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Question DetailsAsked on 6/16/2011

Frontline & Heartguard cheaper online or at my vet?

Like most responsible pet owners I make sure my dogs (had 4 at one time) get their monthly heartguard and now every 3 weeks, Frontline. This gets very pricey so I explored my options. If you purchase these items from your vet they are the most expensive. I found a site online that is considerably cheaper especially with a generic option for heartguard. Does anyone else buy these meds online instead of from their vet? Any advice?

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Be careful when purchasing these products online! They are not guaranteed by the manufacturer (merial), and they do not sell their products to them. This being said, it is unknown how they are handled or where they came from. Also, most vet clinics have mail in rebates, it buy 6 get 2 free on frontline. Also, I've noticed some online sites get you with shipping costs. Hope this helps.

Answered 9 years ago by kelangel4


The online 'junk' comes from South America. There are ways online to tell if it is the real Frontline. I bought some and it did nothing while my cats suffered. A vet visit - - and a new medicine. This does not seem to be working longer than two weeks. I am currently looking for the real Frontline in the Melbourne FL area.

Answered 5 years ago by Originalcyn

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