pharmacies. We will happily approve prescriptions, just give us a call then order from the online pharmacy of your choice.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause however we believe that our decision will improve our ability to provide all of our clients with the most up to date progressive veterinary care.
Dr. Singh & Dr. Springer
If your pet undergoes an off-label treatment, typically used for treatment of demodectic mange, with the drug ivermectin, you must not use spinosad, one of the active ingredients in Trifexis. Serious, and possibly deadly side-effects have been reported from the combination of spinosad and ivermectin.
Pharmaceutical Industry Today official news release
Note August 15, 2011:
Many people have been commenting on this website asking about their personal dogs. If you are not a registered client of All Pet Care Hospital, we cannot answer medical questions regarding your pet. Please, please, call your family veterinarian for personal advice!