NEW PRODUCTS AVAILABLE

We have recently added four new products that you can use to keep your pet healthy at affordable prices. Remember to go to .

VALUHEART -  we had this great priced monthly heartworm preventive available a while ago and have decided to offer it again.This product contains Ivermectin , the same active ingredient in Heartgard.It comes in three convenient packs for different size dogs. It does not contain a wormer like Heartgard Plus, but is such good value, please consider it as a simple monthly heartworm preventive for your pet.

SIMPARICA -   Simparica is a new innovative monthly tasty chew for dogs to keep on top of fleas, ticks, mange and mites that’s fast and lasts all month long. Simparica is a tasty liver flavoured chew that dogs love and it is readily consumed when offered as a treat. Starts killing over 50% of fleas within 3 hours with 100% fleas killed within 8 hours. Kills fleas fast before they can lay eggs,protecting pets and homes from flea infestation for 35 days. Kills the five key American ticks.

  Bravecto Spot On for cats is a new teatment for flea and tick control.  It is the longest lasting spot-on flea and tick treatment for cats. Cats receive 3 months protection from fleas and ticks, in one treatment. Long lasting Bravecto breaks the flea life cycle in one easy treatment.The topical formulation for cats will provide 12 weeks’ protection against adult fleas and black-legged ticks and eight weeks against American dog ticks. The solution may be used on cats ages six months or older and weighing at least 2.6 pounds

VECTRA 3D - Vectra 3D is used on dogs to treat and prevent flea and tick infestations and to repel sand flies, mosquitoes and stable flies. Its actions last for up to a month, and it prevents fleas from hatching and developing for two months. Vectra 3D repels by creating a 'hot foot' reaction. Fleas, ticks and other parasites come into contact with your dog's coat or skin, and become exposed to Vectra 3D. They retreat back up hair shafts without biting, and soon die. Mosquitoes sense the active ingredients of Vectra 3D, and 80% of the time, avoid dogs without landing. Vectra 3D is a topically applied liquid used monthly.


We wanted to remind everyone, you can save $5.00 off every order made during 2017 by using the discount code bestvalu17. This code can be entered at SHOPPING CART when making your order. It can be used an unlimited number of times during 2017. This discount effectively gives you free shipping , as our normal shipping charge is $5.00.


Comfortis was the first easy to use oral tablet that controlled fleas on pets for a four week period. Since its release, there are better products that have become available, that have the same action of controlling fleas but also control ticks. They all are available in a tasty chew-able tablet, that are accepted more readily than Comfortis by most pets. We have these alternatives to Comfortis available at great prices.The below is a summary of the products available.
Repels Fleas NO NO YES NO
Kills Flea eggs and Larvae Bravecto also kills newly emerged fleas before they can lay eggs.  Kills fleas before they can lay eggs NO Kills fleas before they can lay eggs
Kills Ticks YES YES YES NO
Repels Ticks NO NO YES NO
Kills and/or Repels Mosquitoes NO NO YES NO
Prevents Heartworm NO NO NO NO
Waterproof YES YES YES YES
Safe for pregnant or nursing Pets Safe for use in breeding, pregnant, and lactating dogs. The safe use of NexGard in pregnant, breeding or lactating dogs has not been evaluated. The safe use of Simparica has
not been evaluated in breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs.
The safe use of Comfortis in pregnant, breeding or lactating dogs has not been evaluated.
How long does it take to work Starts to kill fleas in
2 hours.
NexGard kills 100% of fleas within 24 hours. 
Begins to kill adult fleas within 3 hours and ticks within 8 hours of administration.
Comfortis has been claimed to kill 100% of fleas within 4 hours. 
Taste Tasty Chew Beef-flavored chewable Liver flavor Flavored tablet
Active Ingredient(s) Fluralaner Afoxolaner Sarolaner Spinosad
Dosage One chew every 3 months. Monthly Monthly Monthly

Cats are even better sun worshipers than people and most of them can lie in it all day without burning or damaging their skin. However, this is not true for some cats - like pale skinned people, cats with white non-pigmented areas of skin (often with only a sparse covering of hair) can suffer damage to the skin which can be very serious. The area's most commonly affected are the ear flaps, the nose and the eyelids. Initially the damage to the skin will show as a pink area with perhaps some scaling and hair loss. 

However, continued exposure will lead to more serious crusting of the skin. If this is not treated and the cat is not protected from the sun, then a serious skin condition called squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) can develop. This is a malignant tumour which will spread locally, destroying the surrounding tissue. It can also occasionally spread to other parts of the body such as the lymph nodes or lungs. As the condition gets more serious the skin looks very red and there may be ulcerated areas with raised hardened edges on the ears, eyelids, nose, lips and face. Bleeding from the lesions can be a major problem in some cats.


Treatment will depend on the severity of the condition. If skin damage is only minor then your vet may suggest that you simply keep the cat in during the hottest part of the day (between 10 am and 3pm). Some cats will tolerate a sunblock of factor 15 or more on the vulnerable parts; however, cats being cats, most will groom it off fairly quickly! 
If your vet considers the skin damage to be more serious, he or she may suggest that a tissue sample or biopsy is taken and sent to a specialist to ascertain if SCC has developed. Although only small samples of tissue are taken for the biopsy, there will inevitably be a small defect in the ear-flap thereafter. The cat will have to undergo a general anesthetic for the biopsy to be taken.

If the biopsy shows that the cat is suffering from SCC, your vet may suggest that the tumour is removed surgically. Obviously the sooner this can be done the better, preventing further invasion of the surrounding tissue. The surgery will aim to remove the affected skin and a margin around it to prevent recurrence. Removing ear flaps may affect the look of the cat somewhat, but it can be done fairly easily. If the problem is on the eyelid or nose then surgery can be considerably more difficult. Other treatment options including radiotherapy, photo-dynamic treatment, cryosurgery and heat treatment. These treatments aim to destroy the cancer cells and will only work if treated early at the start of the cancer growth.

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