Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Sentinel for Dogs Keeps on Working

When you take your dog to the veterinarian's office for a checkup, ask what they think of Sentinel for dogs. Ask if they recommend it or think that it's a good treatment for your dog. Your vet knows the name and will certainly tell you the good news. Sentinel for dogs is not only an effective one-time treatment for some mighty nasty ailments, it's a terrific monthly barrier between your pet and things you hope you never have to learn about.

Sentinel is a flavorful little tablet given monthly. It can be offered as a snack or reward, or it can be mixed in with their meal. It won't give your dog bad breath or gas. What it will do is set up a system of protection in the bloodstream and throughout the body.

First, it attacks and kills whatever worms may be already on board your pet. That includes almost every parasite found in a dog, and probably a few extra. Hookworm, roundworm, and whipworm are all halted in their tracks. Sentinel also controls fleas by attacking the adult fleas, whose infected blood kills the eggs and new larvae.

Monthly treatments keep heartworms away too. Heartworms will kill your dog, you can be sure. It's very important to have monthly heart worm treatments so the medicine builds up in their blood for the most effective control.

Your veterinarian can prescribe Sentinel for your dog. It's easy to buy online and it's a better bargain than from the vet. It comes in six or twelve tablet packages that contain varying amounts of medicine based on the weight of your dog. It's an affordable way to deal with a possibly ugly situation.

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