Available in-house:

Bravecto- Flea and tick prevention, must be given every 3 months. Comes in topical or oral formulas (oral available in-house). In some cases, your veterinarian may recommend this medication every two weeks to treat certain skin conditions.

Cheristin- Monthly topical flea prevention. Over the counter (does not need a current exam). One size fits all. Please call if you notice any hair loss, redness or irritation at the site of application. *cats only*

Revolution

Monthly topical flea and heartworm prevention. Revolution should be applied once a month for consistent treatment of fleas and prevention of heartworm disease. Please call if you notice any vomiting, diarrhea or changes in your pets’ appetite. *kitten/puppy size only available in-house*


Simparica Trio

Oral monthly flea, tick, and heartworm preventative as well as dewormer. Need a current heartworm test to refill. Should be administered once a month as consistently as possible, please call if you miss a dose. Please call if you notice any vomiting, diarrhea or changes in your pets’ appetite. *dogs only*


Trifexis

Oral monthly flea and heartworm prevention. Trifexis should always be given with a small meal. Your pet should be supervised for the first hour after administration every month. Please call if your pet vomits after administration as we may recommend that you administer an additional dose. Do not give at the same time as any other medications, as this increases the instance of vomiting. Trifexis should be administered once a month as consistently as possible, please call if you miss a dose. *dogs only*


Available on our online pharmacy:

All of the above, as well as:

Advantage Multi

Topical monthly flea and heartworm preventative. Advantage Multi should be applied (topically) once a month for consistent treatment of fleas and prevention of heartworm disease. Please call if you notice any vomiting, diarrhea or changes in your pets’ appetite. In some cases, your veterinarian may recommend this medication every two weeks to treat certain skin conditions.


Capstar

Immediate oral (or rectal) flea killer. NOT a preventative, will only kill fleas that are on the pet at that time. Safe to give every day, however, not cost effective.


Comfortis

Oral monthly flea prevention. Comfortis should always be given with a small meal. Your pet should be supervised for the first hour after administration every month. Please call if your pet vomits after administration as we may recommend that you administer an additional dose. Do not give at the same time as any other medications, as this increases the instance of vomiting.


Credelio

Oral monthly flea and tick prevention. Very palatable. Best given with Interceptor Plus for complete coverage of parasites. In some cases, your veterinarian may recommend this medication every two weeks to treat certain skin conditions. *dogs only*


Interceptor

Oral monthly heartworm preventative. Need current heartworm test to refill. Interceptor should be administered once a month as consistently as possible, please call if you miss a dose. Please call if you notice any vomiting, diarrhea or changes in your pets’ appetite. *dogs only*


Interceptor Plus

Oral monthly heartworm preventative and dewormer. Need a current heartworm test to refill. Interceptor should be administered once a month as consistently as possible, please call if you miss a dose. Please call if you notice any vomiting, diarrhea or changes in your pets’ appetite. *dogs only*

Heartgard

Oral monthly heartworm preventative. Need a current heartworm test to refill. Heartgard should be administered once a month as consistently as possible, please call if you miss a dose. Please call if you notice any vomiting, diarrhea or changes in your pets’ appetite. This chewable tablet must be chewed or crumbled to achieve desired effect. *dogs only*


Heartgard Plus

Monthly heartworm preventative and dewormer. Need a current heartworm test to refill. Should be administered once a month as consistently as possible, please call if you miss a dose. Please call if you notice any vomiting, diarrhea or changes in your pets’ appetite. This chewable tablet must be chewed or crumbled to achieve desired effect. *dogs only*


Simparica

Oral monthly flea and tick prevention. In some cases, your veterinarian may recommend this medication every two weeks to treat certain skin conditions. *dogs only*


Advantage II

Monthly topical flea prevention. Please call if you notice any hair loss, redness or irritation at the site of application.


Frontline

Topical monthly flea and tick prevention. Please call if you notice any hair loss, redness or irritation at the site of application.