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post #140 of (permalink) Old 05-18-2017, 02:59 PM
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Originally Posted by dobebug View Post
Interesting--don't know exactly why this thread showed up--even the last post is from May of 2016.

Story is still pretty much the same--Novartis only sells Interceptor (single purpose product-heartworm--well, and round worm, hook worm and whipworm, only outside the USA. They manufacture and sell Sentinal--heartworm (the the three other worms) and internal (not entirely effective) flea control. Sentinal Plus--heartworm, round worm, hook and whip worm the same not terribly effective flea control and tapeworm control. There are also other manufacturers who sell heartworm controls that use milbimycin (Trifexis and at least one other but you'll have to do a Google search 'cause I can't remember the name of the other one. Trifexis is still the most expensive combo product where the heartworm control is milbimycin.
I've been able to get Interceptor again...


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