Betamethasone Dipropionate | PetCareRx
Betamethasone dipropionate is an adrenocorticosteroid hormone found to be effective in the treatment of itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions in animals. This synthetic cortisone-like steroid is available in cream, gel, lotion as well as ointment forms and is most commonly used in the treatment of skin inflammations in cats and dogs.
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Flea and Tick Control - Flea and Tick Prevention | PetCareRx
While you try and provide the most comfortable and safe home for your pet dog, its thick fur can be home to hundreds of tiny parasites. Dog tick and flea infestations are one of the most common issues faced by almost all pet parents.
Nexgard Chewables Stops Fleas & Ticks in Dogs | PetCareRx
Meet Nexgard - a flea and tick preventative from the makers of Frontline Plus, the #1 choice of veterinarians, and the FIRST flea and tick killer in a beef-flavored chew. NexGard for dogs kills adult fleas before they lay eggs, and kills ticks, too. All in a delicious, soft chew that dogs love.
Vetmedin | PetCareRx
Vetmedin is a prescription inodilator that helps extend the life expectancy of dogs with congestive heart failure by helping the heart pump more efficiently. Vetmedin opens up the blood vessels that take blood away from the heart, reducing the work heart has to do to pump blood.
Trifexis Stops Fleas & Ticks in Dogs | PetCareRx
Adverse reactions to Trifexis include vomiting, itching, ear redness, skin redness and inflammation, loss of appetite, diarrhea, and lethargy. Use Trifexis with caution in dogs with epilepsy. Puppies less than 14 weeks old may excessively vomit. Consult your veterinarian in regard to pregnant or lactating dogs before giving them Trifexis.