What is the Difference between Sentinel® Flavor Tabs and Sentinel® Spectrum Chewables?

By April 8, 2018 0 Comments

What is the difference between Sentinel® Flavor Tabs and Sentinel® Spectrum Chewables? A client recently asked this question so we thought we would share our answer. Both products contain Milbemycin and Lufenuron which Prevents flea maturation, heartworm prevention, kills hookworms, roundworms, whipworms. The difference is Sentinel® Spectrum Chewables also contains Praziquantel which kills tapeworms.

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About Our Online Pharmacy and Clinic Flea/Tick Promotions

By March 21, 2018 0 Comments

We have been using our online pharmacy for about 6 months now. Many of you have used the service and enjoyed the convenience of prescription medication and diets being delivered to your home. Our newsletter and web site can direct you to the Vetsfirstchoicewewebsite: https://granvillevet.vetsfirstchoice.com. We continue to sell most of the products we have…

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Granville Veterinary Clinic Flea, Tick and Heartworm Promotions

By March 8, 2018 0 Comments

Granville Veterinary Clinic Flea, Tick and Heartworm Promotions & Rebates Below are some promotions we have for flea, tick and heartworm prevention for your dog and cat. These promotions can change so please feel free to call us if you have questions at 740-587-1129. If you can’t make it in and want to order your flea/tick…

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Why is a Fecal Sample Needed?

By February 27, 2018 0 Comments

A fecal examination is the microscopic evaluation of feces. The test is indicated for dogs, cats, puppies, kittens with diarrhea, straining, lack of appetite or vomiting as well as during the kitten and yearly health exam. Negative results help determine health or may exclude the presence of disease and gastrointestinal parasites. Fecal examinations are primarily…

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How Long is a Cat in Heat?

By January 25, 2018 0 Comments

Estrus in the queen (female cat) is defined as the time during the reproductive cycle when she displays interest in mating. Estrus begins when the queen allows the male to mount and breed, and ends when her receptive behavior ceases. In cats, mating behavior is required to induce ovulating. Domestic cats usually reach sexual maturity…

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