Revolution Heartworm & Flea Pet Medication- 1800PetMeds

A fun, informative video about the pet medication Revolution for dogs and cats
Your veterinarian conducts an annual blood test on your dog before prescribing Revolution, even if your dog has been on the product year-round. That's to ensure there is no evidence of heartworm infestation. As a broad-spectrum parasite control medication, Revolution doesn't kill off heartworm larvae as efficiently as ivermectin, the primary ingredient in heartworm-only preventives. While Revolution for cats does kill feline hookworms and roundworms, the veterinary label does not indicate that it kills these parasites in dogs. Ask your veterinarian for an appropriate medication to eradicate canine worm infestations.
Selamectin, a prescription medication for dogs marketed under the brand name Revolution, kills ticks, mange, ear mites, fleas and flea eggs
What is the most important information I should know about Revolution: Revolution is a medication applied topically once a month. Do not use Revolution on puppies under 6 weeks of age or kittens under 8 weeks of age with no weight requirements. According to the product literature, Revolution is safe for use on pregnant or lactating dogs and cats. Products 1 - 19 of 19 - Revolution is a monthly, topical flea control medication and heartworm preventative for dogs and catsBuy Revolution for pets heartworm preventative and flea treatment online at 1800PetMedsRevolution for Dogs and Cats - Flea & Heartworm | PetCareRx
Revolution is a safe and simple monthly topical medication used to protect your pet from heartworms, fleas, and ear mites. It also protects dogs from ticks and sarcoptic mange and cats from roundworms and hookworms. Revolution for Dogs and Cats requires a prescription from your veterinarian. (3 Pack = 3 doses which lasts 3 months.) Apply Revolution exactly as directed by your veterinarian. If you do not understand the directions ask your pharmacist or veterinarian to explain them to you. Revolution is available as unit of use applicator tubes containing the specific amount of medication based on the weight of your pet. Revolution is available as a 15mg/0.25ml puppy/kitten dose for puppies older than 6 weeks and kittens older than 8 weeks weighing up to 5 lbs. Revolution is also available for cats 5.1-15 lbs (45mg/0.75ml), 15.1-22 lbs (60mg/1ml), and for dogs 5.1-10 lbs (30mg/0.25ml), dogs 10.1-20 lbs (60mg/0.5ml), 20.1-40 lbs (120mg/1 ml), 40-1-85 lbs (240mg/2 ml) and 85.1-130 lbs (360mg/3ml). For dogs over 130 lbs use the appropriate combination of tubes. The entire contents of the tube should be used. Do not split the contents as the accuracy of the dose and effectiveness of the medication cannot be assured. Bathing or shampooing your pet 2 or more hours after treatment will not reduce the effectiveness of Revolution. Keep this medication away from children and pets. Revolution is a prescription medication applied topically once a month. Do not use Revolution on puppies under 6 weeks of age or kittens under 8 weeks of age. According to the product literature, Revolution is safe for use on pregnant or lactating dogs and cats.Revolution for dogs is a topical treatment for parasites. Because the topical medication protects againstear mites, fleas, mange, parasitic worms, including heartworm, and ticks, it's extremely cost effective and beneficial. It's widely recommended by veterinarians to prevent common diseases spread by insectbites.Revolution is a safe topical medication used for your cats and dogs to protect them from fleas, heartworms, and ear mites. In additional it also will protect cats from hookworms and roundworms and dogs from sarcoptic mange and ticks. The medication comes in packs of 3, 6, and 12.

(ex: a 3 Pack will equal 3 doses which lasts 3 months) Revolution enters the lipid layer of the skin as well as the blood stream of your pet. Fleas do not need to bite your pet to be affected by the medication but ticks do. Revolution can be a very effective method for flea control but is not recommended as the only method of tick control for dogs. Cats are not able to contract Lyme disease and River Road Veterinary Clinic does not carry any tick repellants for cats, so Revolution is a good choice as an “all-in-one” topical medication for your cats. Keep in mind, however, that ticks do need to bite your animal to be affected by the selamectin, but should be killed before they are able to transmit disease. Unfortunately, Revolution is not labeled for protection against the deer tick. The Scalibor collar makes a great choice for additional tick protection in combination with topical Revolution.