The Miller Animal Hospital is Accepting New Clients!
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The doctors and staff of the Miller Animal Hospital would like to address the recent reports of potential adverse events associated with flea and tick products in the Isoxazoline class.
We carry two products that were mentioned - Bravecto for cats and Nexgard for dogs. We have not had any reports from our clients of seizure activity related to their use.
The FDA is alerting pet owners and veterinarians about the potential for neurological adverse effects in dogs and cats when treated with drugs in the Isoxazoline class. The FDA approved drugs in this class are Bravecto, Credelio, Nexgard and Simparica. These products are approved for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations and the treatment and control of tick infestations.
Although these products can and have been safely used in a majority of dogs and cats, we urge you to contact our office if you have any questions or concerns and we can review your pet's medical history and work with you to determine which products will be best for your pet and you family.
The first line of preventing any tick borne disease such as lyme, erlichea and anaplasmosis is keeping the ticks off of your pets.
Please contact our office if you have any questions. Our mission is to provide the best care and quality of life for your pet and your family.
Would you like the convenience of having your pet's food
or prescription delivered to your door?
VetSource is a NABP Verified Internet Pharmacy
we recommend for our clients.
There is currently a promotion for 25% off of your entire
first order for purchases through our online store.
Use Promo Code WELCOME25
Click Here To Access VetSource
The Doctors of Miller Animal Hospital Do Not Recommend purchasing medications
from internet pharmacies that are not NABP Verified Internet
Pharmacy Practice Sites. If you are a client who wants to have
a prescription written to be filled by an internet pharmacy,
we ask that you click HERE to print out a form to bring to our office,
along with your request for our Doctors to write an Internet Prescription.
Note - Using VetSource does not require this form.
Just go to their site, and they will request authorization from us electronically.
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