|Barked: Sun Dec 9, '12 6:46pm PST |
|no. and this is pretty incendiary. labs are cancer prone, and 7 is late middle age in that breed of dogs, and just like humans in late middle age, they develop cancer and other age related diseases. There may be dogs with averse reactions to Revolution. If iI remember right, tremos are one of the adverse reactions, and in that case it should have been discontinued and an alternatave would have to be figured betweenyou and the vet. Cancer is something else. It could have half a thousand reasons, 99% of which are probably coincidence with the time frame, and 70% of the reasons are probably genetic. Basically, rather than say selamectin is toxic you should talk with your vet about it. That is the reason there is more than one drug to treat the same issues. I am sorry you lost your dogs, but revolution is a safe alternative to flea meds and heartworm. Those of us that can't treat our dogs with ivermectin have little choice until novartis gets its act together and returns sentinel and interceptor to he market.
just because you changed the meds doesn't mean that the meds are at fault. It could be coincidence. Foxxy is on revolution because she is allergic to ivermectin and she hasn't had a single problem with selamectin.
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