Nexgard Spectra (Afoxolaner/ Milbemycin)
Also known as: Nexgard
Nexgard Spectra is a chewable flea and tick tablet for dogs that works to prevent heartworms and kill intestinal worms too. Dogs should be able to enjoy the outdoors without having their health put at risk by parasites, and Nexgard Spectra is the best choice for being an all in 1 flea, tick, and worm medication. Plus, your dog is going to find the beef flavor mighty tasty! Give it to them once a month and rest easier knowing these parasites have no chance at all.
Dogs get Nexgard Spectra flea killer chews once a month, and you give them to them around the same day/time each month. Many owners set a reminder on their phones. Follow this dosage schedule for Nexgard Spectra and order the correct product accordingly:
Nexgard Spectra for XSmall Dogs (4.4-7.7 lbs) Orange Nexgard Spectra for Small Dogs (7.7-16.5 lbs) Yellow Nexgard Spectra for Medium Dog (16.5-33 lbs) Green Nexgard Spectra for Large Dogs (33-66 lbs) Purple Nexgard Spectra for Xlarge Dogs (66-132 lbs) Red
Your pet can have one Nexgard Spectra with or without dog food, and breaking up flea and tick chews into smaller pieces is a good way for some dogs.
The active ingredient in Nexgard Spectra for Dogs are Afoxolaner and Milbemycin Oxime.
Nexgard Spectra flea, tick, and worm prevention tablets are exclusively for dogs and should not be administered to any other pets, including cats. For dog use only. Dogs under 8 weeks of age should not be given Nexgard Spectra. Dogs weighing less than 4.5 lbs (2kg) are not approved to take the 0.5g dosage of Nexgard Spectra.
The safety of this product for breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs has not been clinically evaluated. Pet owners should either use it with caution or speak to their veterinarian about other flea and tick prevention alternatives for dogs. Keep out of reach of children and animals.
There are no known interaction risks between Nexgard Spectra flea tick and worm chews and other Rx drugs.
Side effects related to use of Nexgard Spectra for Dogs flea tick and worm are uncommon. Some animals may experience vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy or loss of appetite. When symptoms are observed you should discontinue use immediately and consider talking with your veterinarian about worm prevention and flea and tick control alternatives.
Product Code : 13196
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