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Apoquel Mesa

Apoquel Mesa - Itch Treatment Medication For Dogs Mesa

Are you searching for “Apoquel Mesa” or “Dog Itching Medication“, while looking for veterinarians in Mesa, Arizona who prescribe Apoquel or offer medication to help relieve itching and inflammation in dogs? If so, Augusta Ranch Animal Hospital can help! We prescribe Apoquel for dogs who are experiencing food allergies, flea allergies, atopic dermatitis, and contact allergies.

What Is Apoquel?


Apolquel is a medication used to control and treat inflammation and itching in dogs resulting from multiple causes, including food allergy, flea allergy, atopic dermatitis, and contact allergy. Apoquel can deliver onset relief for your dog within 4 hours. If can effectively control itching within 24 hours.

Do I Need A Prescription For Apoquel?


Yes, Apoquel does require a prescription from our veterinarians, and is sold by the tablet.

What Is Apoquel Used For?


Apoquel is used for relieving inflammation and itching in dogs that are causes by a variety of diagnoses, including atopic dermatitis and allergic dermatitis.

Benefits Of Apoquel


  • Can provide onset relief in around 4 hours
  • Controls itching effectively after 24 hours
  • Safe for long term or short term usage
  • Can be used alongside other medications, including vaccines, antibiotics, and parasiticides
  • Used to stop itching with small impact on immune function
  • Control pruritus usually associated with allergic dermatitis and can control atopic dermatitis
  • Soly by the tablet

How It Works


Apoquel works with using selective janus kinase (JAK) inhibitors which target pruritogenic (itch creating) cytokines. If control itching that is due to food allergies, flea allergies, atopic dermatitis, and contact allergies. Apoquel is used to control pruritus for fast relief, and provides long-term and short-term relief of inflammation and itching.


Apoquel Tablets MesaThis medication is not for human consumption and is for use in dogs only. Keep this drug out of reach of your children. Do not give this medication to dogs under 12 months of age, dogs with serious infections or breeding dogs. Make sure you wash your hands after handling the medication. In case of eye contact, flush with saline or water immediately.

If you looking for medication to control your dog’s itching or inflammation, Apoquel may be the medication your canine needs. “APOQUEL® (oclacitinib tablet) is a novel, first-in-class, targeted therapy that provides dogs fast itch control without many of the side effects associated with steroids.Buy Apoquel Online at our online pharmacy.

Coccidia Mesa | Treatment Of Coccidiosis

Coccidia Treatment Mesa Coccidiosis

Are you wondering why your cat or dog is experiencing diarrhea? It’s possible they may have Coccidiosis or Coccidia in their intestinal tracks. Coccidea are basically small one-celled organisms (protozoans) that hide out in intestinal tracks of cats or dogs.

*Important – If your dog or cat is experiencing any signs of diarrhea (not just Coccidiosis), you should get your pet examined right away to avoid more severe symptoms or even death. Call us right away at (480) 380 – 6710 to schedule an appointment with our expert veterinarians. Read more about Coccidiosis below..

Coccidiosis disease is most commonly found in kittens and puppies that are six months old or less. Also, in adult cats or dogs whose immune systems are suppressed, or are stressed in different ways (for example; other disease present, change of ownership).

Symptoms of Coccidiosis?

As mentioned above, the most common sign of Coccidiosis is diarrhea. Depending on how severe the infection is, the diarrhea can be mild to severe (Mucous & Blood Present) in advanced cases. Animals with a severe case of Coccidiosis may even lose their appetite, vomit, dehydrate, or in few cases, die from cocccidiosis.

Risks Involved?

Most cases are mild but it’s not uncommon to see severe cases. The severe cases mostly come about in animals who are infected with bacteria, parasites, or other viruses at the same time. Also, Coccidiosis is contagious among young puppies.

What is the treatment of coccidiosis?

There are treatments available for Coccidiosis. The best way to treat and prevent Coccidia is by prescription drugs. However, drugs don’t kill the protozoans, rather they stop them from reproduction. This allow the puppy’s own immune system to fully develop  to kill off the organisms naturally.

Augusta Ranch Animal Hospital will recommend treatments based on your pets condition and overall health.

How Can I Prevent Coccidiosis From Spreading?

Coccidia can be spread by carrier animals, which makes it extremely important to have a strict sanitation plan. Fecal matter should all be removed from the home. Food and water should be clean at all times and should never be contaminated with feces. The best methods is disinfection include; steam cleaning, boiling water immersion, or cleaning with ammonia solution 10%. Also, making sure your home is free of pests and rodents is important as well. Insects and rodents can both carry coccidia. Humans on the other hand cannot be affected by this organism.

If your animal is experiencing diarrhea and you think it might be Coccidiosis, get in touch with Augusta Ranch Animal Hospital asap for diagnosis, and treatment options. Give us a call today at (480) 380 – 6710.


Heartgard® Plus

Heartgard® Plus Dog Chews Mesa AZ

Welcome to Augusta Ranch Animal Hospital – a Heartgard Plus provider based out of Mesa, Arizona. Customers can purchase Heartgard Plus at our online pharmacy. Read below to learn more about Heartgard Plus heartworm chewable tablets for dogs. Have questions about this medication or want to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians about Heartgard Plus? Call us today at (480) 380-6710 or schedule online.

Heartgard Plus Description

Heartgard Plus a is chewable tablet that prevents heartworm disease and treats and controls ascarid, roundworms, and hookworm infections in dogs. The tablets should be prescribed by a veterinarian and should be given to your dog monthly.

Heatgard plus is for dogs that are 6 weeks old or more with no weight requirements

Benefits of Heartgard Plus

  • Dogs really like the taste
  • Effective control of hookworms, roundworms, and heartworms
  • Taken by mouth once a month

How Heartgard Plus Works:

These chewable tablets contain ivermectin, an antiparastic medication that helps prevent heartworms. It also contains Pyrantel Pamoate, which is an anthelminthic needed to prevent hookworms and roundworms.


Herding breeds of dogs are more sensitive to the effects of ivermectin do to their MDR1 gene. These types of dogs may be affected: Border Collie, Australian Shepherd Mini, English Shepherd, Australian Shepherd, and Collie.

Medication should be kept away from other pets or children.

The tablets should not be swallowed hold, they should be chewed. If you dog is known to swallow treats whole, you should break the tablets down into smaller pieces. Make sure they take the whole dose. This treatment is important to give your dog every month of the year. Winter months are especially important.

What if I miss a dose?

If you only missed 1 dose, give the dog the dose as soon as you remember. Never double up on doses. Missed 2 months or more? See your veterinarian ASAP!

What questions should I ask my vet about giving Heartgard Plus to my dog?

Make sure you ask about any allergic reactions your dog may have to the medication or its ingredients.

Heartgard Plus has been proven safe for pregnant dogs, stud dogs, and puppies that are 6 weeks of age or more.

Is there anything my pet should avoid while taking Heartgard Plus medication?

While taking Heartgard Plus make sure your dog:

  • Is free on fleas
  • Doest eat uncooked meat
  • Do not eat uncooked fish

Heartgard Plus Sid Effects:

Low doses of Heartgard Plus have rare side effects. Higher doses of Heartgard Plus may cause dilated pupils, tremors, loss of weight, and death.

Can I give my dog Heartgard Plus if they are already taking another heartworm medication?

No, do not give your dog Heartgard Plus if they are already taking another medication.

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