Comfortis Monthly Flea Preventative
Comfortis (spinosad) for dogs starts killing fleas before they lay eggs and provides a full month of flea protection to help prevent future flea infestations. The pill is beef flavored so you can give it as a treat. Visit this website to learn more about this product.
Heartgard Plus Monthly Heartworm and Intestinal Parasite Preventative
Heartgard Plus (Ivermectin/pyrantel)
When given monthly as directed, HEARTGARD PLUS is effective in helping to prevent heartworm disease in dogs. Each bite from an infected mosquito can introduce new heartworm larvae into your dog’s bloodstream and reinfect an unprotected dog. Use of HEARTGARD PLUS every month as directed kills immature heartworms introduced to the dog in the last 30 days, preventing the development of adult heartworms. HEARTGARD PLUS also kills canine roundworms and hookworms in the dog’s intestinal tract.
Go to this website to learn more about this product and to print a coupon for a $12 rebate.
Nutramax Labs Link for Cosequin Coupons
Print coupons for Cosequin from this website.
Previcox- Help for Dogs in Pain Associated with Canine Osteoarthritis
Help for dogs in pain associated with canine osteoarthritis. Go to this website to learn more about this product.
Trifexis Monthly Preventative for Heartworm, Internal Parasites and Fleas
Protect Your Dog from Parasites with Trifexis (spinosad + milbemycin oxime)
Trifexis is a monthly chewable tablet for dogs that kills fleas, hookworm, roundworm and whipworm infections. Trifexis combines two trusted active ingredients to provide protection for your dog against these three kinds of dangerous parasites. It is beef flavored so you can offer it as a treat. Please visit this website to learn more about this product.
Frontline Top Spot Plus
FRONTLINE Plus has two tough killing ingredients. The first, firpronil, kills adult fleas and ticks. The second, (S)-methopreme, attacks flea eggs and larvae. They work together to kill all month long. Plus, it breaks the flea life cycle. By also destroying the next generation of flea eggs and larvae, FRONTLINE Plus gives you the power to help prevent a flea infestation on your pet.
Care Credit Payment Plan
For clients interested in a payment plan we offer Care Credit. Clients approved for Care Credit can spread their payments over 6 months with no interest charges or fees as long as they pay the monthly minimum payment by the due date and pay the entire balance off by the sixth month. This can be used for new fees as well as existing balances.
There is a short video on the website that explains how the plan works and the application is fast and easy to complete. You will have an instant decision on your application. The card can also be used at other health care facilities for both pets and humans!
Please call us if you have any questions regarding Care Credit or visit their website.
Coupon Redemption Sites
Trifexis Coupon – Up to $25 Mail In Rebate
Go to this site to print complete and print a $25 rebate on 12 doses or $10 rebate on 6 doses. Must mail in rebate form with a copy of the invoice and proof of purchase from the box.
Comfortis – Up to $25 Mail In Rebate
Comfortis Flea Protection.
A beef-flavored, chewable tablet that can be offered as a treat– no residue, no worries about washing off after swimming or a bath.
Receive $25 Off 12 Doses or $10 Off 6 Doses. Go to this site to complete rebate form and mail to the address indicated with a copy of the invoice and proof of purchase.
Heartgard Plus – $12 Mail In Rebate
Print a coupon for a $12 rebate for the purchase of 12 doses.
Cosequin Mail In Rebate
Go to this website to print coupons for Cosequin.
Articles for Clients
Chicken Treats Making Dogs Ill?
Clients need to be aware that the FDA is continuing to test these treats as a possible link to the increase in kidney and liver failure in dogs. Although none of the tests completed to date provide a link between in the increase in illness and the treats, testing is ongoing. Clients need to be aware that the chicken treats they are feeding could be labeled made in the United States, but that the country of origin for the chicken used to produce the treats could come from China.
Until all of the testing is complete, it would be wise to discontinue feeding chicken treats where the country of origin for the chicken is China. Please use this link to read the article from foodsafetynews.com for more information on this topic.