Trifexis Chewable Tablet for Dogs, 40.1-60 lbs, (Blue Box)
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Your furry friend must have a current heartworm test result on file with your veterinarian in order to be prescribed heartworm medication. Please visit your veterinarian to have this test performed annually to protect your four-legged friend. Trifexis (spinosad + milbemycin oxime) is the monthly, beef-flavored tablet prescribed to kill fleas and prevent flea infestations, prevent heartworm disease, and treat and control adult hookworm, roundworm and whipworm infections in dogs. With flea medicine, heartworm preventive and intestinal parasite control in one, get the peace of mind that comes from protecting your canine companion.
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191 Customer Reviews
Works but dog hates it
My 11 year old Border Collie has taken Trifexis since we adopted him as a pup. It has protected him well but it does smell like straight up pesticide. He spits it out of anything I hide it in, he can't be fooled. It was always a struggle getting it in his belly. What I do now is, after he eats some food, I coat the pill with butter, place it way at the back of his throat and hold his jaws shut while I rub his throat so the pill goes down. Then I give him a few spoonfuls of wet dog food for a chaser and lots of "good boy" pats. Sounds harsh but it really isn't. When he gets the extra food afterwards he is A-OK!
Works but is a nightmare trying to give to my dog
We haven't had issues with fleas or parasites, but trying to get my dog to take it is a showdown. It is a quarter-sized hard tablet so no luck "hiding it" in cheese. She is not a tiny puppy, she's a big pitbull and the only way I can get these down her throat is to actually stick the pill down her throat with my finger. It's horrible for both of us so I've decided I'm not buying these anymore. Prefer to get something soft at least!
My dog does not like to eat it, as some reviewers have stated. He does fine when I just toss it down his throat like any other med but I know lots of dogs don't take pills quite so easily. For those dogs that spit it out no matter what you've covered it in, my vet had a suggestion. Open the packaging the day before to let the medicinal smell get out of the pill...that is what the dogs are spitting out. After a day in the open, the dogs will eat it like a regular treat.
First dosage excellent
Been dealing with fleas for six months. We able to take both dogs to the vet, and get treatment started. My dog is white, so I saw fleas on him EVERYWHERE, I couldn't brush him without picking off 20+... After the first dosage within an hour I looked over, and so many were dead!! He didn't take the medicine well, I had to bribe him with peanut butter. He isnt picky at all, so I was shocked when he was the problem child when taking the medication. (My Chihuahua had no issue with hers) Took me a while to get the paperwork all figured out. (due to lack of communication of what I was personally in charge of) but now I'm covered for the next six months.
Denied without explanation
This was kind of a hassle. Apparently, I had Fred’s weight wrong and the order was denied without explanation and I had to call the vet and figure it out
Dog will not take med
We have tried to put this med in everything but the dog will not take it. Canned dog food, peanut butter, cheese, hamberger, hotdogs, liver sausage, marshmellow, lamb, etc. He finds the pill and spits it out.
It took a littler longer to receive than expected but I got it . No complaints because I couldn't seem to get it from my pets veterinarian.
Quick delivery. Chewy did the leg work with the vets office. AND...the dog actually liked it..chewed it right up yessss
My go 2 flea/heartworm medicine for my baby
I been giving Trifexis to my baby about a year now, i gotta dip it in peanut butter because he’s picky lol so far it has worked great for him, definitely recommend
does it’s job but stinks
Been using this since my 4 year old dog was a pup. He goes out to mountains with me a lot. Never has had a flea or worm issue and he is healthy. Only downside. Smells terrible!!! I try to air it out but it’s strong and I struggle every month to get my picky dog to eat. But I put up with it since it gets the job done. So much easier getting my prescription through chewy now than having to make the vet trip. They approve vet records fast so it’s nice :)