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US FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION REPORT ON ISOXAZOLINE CLASS OF FLEA AND TICK MEDICATION

THIS INFORMATION IS BEING PROVIDED FOR EDUCATION.  EACH OWNER SHOULD DECIDE WITH THEIR VETS ADVISE WHAT IS THE BEST MEDICATION FOR YOUR DOG.  IT IS WISE TO RESEARCH WHAT IS BEING GIVEN TO YOUR DOG.


-- Fact Sheet for Pet Owners and Veterinarians about Potential Adverse Events Associated with Isoxazoline Flea and Tick Products | FDA

Fast Facts

  • The FDA is alerting pet owners and veterinarians of the potential for neurologic adverse events in dogs and cats when treated with drugs that are in the isoxazoline class.

  • Although these products can and have been safely used in the majority of dogs and cats, pet owners should consult with their veterinarian to review their patients’ medical histories and determine whether a product in the isoxazoline class is appropriate for their pet.


Cover Memo Isoxazolines Inquires (fda.gov)

Name: Isoxazoline inquiries DATE:10/1/2018 This serves as the response to your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for records regarding adverse event reports received for afoxolaner, fluralaner, lotilaner and sarolaner.


-- How to Report Problems with Flea and Tick Products | FDA

--- Safe Use of Flea and Tick Products in Pets | FDA


--Animal Drug Safety Communication: FDA Alerts Pet Owners and Veterinarians About Potential for Neurologic Adverse Events Associated with Certain Flea and Tick Products | FDA (archive-it.org)
 

FACEBOOK GROUPS FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE EXPERIENCEC PROLEMS WITH FLEA AND TICK MEDICIATION



--- Updated Summary on Use and Safety of Flea and Tick Preventives for Animals (primescholars.com)

The below chart has added flea and tick medications not in the isoxazoline class of drugs.  

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