Parasite Control


Parasites are a constant cause of worry to pet owners and discomfort to our furry friends.  We have multiple products to combat all of the parasites that cause sickness and harm to our animals.  

Fleas: Contrary to popular belief, fleas are not just a summer problem.  Fleas can live over 100 days in your house without a blood meal. In addition, they can cause health problems such as flea allergy dermatitis and tapeworms.  

Ticks: Ticks are disease-carrying arachnids closely related to spiders.  They can transmit a number of diseases to your pet including Lyme disease and Ehrlichia.  Areas of dense woods and tall grasses are hot-spots for ticks to live.

Heartworms: Heartworm disease is rapidly on the rise in all areas of the United States.  Dogs and cats are infected by a bite from a mosquito and develop adult worms within 6 months.  Yearly testing and monthly prevention are imperative, as treatment is long and costly and may not work in all cases.

-Nexgard- Beefy chew for dogs that begins to kill fleas and ticks within 5 minutes and lasts for 30 days.

-Frontline Tritak- Topical product for dogs and cats that begins to kill fleas and ticks within 5 minutes and lasts for 30 days.

-Revolution- Topical product for dogs and cats that prevents fleas, ticks, heartworms and intestinal parasites and lasts for 30 days.

-Trifexis-Chewable tablet for dogs that prevents fleas, heartworms and intestinal parasites and lasts for 30 days.


-Iverhart- Beefy chew for dogs that prevents heartworms and some intestinal parasites that lasts up to 30 days.

New patients receive 15% OFF first exam.

Mention this ad at your first visit to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

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