It protects against. Good that it is out. I use as well have had no issues.
Trifexis® (spinosad + milbemycin oxime) protects dogs against three types of intestinal parasites
: roundworm, hookworm and whipworm. These parasites are found in many areas around the United States, living and reproducing in animal feces and in infected soil that dogs can access.
Intestinal parasites can affect your dog
in various ways, such as weight loss, diarrhea, vomiting, and even intestinal inflammation or blockage. In the most severe cases, intestinal parasite infection can kill your pet1.
Moreover, intestinal parasites can be contracted by humans through contact with an infected environment, potentially resulting in serious health issues
Use the links on the left to learn more about the three types of intestinal parasites
and their lifecycles
. The best protection against any pest is awareness.
Trifexis. One chewable tablet. Three types of parasite protection, made easy.
can be your first line of defense, providing treatment and control of intestinal parasite infection for your dog. Talk to your veterinarian about year-round, monthly parasite control with Trifexis.
Per the 700 dog death article
"965 complaints of dog deaths blamed on Trifexis. "
"Reports to Elanco's customer hotline have had an impact. There are now nearly 1,500 complaints of lost muscle control; a condition called ataxia. "
"In the United States alone about 70 million doses of Trifexis have been dispensed and 15,000 veterinary clinics rely on the product"
Okay so let's add up 1,500 and the 965
And lump them into one category of 'issues'
2465 divided by 70 million so that percentage is about 0.003521% according to the article
Hrmmm you decide...