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Simparica Trio Chewable Tablet for Dogs, 88.1-132.0 lbs, (Brown Box)

Simparica Trio Chewable Tablet for Dogs, 88.1-132.0 lbs, (Brown Box)

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    Definitely Cheaper than two pills

    By sgarch on Aug 29, 2021

    For a couple of years my dog has been on Simparica and Trifexis every month to cover fleas, ticks and heartworm. It has been costly and occasionally problematic for him to take both of these medications at the same time every month. My dog doesn't eat at the same time every day. He eats when he For a couple of years my dog has been on Simparica and Trifexis every month to cover fleas, ticks and heartworm. It has been costly and occasionally problematic for him to take both of these medications at the same time every month. My dog doesn't eat at the same time every day. He eats when he feels like eating so forcing him to swallow two large pills and then hoping he will eat soon has not worked out well. Occasionally, if I couldn't prevail upon him to eat something, he would barf up the remains of the meds and anything else left in his belly. He never was willing to chew the allegedly chewable tablets from our old routine. I will be interested to see if he will do so with these. Now, at least, he will only have to consume one tablet so the issue of irritating his gut should be less of a problem and I am certainly saving money. … more

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    Good but...

    By Happy on Aug 4, 2021

    I love the fact that this is flea and tick and heartworm all in one but I have a large dog so I have to have one for larger dogs and they are pretty big and my dog does not seem to like them. I have to cut them up and put them in something else to get her to eat them.

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