Pet meds Spotlight:Generic Frontline Plus for dogs and cats

Today’s Pet meds Spotlight is on “Generic Frontline Plus” or Fiprogaurd Plus.   Generic medications come about when the patent with the original manufacturer, in this case Frontline Plus, Merial, expires.  Fiprogaurd Plus can now be considered a true generic of Frontline plus in that it’s active ingredients are exactly the same, fipronil and s-methoprene,  and in the same proportions. 

Formally known as the Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984, Hatch-Waxman allowed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve generic drugs for sale if a product’s manufacturer could prove that its copy of a branded drug had the same chemical structure and the same effect as the patented drug. This eliminated the previous requirement that generic drugs undergo extensive human clinical trials. The History of Generic Drugs

1800PetMeds sells a variety of medications and generics for your pet, all of them U.S. FDA/EPA-approved. The same medications that are sold in your veterinarian’s office and are the freshest products available because of our high volume of sales to millions of customers.  Our products and facilities are regularly inspected by state agencies and we’re in full compliance.  Conveniently delivered to your door, with free shipping on orders over $39. Excludes refrigerated items.

PetMed Express is a publicly traded company, NASDAQ:PETS 

Generic Frontline Plus or Fiproguard Plus is available here.

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