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NOTE: To protect cats against fleas and ticks for up to 12 weeks, use Bravecto for Cats
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I have a 2 pound dog. She is 2 years old and I can not find a tick med for her. I have had people tell me to use the meds that are for 4-15 pound dogs. I feel that that would be like giving a 25 pound child meds that you would give a 10 year old. What do I do that is safest for my little girl. She is so low to the ground that she picks up everything as she walks in the yard. Thank you
Vet Meds for Pets stocks the most trusted brand names in flea and tick control for dogs, cats, kittens and puppies
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Using flea control on your dog all year round is highly recommended. Using flea treatments in the warmer months is most important as that is when fleas are at there worst. Most tick preventions only last for 2 weeks at a time, so make sure if you are in a high tick area that you keep your dog treated at 2 week intervals. Dogs should be tested for heartworm by a vet before using any of our heartworm prevention meds. Many of these treatments can be used in conjunction with each other. More information on each product can be found in the product category pages. Always use these pet medications as directed. Buy Simparica chewable flea and tick preventative for dogs at America's Largest Pet Pharmacy, 1800PetMeds
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Photo provided by FlickrBravecto is the first flea control chew for dogs that lasts up to 12 weeks
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Choose the right formula for your pet’s weight. An EPA investigation showed that small dogs (10 to 20 pounds) were most likely to have reactions such as rashes, vomiting, diarrhea, and seizures from topical treatments. Dogs that are old, young, sick, or on meds are also at higher risk. (Flea and tick control can interfere with other medications, rendering them ineffective or even poisonous.) There are even breed-specific sensitivities, so a conversation with your vet is in order before you decide how to proceed.