Prescription Flea & Tick Pills for Cats
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Help keep your feline friend itch-free with an oral flea and tick medication. Chewy carries prescription oral flea medicine for cats of various sizes. Your vet can prescribe flea and tick pills to protect against fleas, ticks and flea infestations. Before you buy prescription cat oral flea & tick medication online, be sure to research all your options. The best flea & tick medication will be easy to administer, suited to your cat’s lifestyle and effective for the climate you live in.
Your vet can advise you on whether you might want an oral product, a prescription topical product or a non-prescription flea and tick treatment. Most prescription flea pills offer long-lasting pest deterrence that’s water-friendly. If you have a very young cat, you should talk to your veterinarian about prescription oral flea & tick medicine for kittens and whether it would be a good choice for your furry friend. Your cat or kitten may also benefit from other flea control options like flea shampoos, flea and tick sprays that kill on contact and yard treatment sprays.
Prescription topical flea & tick medication is a low-hassle option, with continuous protection that can last a month or more. You may also need worm medicine for cats that have been outside without flea protection. The Chewy pet pharmacy has many of the medications your vet might prescribe for your pets, including flea & tick medication for dogs and prescription cat medicine
for a variety of ailments. You can also find medications for your other pets, too! Shop our selection of prescription oral flea and tick medications and get everything you need to help your best friend live pest-free!
Get cat oral flea and tick medication prescriptions online at Chewy Pharmacy by visiting your vet and talking about your different flea and tick control options. Your vet can write you a prescription for the product and dose that’s appropriate for your feline. Then, go to Chewy.com and add the prescribed product to your cart. At checkout, you can add your kitty’s info and vet contact information so Chewy can verify the prescription on your behalf. That’s all you need to do to order your prescription medications from Chewy!
The best prescription oral flea and tick treatment will vary with the age, health, lifestyle and habits of your kitty, so talk to your vet about your choices. Comfortis is a popular choice for oral flea protection, but there are others that may suit your situation, as well. Check out some of the customer reviews on our site to learn about all the flea and tick treatments we carry!
The differences between oral flea and tick pills and chewable tablets include flavoring and best methods of administration. Oral flea and tick pills usually do not contain flavoring. To administer these, you can either use your regular method for pilling your cat, hide them in a treat, or crush and sprinkle them on food. Chewable tablets are usually flavored, larger than ordinary pills, and designed to be eaten by the cat like a treat. If your cat is difficult to pill and finicky about chewable tablets, you may want to try a topical flea treatment.
To set up Autoship for your prescription oral flea and tick medicine, select the Autoship option at checkout and choose how often you want deliveries. Once you set up Autoship, you can cancel or change it any time you want. You must have a valid prescription or remaining refills on file for Autoship pharmacy deliveries to occur. If we do not have a prescription, or if your prescription is expiring soon, one of our team members will reach out to your vet to obtain all the necessary information. Never run out of your prescription oral flea and tick medicine with Autoship from Chewy!
The difference between over-the-counter and prescription oral flea and tick medication is that you need a vet to prescribe the latter. The ingredients in prescription medications are more carefully controlled and regulated, so dosing can be more precise and possibly safer. Many prescription treatments are more effective than over-the-counter products, as well. Your vet can give you the most up-to-date information on what works well and what may be a good choice for your cat.