CVS has boosted its own-brand MiPet range with the addition of two new products.

CVS has launched wormers Endectrid and Quantex

The first is Endectrid, a broad-spectrum, spot-on flea and worming product with licensed efficacy in dogs, cats and ferrets against a range of parasites, including lungworm.

The second is Quantex, a worming tablet for dogs and cats with licensed efficacy against tapeworm.

The MiPet range, offered to practices within the group and to members of its buying group, MiVetClub, already includes a range of 15 nutraceutical and pharmaceutical products, with waiting room retail products and life stage pet food set to follow later this year.

Sara Armitage, the company’s director of product and buying, said CVS was the first corporate group to offer an extensive own-brand range.

“Feedback has been very positive,” she said. “We will continue to grow the range and expect to launch a number of additional products later this year.”

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Ruth Jacobs
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Ruth Jacobs
8 months 22 days ago

Can you tell me if the Endectrid flea and tick treatment prevents ticks from attaching in the first place and does it protect against the recent established outbreak of babesiosis in England?

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8 months 22 days ago

Hi Ruth,

Spot-on products do not generally prevent initial contact. That said, Endectrid does not claim protection against ticks – the product data says it provides effective treatment and control of fleas, lice, roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, heartworms, lungworms, ear mites, sarcoptic mange and demodectic mange.

Mary King
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Mary King
3 months 26 days ago

Where can I buy both of the above products for my dog please

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3 months 22 days ago

Hi Mary,

If still available, MiPet products are an exclusive range only available from CVS and associated practices.

Beverley Archer
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Beverley Archer
3 months 20 days ago

I’ve been provided this for my dog but after it’s applied he constantly scratches himself, his fur comes out in handfuls, his head tremors and he gets a tummy upset, messing indoors which clearly distresses him as get been clean since 3 months old. He weighs 27 kg and I’ve been given a dose for an x large dog, 25kg to 42kg. I think i’m poisoning him.

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3 months 18 days ago

Hi Beverley,

As a publishing company, we cannot offer any recommendations. If you have genuine concerns, we can only suggest you contact your local veterinary practice for expert advice.

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