Reporting an Adverse Reaction to Oral Flea & Tick Preventives

The information below was taken directly from a fact sheet at FDA’s website.

  • If your dog or cat experiences any adverse event while using an isoxazoline product, first consult your veterinarian.
  • The FDA continues to monitor adverse drug event reports for these products and encourages pet owners and veterinarians to report adverse drug events. You can do this by reporting to the drugs’ manufacturers, who are required to report this information to the FDA, or by submitting a report directly to the FDA.
  • To report suspected adverse drug events for these products and/or obtain a copy of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) or for technical assistance, contact the appropriate manufacturers at the following phone numbers:
    • Merck Animal Health (Bravecto): 800-224-5318
    • Elanco Animal Health (Credelio): 888-545-5973
    • Merial (Nexgard): 888-637-4251
    • Zoetis (Simparica, Revolution Plus): 888-963-8471
  • If you prefer to report directly to the FDA, or want additional information about adverse drug experience reporting for animal drugs, see How to Report Animal Drug Side Effects and Product Problems.
  • Pet owners and veterinarians who have additional questions can contact AskCVM@fda.hhs.gov or call 240-402-7002.

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