Protect Your Dog from Parasites with Trifexis® (spinosad + milbemycin oxime)
Parasites can be practically anywhere your dog goes – including your home and yard. They’re creepy, they’re crawly and they pose a threat to your dog’s health. That’s why you need to take action to make sure your dog is protected. Luckily, with Trifexis, it’s easy.
With Trifexis, you can play with your dog immediately after treatment. There is no need to isolate your pet. Just treat and play!
Kills fleas and prevents infestations
Prevents heartworm disease
Treats and controls intestinal parasite infections (hookworm, roundworm, whipworm)
One easy-to-administer chewable tablet
Come to the office today and get Trifexis at an unbeatable price.
To learn more visit: /www.trifexis.com
Save up to $25 (Mail in Rebate)
Here’s and easy way to save: $25 on a 12 month supply or $10 on a 6-month supply.
To complete your Trifexis rebate, visit www.trifexicom/vetrebate
To complete your Comfortis rebate visit www.comfortis.com/vetrebate
Expires October 31, 2013
Get a $20 rebate on your purchase of Seresto when you schedule and automated product reminder. Save even more with an additional purchase of Advantage Multi for Dogs (Imidacloprid + moxidectin) Topical Solution or Advantage Multi for Cats (imidacloprid + moxidectin) Topical Solution.
Learn more are serestorebate.com
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Attention all pet owners!
We invite you to submit a humerous or
cherished story about your dog or cat to:
Your stories will be posted on our website and facebook page and each month we will award one story a special prize.
From WebMD – Healthy Dogs Newsletter:
WebMD News from HealthDay
By Barbara Bronson Gray
THURSDAY, June 13 (HealthDay News) — If you hear that a friend’s beloved family member has joined a clinical trial for cancer treatment, don’t assume the patient is human.
Cancer is the leading cause of death in older dogs and cats, and clinical trials offer hope that effective medications will be developed — for humans and their four-legged friends, cancer experts say.
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