Simparica for Dogs

How Much Does Simparica for Dogs Cost?

$44.80 for the Simparica for Dogs Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 2.8-5.5 lbs.

The cheapest price for any Simparica for Dogs product is $44.8 for Simparica for Dogs Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 2.8-5.5 lbs at Chewy.com. The highest price found is $52. Pricing was updated at 4:25 pm Wednesday, May 27th.

Where to buy Simparica for Dogs

Simparica for Dogs has 6 product variation(s). It is available from 4 online store(s), including: Chewy.com | 1-800-Pet-Meds | Petco.com | WalmartPetRx.com

Product Price
Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 2.8-5.5 lbs $44.80 View on Chewy.com
Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 5.6-11 lbs $45.73 View on Chewy.com
Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 11.1-22 lbs $45.96 View on Chewy.com
Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 22.1-44 lbs $49.91 View on Chewy.com
Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 44.1-88 lbs $51.38 View on Chewy.com
Simparica Chewable Tablets for Dogs, 88.1-132 lbs $52.00 View on Chewy.com

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Simparica for Dogs

Simparica for dogs is a quick-acting, long-lasting flea and tick medicine. Simparica will begin killing off fleas and ticks within hours and provide protection for one month after ingesting the oral chew. It is a safe and effective year-round treatment for dogs six months and older and weighing more than 2.8 pounds. A prescription from your veterinarian is required. Simparica is a liver-flavored chew and comes in multiple dosages to match your dog’s size and weight.

Simparica is for dogs age 6+ months and weighing 2.8+ pounds

What does Simparica for dogs treat?

Simperica is useful for treating a variety of flea and tick species. It begins killing off fleas within three hours and ticks in eight hours. Fleas begin dying off within three hours. Ticks within eight hours. Species targeted include:

How does Simparica affect my dog?

Simparica works by transmitting its active ingredient, solaner, from your dog to biting insects. Solaner affects the neuromuscular control of fleas and ticks, leading to their death. When administered once a month, the effects of Simparica will continue to ward off flea and ticks through the same method.

Using Simparica safely

While generally safe, as with all medications, your dog might experience some of the following side effects:

Simparica is not for human consumption and should be kept out of reach of pets and children. Simparica is not for use with cats experiencing flea and/or tick problems. It is important to remember that Simparica should only be used in dogs older than six months and weighing more than 2.8 pounds. Breeding, pregnant, and lactating dogs should not be treated with Simparica. There are no contraindications when given alongside other medicine.

How to get a prescription for Simparica

If you have found or observed signs of flea or tick infestation on your dog, call or visit your veterinarian to discuss treatment options. Your vet will advise you on best treatment options, which includes Simparica.

Administering Simparica

Simparica can be fed as if a treat or mixed into your dog’s food (either whole or broken up). Please follow the advised dosage for your dog.

2.8–5.5 lbs: 5 mg

11.1–22 lbs: 20 mg

22.1–44 lbs: 40 mg

44.1–88 lbs: 80 mg

88.1–132 lbs: 120 mg

Simparica for dogs can be administered at the first sign of insect infestation. It is important that your dog take the proper dosage to effectively control fleas and ticks. Continue to give your dog Simparica each month to prevent future flea and tick problems.

You may also administer Simparica monthly as a preventative treatment either in season or year round.