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Excellent product Have used this product for several years on my three dogs. It keeps the flea and ticks controlled in our household. Through using this product, we have stopped spraying for indoor fleas, and/or hiring to have a professional spray for fleas. Our dogs are comfortable all year long. We also are assured of the heartworm protection, as our vet test's show As far as heartworm and flea protection, I highly recommend Sentinel. 04/08/2015
Awesome Product I have used Sentinel since I got my 45 lbs mix. It has worked great and while my dog won't eat it out right if I put it in a little bit of peanut butter he doesn't even notice. I would like to point out that Sentinel does not kill adult fleas and should not be your only source of flea protection. It keeps flea eggs from developing so if you are not using a topical treatment as well your dog will likely get fleas they just won't be able to reproduce. my dog has a very sensitive stomach and has never had a bad reaction to this product. 04/06/2015
excellent product I use Sentinel for both of my Shelties. In Florida, we have to use heartworm protection year round. My Shelties have never had fleas or heartworm problems. 04/04/2015
Mini Aussie approved Despite reassurance from the veterinarian, I was just too paranoid giving my 12 week-old Mini Australian Shepherd the Tri-Heart she prescribed as his heartworm preventative. Thankfully she was understanding of my hesitance with ivermectin (as I'm unsure of the presence of an MDR1 mutation) and approved him for Sentinel instead. My pup didn't exactly gobble it down, but he did eat the flavor tab with little fuss, and I'm happy to report, NO SIDE EFFECTS! Very thankful. I'm unable to gauge it's effectiveness at this time, but so far, so good. 04/04/2015
My dog hated to eat it I usually buy heart guard and my dog would chew them up like candy. I recently bought Sentinel because i needed something to prevent fleas. HATE the liquid that goes on the back. It stains my couch. I gave the pill to my dog and i found it broken up on the floor. I then mixed it up with her food. I found the broken pieces picked out of her food. She is so sneaky! Ill have to try something else next time. Crush it up i guess. 04/02/2015
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I was told today by a Vet assistant that the product Sentinel is very hard to get, that at one time last year they stopped making it. I am know taking care of my Daughters Yorkie Poo, and that is what she has had him on since he was able to start taking it, Know that I am taking care of him, I went and tried to get him a prescription for the Sentinel, and they told me it was to hard to get, and was trying to push what they sell at me, I just wanted to find out if that is true about the product is hard to get, and the company is fixing to dissolve. Randy
Answer:Sentinel was unavailable for a period of time; however, we currently have it in stock.
Soyenka was taking Sentinal. After skin problem, Vet prescribed Comfortis. Vet also mentioned Trifexis. Can she finish the Sentinal before anything else, or can she take the Sentinal and the Comfortis. together?
Answer:You would usually wait a month between any heartworm preventions, so if you finish the sentinel, you would wait a month before starting Trifexis. Sentinel and comfortis can be used together if the veterinarian has prescribed them both and has recommended that you use both. Trifexis and comfortis would not be used together, they have one active ingredient that is the same and therefore would not be used together.
Answer:The difference between Sentinel and Sentinel Spectrum is that Sentinel Spectrum also deworms for tapeworms while Sentinel does not. Both prevent heartworms, controls fleas and treats for hookworms, roundworms and whipworms.
Answer:Sentinel is safe to use on pups 8 weeks of age and older. However, if your pup has not been on any heartworm prevention, it will need a heartworm test before being put on any as it could already be infected.
We are away for 3 months this winter. I brought 3 months supply of Sentinel with us for our mixed breed 37 lb 3 year old dog. She gets car sick so I also brought Bonine per our vets recommendations.. A few days ago before taking her in the car I accidentally gave her Sentinel instead of Bonide. She threw up in the car but I just thought the Bonide wasn't working. Then I realized my mistake. I only have one Sentinel pill left and I should have two for dosing on Feb 15 and March 15. What should I do? .
Answer:Don't be concerned about your dog getting 2 doses of Sentinel as it is very safe. Just purchase another dose for the missing treatment.
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