Comfortis 810mg for Dogs 40-60 lbs 1 pill - California Pet Pharmacy
Find out how to get rid of fleas on dogs fast with Comfortis flea pills, learn how to control flea infestations and get helpful tips to rid your home of fleas.
The bottom line is that both Comfortis and Trifexis contain Spinosad to kill the fleas that are on your dog, and keep them dead for 30 days. The determining factor for you is going to be whether you want to also treat for heartworms and intestinal worms. If so, then you’ll want to use Trifexis. Both pills are available only from your vet, so talk to him about it if you have more questions.
I went to the vet I had been using and ask for Comfortis since this was what a friend had recommended for fleas. The vet gave me Trifexis. I didn’t realize at the time that there was a difference. My dog was tested for heartworms prior to them giving me the Trifexis and he tested positive. The vet told me to go ahead and start Bruno on the pills. It was the protocol even when the dog tested positive. I didn’t know any better. I came home on that Friday afternoon at 2:00 and gave him the pill, by 11:00 that night my beloved Bruno was dead.
Comfortis 1620mg for Dogs 60-120 lbs 1 pill - California Pet Pharmacy
Comfortis for Cats 2 - 4 lbs & Dogs 3.3 - 4.9 lbs 1 pill
Sale Comfortis Flea Pills from only $63.00Comfortis is the first FDA-approved, chew-able tablet that kills fleas and prevents flea infestations on dogs & cats for a full month.I have been using comfortis for my dog for almost a year now. It is great because unlike the drops the fleas never get on her and she does not jump around and scratch. I always feed her a can of dog food first and I make sure that she has not been outside during potty breaks eating grass. I have found that the two times I gave the pill whole she has vomited alot, so I cut the pill into 4 pieces. I do have to force her to take it because the pill does smell horrible and she will not even take it with cheese. I even tried mackeral once she was not having any of it. Hope this helps someone to decide if they want to use the product. It is great.So is the new Comfortis pill for dogs worth it? Is Lufenuron the way to go? Here are the pros and cons of each product and which one you should give your dog.Just started using Comfortis, after moving further south, and a warm winter resulted in too many fleas for our topical medication to handle. This is my last resort. I am concerned that my dog (who is 51#, female pointer mix) is very lethargic. She is 6, and normally energetic. She is just laying by my feet, and has heaved a few times now, without vomiting. She had the pill last night with her dinner. And she was still chewing this morning when she woke up, although she isn’t now. We’ll see. I don’t want to risk her health- she is allergic to flea bites, but it is difficult to figure out which is worse- bathing her twice a month, and applying the Frontline every 2-3 weeks as advised by our vet, or having her feel like dirt?