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    We have an 8 month supply & cost was 20$ per month

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    Not that much cheaper. Unless i’m Missing something ????
    1800petmeds has the Nexguard cost at approx $19.50 month.
    I just double checked to be 100% sure - we are paying $22/month

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    I pay some more because I buy it from the vet. I believe in supporting Canadian businesses, and the vet gives me MANY a break on prices for other things for 2 dogs.
    Just a reminder that next moth is heart worm testing month. I use Heartgard.

    This is what you don't want strangling your dog's heart.

    https://flic.kr/p/26tLwhw
    Last edited by Sharon; April 25th, 2018 at 06:08 PM.

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    I am told that a very high percentage of deer ticks tested in Rondeau were positive for lyme

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon View Post
    I pay some more because I buy it from the vet. I believe in supporting Canadian businesses, and the vet gives me MANY a break on prices for other things for 2 dogs.
    Just a reminder that next moth is heart worm testing month. I use Heartgard.

    This is what you don't want strangling your dog's heart.

    https://flic.kr/p/26tLwhw
    Ok, great. We buy our medicine from our Vet also, but I wanted to find how much cheaper your claim of Nexguard was.
    Can you share what you’re paying for Nexguard?

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    Seresto is 20 bucks for 6-8 months protection. Clear winner for me.
    "You don't own a cocker, you wear one"

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTRonthefly View Post
    Ok, great. We buy our medicine from our Vet also, but I wanted to find how much cheaper your claim of Nexguard was.
    Can you share what you’re paying for Nexguard?
    $126.34/6 pack. Free shipping Canadavet.com
    I 'm suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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    here's some relevant info on tick incidence 2017

    https://www.petsandticks.com/tick-map

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    $126.34/6 pack. Free shipping Canadavet.com
    So pretty much the exact same price for Simparica that we got from our vet.

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    Up till last year we kept our dogs safe with 'Liberty50' from TSC in the states for $25 (CDN) for a 3 month supply. Same active ingredient (Permethrin) as Advantix...worked for many years.

    We use a Vet in NY state and they include Braveco in the 'Summer Get Well' package so we switched over. Kind of nice not having to put oily drops onto the dogs.

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