Simparica is a chewable flea and tick medication for dogs that is more recommended for full spectrum tick protection for dogs because it kills five types of ticks. It is notably a medication for protection from Gulf coast ticks that also offers Lyme disease protection for dogs. All that’s required of pet owners to give provide reliable flea and tick prevention for dogs is to have them eat one Simparica tablet a month. Good thing then that they’re flavored to be appetizing for dogs, and the medication in Simparica for dogs starts to kill fleas and ticks quickly.
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All that’s needed for flea and tick prevention with Simparica is to have your dog eat one tablet at the same time each month. As these flea tablets are flavored it’s usually not an issue at all to have your dog gobble one down, but if they won’t then you also have the option of mixing a Simparica tablet into wet dog food and have them ingest it that way.
It is important to not administer this product to your dog more often than once a month. If you have doubts about the effectiveness of the medication then you should discontinue use and see your veterinarian.
The active ingredient in Simparica is Sarolaner.
Simparica is only for use with dogs 6 months of age or older and weighing at least 2.8 lbs (1.3kg)
Follow the dosage guidelines exactly as indicated on the packaging.
Be aware that Sarolaner is a member of the isoxazoline class of medications and dogs that have a history of seizures should avoid the use of Simparica unless their seizures have been discussed with a veterinarian and he or she continues to recommend the use of Simparica.
The safe use of this medication has not been evaluated for pregnant or lactating (nursing) dogs.
Keep out of reach of children.
There are no interaction risks between the use of Simparica for dogs flea and tick prevention and any other pet supplements or Rx medications.
Side effects related to the use of a Simparica for dogs flea and tick prevention are uncommon, but in rare instances dogs may experience vomiting, diarrhea, hemorrhagic diarrhea, hypersalivation, lethargy, tremors, or pruritus (extreme itching). If any such side effects are observed it is recommended that you discontinue use and see your veterinarian to discuss alternative flea and tick control treatments.
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