Door County Veterinary Hospital

3915 Old HWY Rd.
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235


Recommendations for Flea and Tick Preventative


We recommend Frontline Plus & NexGard for flea and tick control on dogs.  Frontline is a topical which is put on your dog between the shoulder blades once a month.  NexGard is a oral chew given once a month; a lot of owners find this is much easier!

Frontline NexGard



We recommend Revolution for flea control on cats.  This product has been proven to be safe and effective and also has the additional benefits of treating ear mites, lice, heartworm, and some intestinal parasites in cats.
Frontline is also recommended for cats as well!


We currently have a great coupon on Frontline: buy 3 get 1 free, buy 6 get 2 free!

We also have a coupon on Revolution: buy 6 get 2 free, buy 9 get 3 free!



Unfortunately, at the Door County Veterinary Hospital we see reactions to some of the over-the-counter flea and tick products.  Some of the reactions that may occur range from skin irritation, G.I. upset, lethargy and even seizures.  Please contact your veterinarian if any of these symptoms occur when using over-the-counter products.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    We would also like to bring to your attention that during the Fall and early Winter seasons is the time in which the fleas and ticks are more active. They are trying to find a warm body to attach to and nest in to get away from the cooler temperatures. Staying on flea and tick prevention until the first full frost is the best way to help keep your pets covered from the harmful effects of fleas and ticks.