HEARTGARD Chewables should be given at monthly intervals during the period of the year when mosquitoes (vectors), potentially carrying infective heartworm larvae, are active. The initial dose must be given within a month (30 days) after the dog's first exposure to mosquitoes.
These flavored chews start killing fleas within 1 hour with just a single dose. In the event of continued infestation, you can safely repeat treatment as often as once per day.
NexGard is a tasty beef-flavoured chew that provides flea, tick and mite protection for dogs. NexGard protects dogs against brown dog ticks, bush ticks and the potentially deadly paralysis tick. NexGard should be given monthly all year round in areas where paralysis ticks are found.
Daily Serving: Feed one scoop of supplement per day. If you feed your dog twice per day then feed 1/2 scoop with each meal. Each large dog scoop contains about 24 gm.
Heartgard Plus Chewables should be chewed, not swallowed whole. The chewables may be broken into pieces and fed to dogs that normally swallow treats whole. Make sure that your dog eats the entire dose. It is important to give your dog Heartgard Plus Chewables every month, year round.
If you skip or delay giving your dog even one dose, she will be at risk of infection. The way that heartworm prevention works is by killing a larval stage of the worm. These larvae get into your dog from the bite of an infected mosquito.
A: Give the dose you missed immediately, then continue giving the medication on the day you've always given it. If the missed dose is more than 2 weeks late, your dog should be tested for heartworm again in six months (click here to learn why).
HEARTGARD Plus should be given at monthly intervals during the period of the year when mosquitoes (vectors), potentially carrying infective heartworm larvae, are active. The initial dose must be given within a month (30 days) after the dog's first exposure to mosquitoes.
The final dose must be given within a month (30 days) after the dog's last exposure to mosquitoes. When replacing another heartworm preventive in a heartworm disease preventive program, the first dose of HEARTGARD must be given within a month (30 days) after the last dose of the former medication.
A common dosing guideline is 5 - 10 mg/kg body weight once daily, usually lasting for one to two weeks ― but please follow the recommendation of your veterinarian.
Dosing Information of Furosemide for Dogs and Cats In dogs, furosemide is dosed at 1 to 3 mg per pound (2 to 6 mg/kg) one to four times per day. In cats, the dose is 0.5 to 2 mg per pound (1 to 4 mg/kg) one to three times daily.
Feeding guide To reduce flatulence in dogs, give 1 sachet of PRO PLAN FortiFlora every day for at least 2 weeks. To help support immune system function, give 1 sachet of PRO PLAN FortiFlora every day.
The reason why you should not split your dog's heartworm prevention pills is quite simple. Most heartworm prevention pills are formulated into some sort of tasty soft chew or flavored tablet. They are also mixed with the medicine that prevents heartworms or other parasites.
Heartgard Plus may be offered by hand or added to the food. It does not need to be given with food to be effective. Heartgard Plus should be given in a manner that encourages the dog to chew, rather than swallow without chewing. Chewables may be broken into pieces and fed to dogs that normally swallow treats whole.
The most practical dewormer to use for treatment of roundworms and hookworms is pyrantel (Strongid® or Nemex®). Puppies and kittens should be treated immediately on intake (as early as 2 weeks of age), and again every 2-3 weeks until 8-12 weeks of age.
Dosage: MILBEGUARD Flavored Tablets are given orally, once a month, at the recommended minimum dosage rate of 0.23 mg milbemycin oxime per pound of body weight (0.5 mg/kg).