Tri-Heart Plus for Dogs 26-50 lbs, 6 Pack (Green)
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Tri-Heart Plus for Dogs 26-50 lbs, 6 Month (Green) prevents heartworms from infecting your dog and causing heartworm disease. The ivermectin in Tri-Heart Plus is a broad-spectrum antiparasitic that kills heartworm larvae in the tissue stage. Tri-Heart (generic Heartgard Plus) also contain pyrantel pamoate to eliminate and control hookworm and roundworm infestations.
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Tri-Heart Plus for Dogs 26-50 lbs, 6 Month (Green) Customer Reviews
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Customer Reviews: 5
Vet Depot contacted my vet's office and I had the product very quickly. We have two dogs so I am happy to find a quality generic option for this protection.
Terrific item at a fantastic price
Vet recommended this as an alternative to Interceptor and my dogs love the flavor even more!
Good Stuff / Great Experience
Lowest price for my products I could find. I ordered online, got free shipping, package arrived fast, and my dogs aren't sick. Done and done!
Tri-Heart Plus for Dogs 26-50 lbs, Green, 6 Pack
Great pricing for a household of dogs! Wonderful customer service, prompt delivery, and a household of happy owners and fur babies.
This is my first time trying a new heartworm medication. Seems good so far though as there have been no issues with either of the pups. They've been on Heartgard all their lives, but at the suggestion of a friend (a breeder and vet tech) I decided to give Tri-Heart a try. All the same ingredients and a much lower price; what's not to like? I mean if your insurance company or pharmacy can give you a generic, why wouldn't it be just as good for your dogs?
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