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Dogs endear themselves to their owners, and that’s why people declare war on fleas and ticks if they start tormenting their dog. A good flea and tick medication is a must, and the best ones also kill worms in dogs too. Simparica Trio for dogs checks all three boxes there, and it really is one of the best choices for preventing fleas and ticks. Heartworms are the most dangerous parasite for dogs, and Simparica Trio also works to kill heartworms, roundworms, and hookworms. This chewable flea and tick solution for dogs needs to be ingested just once a month and that makes it the simplest and most effective approach for flea and tick prevention.
You can buy Simparica Trio with a vet’s prescription at most pharmacies, but you may find a lower Simparica Trio cost when you order pet medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Start by determining the correct dosage strength based on your dog’s weight. Give your dog 1 Simparica trio chewable flea and tick tablet once a month and try to repeat it at the same time of the month for each following month.
Option to mix flea and tick chewable into dog food.
The ingredients in Simparica Trio for Dogs are Moxidectin, Sarolaner, and Pyrantel.
For dogs 8 weeks of age / 2.8lbs +
Do not exceed dosage specification of only one Simparica Trio flea and tick per month.
Use only the product specified for your dog’s weight.
Inform your veterinarian if your dog has a history of seizures before getting a prescription for Simparica Trio. Isoxazoline class drugs like Sarolaner can adverse neurologic reactions in these cases.
Do not use Simparica Trio with breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs unless your veterinarian advises you to use the medication.
No drug interaction risks have been established for Simparica Trio and other Rx pet medications. You should always tell your veterinarian about all medications your dog is currently taking before they write you a prescription and you then buy Simparica Trio.
It is uncommon for dogs to have side effects from Simparica Trio for dogs, but some dogs may experience diarrhea or vomiting. If this continues or worsens you should stop giving your dog the flea and tick worm medication and visit a veterinarian to look at other flea and tick prevention options.