How to Buy Revolution for Dogs With No Prescription Quick


Revolution is a topical medication that is used on dogs to protect them from a variety of conditions, including fleas, ear mites and heartworms. In addition, this medication provides some protection against manage and ticks. Revolution is administered once a month topically and enters the dog's bloodstream to provide protection. However, purchasing this medication from your vet can cost almost $200 for a 12 month supply. Buying the medication online without a prescription can reduce these costs. But, before making a purchase, it helps to have a few tips.

  • Weigh your dog. Before purchasing Revolution without a prescription, it's important to get an accurate weight for your dog. Oftentimes, your vet or a pet store will weigh your dog. Revolution comes in a variety of weight classes, including 11 to 22 lbs., 23 to 40 lbs., 41 to 85 lbs. and 86 to 130 lbs.

  • Read online reviews. There are online companies that are dedicated to comparing different companies that sell Revolution (see Resources). You can compare prices, read customer reviews and place an order without a prescription.

  • Call a feed store. Feed stores sell this medication without a veterinarian prescription. Before visiting the feed store, call to make sure it sells the product and has the right medication for your dog. For example, if your dog is 11 lbs., make sure it stocks the 11 to 22 lbs. medication. Also, be prepared to purchase at least a six-month months supply; feed stores usually sell in bulk.

  • Monitor your dog's symptoms. If you haven't give your dog Revolution before, watch for signs of digestive upset. Although this occurs in only 1 percent of dogs, some canines can experience difficulty.

Tips & Warnings

  • If your dog is sick, don't administer Revolution. Instead, have him checked out by the veterinarian. Once your dog is healthy again, you should be able to administer Revolution.
  • Don't apply Revolution on a dog younger then six months of age. Pfizer Animal Health, the manufacture of this medication, advises against it.
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