|Barked: Wed Apr 10, '13 3:17pm PST |
|What you could try doing, if you haven't already, is calling around to different vets in your area to see if they have any interceptor in stock and if so, if they would be willing to sell some to you. Most vets will require recent proof of a heartworm negative test from your own personal vet and/or a faxed prescription; some may require you get the test done with them before they will sell it to you- depends on the vet!
I have my two on Sentinel and am glad to hear it is back in production! Fleas are bad in my part of Texas all year long, and the flea-egg inhibitor in sentinel is MUCH safer/has far fewer negative side effects than the pesticide found in trifexis.
Anyhoo good luck! When I was calling around to find Sentinel, I found calling to places more rural/further out of town seemed to have some stock left due to a naturally smaller influx of regular patients to buy up their stock. Any vet in a busy city will more than likely not have any left.
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