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Description & Usage

Sentinel is the only monthly oral preventive that guards against heartworm, adult roundworms, adult hookworms, whipworms, and prevents the development of flea eggs. This flavored chew is specifically formulated for dogs and puppies over four weeks old and weighing over two pounds. 

Precautions & Side Effects

Do not use in puppies under four weeks old and weighing less than two pounds. Possible adverse reactions include: vomiting, lethargy, diarrhea, urticaria, ataxia, convulsions, weakness and hypersalivation. Contact your veterinarian to learn about possible interactions with other medicine.

 

Milbemycin Oxime (2.3 mg) and Lufenuron (46 mg).

Directions

Follow the dosage prescribed by your veterinarian. Temaril-P should be administered with food and water to avoid an upset stomach. Do not stop the treatment suddenly unless advised by your veterinarian. 

Storage

Store at room temperature (59° - 77°F) away from light and moisture. Keep away from pets and children.

Dosing Chart

Weight Dosage
2 to 10 lbs Give one tablet monthly (Brown Box)
11 to 25 lbs Give one tablet monthly (Green Box)
26 to 50 lbs Give one tablet monthly (Yellow Box)
51 to 100 lbs Give one tablet monthly (White Box)
Over 100 lbs Give a combination of tablets based on weight

What is Sentinel for dogs?

Sentinel for dogs (Milbemycin Oxime and Lufenuron) is a prescription, monthly oral preventive drug which guards against parasites such as heartworm, adult roundworms, adult hookworms, whipworms and also prevents flea infestations.

Is Sentinel effective against fleas?

Sentinel will prevent future flea infestations by killing larvae in their early stages. If your dog is already infested with adult fleas, you may need an adulticide medication. 

Is Sentinel effective against fleas?

Sentinel will prevent future flea infestations by killing larvae in their early stages. If your dog is already infested with adult fleas, you may need an adulticide medication. 

Why should I protect my dog against heartworm disease?

Heartworm disease in dogs (dirofilariasis) is spread by mosquito bites and can become fatal if not treated properly. Heartworms can cause damage to your dog’s heart, arteries and lungs. It is important to keep your dog protected year-round as heartworm disease has been found in all 50 states and dogs can become infected at any time. Although it is possible to treat infected dogs, it is more difficult, more expensive and risky.