What is Revolt for Cats?
- Revolt is a prescription, topical medication that prevents heartworm and parasite infections for cats and kittens.
- Revolt contains selamectin, a parasiticide that protects cats and kittens against heartworm, fleas, ear mites, and intestinal worms for one month.
Why is Revolt used for Cats?
- Revolt kills adult fleas, flea eggs and prevents and controls infestations of fleas.
- Revolt prevents heartworm disease.
- It treats and controls ear mite infections.
- It treats and controls roundworms and intestinal hookworm infections.
What else should I know about Revolt?
- Revolt is recommended for use in cats weighing at least 5 lbs and eight weeks of age and older.
- In humans, Revolt may be irritating to the skin and eyes.
- Wash hands after use and wash off any product in contact with the skin immediately with soap and water.
- Bathing or shampooing the cat 2 hours after treatment will not reduce the effectiveness of Revolt against fleas.
- Bathing or shampooing the cat 24 hours after treatment will not reduce the effectiveness of Revolt against heartworm.
- The American Heartworm Society and most veterinarians recommend an annual heartworm test before prescribing a heartworm preventative for your dog or cat. Dogs and cats with existing heartworm infections can have serious reactions after taking this.
- Revolt is sold as a prescription drug in a maximum of a 12-month supply per cat.
What problems could my cat have with Revolt?
- Consult with your veterinarian before using this product and follow their specific recommendations for use.
- Due to alcohol content, do not apply to broken skin.
- Do not apply when the haircoat is wet.
- Stiff hair, clumping of hair, hair discoloration, or a slight powdery residue may be observed at the treatment site in some animals. These effects are temporary and do not affect the safety or effectiveness of the product.
How do you use Revolt?
- Apply to the skin once a month as directed by your veterinarian.
What is in Revolt?
- Revolt contains selamectin, a type of parasiticide medication that is effective against heartworm, hookworm, roundworm, fleas, and ear mites.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Revolt is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
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Most Liked Positive Review
Our internal medicine specialist wanted to treat our pug for nose mites (I could have lived my whole life without learning those existed). Revolution was out of stock EVERYWHERE. VETRX suggested Revolt, so we tried it. Very easy to use and quickly absorbed, so no sticky patch on the dogs. No bad reactions, smooth sailing! Thanks so much to Vetrx for helping us!
Most Liked Negative Review
Nope, Keep Looking
Six-and-a-half year old dog, never once had a hint of fleas using Frontline in her early years then Revolution more recently. With the Covid supply issue, we were forced to seek out alternative Stronghold first. That worked fine. When Stronghold went away, we tried this Revolt. Do not get Revolt. She has fleas for the first time in her life. It's awful and frustrating and will take weeks or months to fix. Do NOT buy Revolt.
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Q & A
My dog has gotten sick 5 days after applying this topical med. 11 lbs. Yorkie. Vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargic. Is this too strong a dose for him? Vet gave us this dose for small/medium dog.?
According to the manufacturer, side effects such as diarrhea, vomiting, and lethargy have been reported with the use of this medication. It is recommended that you contact your veterinarian and report these side effects and discuss any concerns regarding this medication.Verified Answer
Does revolt work as a deworming? Or do you have to use another deworming to get rid of worms??
Revolt is used to prevent heartworm in cats and dogs. It does this by targeting the larval stage of heartworms, but it does not work as well against adult heartworms. According to the package insert, it has been shown to decrease active infections, but it is not effective at fully clearing the infection. The American Heartworm Society’s Official Canine Guidelines recommend against using preventatives as a sole heartworm treatment option. However, they still recommend using preventatives such as this product in dogs positive with heartworm to prevent further infection while undergoing treatment with other agents. The Revolt package insert states this product is safe to use in both cats and dogs infected with adult heartworm. Additionally, this product can be used as treatment for roundworm and hookworm infections only in cats. To determine if this is the right product for your pet, please reach out to your veterinarian.Verified Answer
Can this product be used on pet rabbits??
I have an outside rescue cat that I have been using Revolution on for several years, however, a 6 month supply is over $125 and Revolt is half the price-is it the same formula and as effective as Revolution??
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