We have been able to get in touch with the FDA and some of the manufacturers of the oral flea/tick preventatives that fall into the isoxazoline class – Bravecto, NexGard, Simperica and Credelio.
Here is some more clarity regarding the Alert and what it means in regards to these products:
On September 20th, the FDA came out with a public Alert regarding the potential for neurological adverse events related to flea/tick preventatives within the isoxazoline class – essentially all of the currently available oral flea/tick preventative products (NexGard, Bravecto, Simperica and Credelio).
There are still a lot of unanswered questions presented by the FDA’s Alert, but we are actively investigating this issue and will keep you posted!
It’s that time of year – Spring is in the air! – and the rabbits are doing what rabbits do best: breeding. This means you may come across a rabbit’s nest or two in your gardens, planters or yards. Every year, wildlife rehab centers are overwhelmed with well-meaning nest robbers who came across a rabbit’s nest and did not know what to do with the baby bunnies inside. To avoid being a nest robber yourself, here are a few tips on what to do if you come across a nest:
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