NexGard for dogs kills fleas and ticks with beef flavored chewable

NexGard Benefits:

How it Works: NexGard contains a brand new ingredient not used in any other flea and tick protection. Afoxolaner, the ingredient in NexGard, works by absorbing rapidly and safely into your pet's bloodstream and causes uncontrolled activity the flea's and tick's central nervous system, which causes death. Afoxolaner is slowly excreted through your pet's metabolism, which allows NexGard to continue to provide effective treatment for a full 30 days. This means amazing protection in a tasty morsel! NexGard is a prescription-only medication, so talk to your vet.

Cautions: NexGard is for use in dogs only. The most frequently reported adverse reactions include vomiting, dry/flaky skin, diarrhea, lethargy, and lack of appetite. The safe use of NexGard in pregnant, breeding or lactating dogs has not been evaluated. Use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does NexGard kill fleas?
NexGard contains the ingredient afoxolaner. Afoxolaner kills fleas by over-stimulating their nervous system.
How long does it take NexGard to kill fleas?
In a study, NexGard killed 100% of fleas within 24 hours.
Why am I seeing more fleas on my pet after administering NexGard?
NexGard stimulates the fleas' nervous system, causing them to rise to the top of your dog's haircoat as they die.
Does NexGard have an expiration date?
Two years from the date of manufacture. You can locate the expiration date on the outside of the package of NexGard.
How long after administering NexGard to my dog can he be bathed or go swimming?
Because NexGard is an oral product, swimming or bathing has no effect on NexGard. Your dog’s coat can get wet immediately after taking NexGard.
Can I use it if my dog is on medication?
In a well-controlled field study, NexGard was used concomitantly with other medications, such as vaccines, anthelmintics, antibiotics (including topicals), steroids, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), anesthetics, and antihistamines.
Is NexGard safe to use on any breed of dog?
NexGard is safe and effective in any breed of dog when used as directed.
Can I use NexGard if I have already applied another flea and tick control product?
In a well-controlled field study, NexGard was used concomitantly with other medications, such as vaccines, anthelmintics, antibiotics (including topicals), steroids, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), anesthetics, and antihistamines.
Can NexGard be used on cats and other pets?
No. NexGard should be used on dogs only.
Can I administer it more than once a month?
Don't re-administer NexGard before the month is through. It keeps working for a full 30 days.
Where can I get NexGard?
NexGard is a prescription product. Federal (USA) law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Only at your vet can you get expert advice and special savings.
How old does my dog need to be in order to take NexGard?
NexGard can be used in puppies 8 weeks of age or older and weighing 4 pounds or greater.
Are there any side effects of NexGard?
NexGard is for dogs only and hasn’t been evaluated for use in pregnant, breeding or lactating dogs. Reported side effects include vomiting, dry/flaky skin, diarrhea, lethargy, and lack of appetite. Use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures.
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How this product should be used: Give appropriate dosage based on your dog's weight. (See How to Use). If it is suspected that any of the dose has been lost or if vomiting occurs within two hours of administration redose with another full dose. If a dose is missed, administer NexGard and resume a monthly dosing schedule. NexGard can be administered with or without food. NexGard should be administered all year-round. Treat all the pets in your home to reduce the risk of a flea infestation.

Directions: Administer appropriate dosage per month based on your pet's weight. Talk to your veterinarian for his or her dosage recommendation for your pet. Treatment may begin at any time of the year, and should continue the entire year without interruption. Can be administered with or without food. To reduce the risk of a flea reinfestation, you must treat all pets within your household with NexGard or an approved flea control product (for cats).

Tip: For best results, make sure that your dog eats entire chew.

What is this product used for: NexGard kills adult fleas and is indicated for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations (Ctenocephalides felis), and the treatment and control of American Dog tick (Dermacentor variabilis) infestations in dogs and puppies 8 weeks of age and older, weighing 4 pounds of body weight or greater, for one month.

Possible side effects of NexGard: The most frequently reported adverse reaction was vomiting. The occurrence of vomiting was generally self-limiting and of short duration and tended to decrease with subsequent doses. There are no known contraindications for the use of NexGard.