thank you ! i was using advantage II for large cats on my girlsRevolution Plus is used in our home. It's also good for ear mites, roundworms and hookworms. It needs to be given to the cat monthly (easy, it's a tiny vile and you apply the liquid between their shoulder blades where they can't reach to lick). Very effective. It can be costly but if you buy in in quantity the price drops off considerably.
no its not my first time . im just find a cheaper brand then advantage II ... its 54.00 dollarsJust make sure you get it high on the neck, if they ever lick it, it causes a lot of foaming. I like advantage II and Revolution Plus, if you are applying one for the first time, watch for reactions. My Yammy had a severe reaction and lost all his fur right before winter. He looked like a ragged Sphinx. Needless to ay, he became an inside cat and still is.
thanks for the advice im still thinking on itRevolution is also my favorite for cats. It protects against heartworm too, which is rare but can be very dangerous.
Advantage and frontline are also fine, but do not get anything that's significantly cheaper! The cheap brands are much more dangerous to the cat and shouldn't even be sold in my opinion.
For how many doses? If your vet is charging you $54 for 1 dose, definitely find another source! Make sure it's a certified pet pharmacy though, not a sketchy seller on eBay or Amazon. Chewy has Advantage II at $58.98 for a 6-pack. . .that's less than $10 a dose which is about the least expensive decent brand you'll be able to find.no its not my first time . im just find a cheaper brand then advantage II ... its 54.00 dollars
The active ingredients in both of these products interact with the nervous system to kill insects. Mammals have an efficient blood-brain barrier that prevents these drugs from doing harm, however there is a notable genetic mutation that is fairly widespread in dogs, specifically herding breeds, that allows certain drugs to pass through the barrier and affect the nervous system. It's a good idea to get your dog tested for this gene before putting them on certain flea medications. This kind of mutation has not been well-studied in cats yet.I like Revolution, not Revolution Plus which contains a nerve agent, and that agent has killed dogs that took it in Nexgard.
pet rx sells it for a pack of 4 for 54.00 dollars ... i get the large cat boxFor how many doses? If your vet is charging you $54 for 1 dose, definitely find another source! Make sure it's a certified pet pharmacy though, not a sketchy seller on eBay or Amazon. Chewy has Advantage II at $58.98 for a 6-pack. . .that's less than $10 a dose which is about the least expensive decent brand you'll be able to find.
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Agreed with your post with a slight but important modification.The active ingredients in both of these products interact with the nervous system (of the parasite) to kill insects......
I’ll have to check into that if I used Revolution for 4 cats and a dog I’d be brokeAnother vote for Revolution Plus. Also ask your vet if they price match the discount places like Chewy or 1-800-PetMeds. It wasn't until I said something to my vet about getting the prescription from one of those that they informed me that they price match.
i am in michigan usa and not sure that i can find that kind ??Try Cheristin, it works really well, it’s just not revolution. I also have 4 cats and a dog, so that is why I am not going the Revolution route now. I use Cheristin on cats and Bravecta chew on dog. And fleas are gone finally. Bravecta lasts for several months as well. It is a great alternative to Advantage 2, since it stopped working for me.
Then Chewy is a bit cheaper. But even so, that's only $13.50 a dose so that's not too bad. Really anything cheaper than Advantage is either going to be ineffective or dangerous.pet rx sells it for a pack of 4 for 54.00 dollars ... i get the large cat box