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Save $100+ on flea & tick prevention

Vet prescribed the right flea and tick medication — delivered to you for only $25/month.

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Licensed Veterinarians
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Monthly Medication Deliveries
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3 Minute Online Process
NexGard Flea and Tick Prevention

Why Otis?

Value guarantee
Your dog's wellbeing is our #1 priority. Our vets review each pet's situation to select the safest treatment plan.
Efficacy guarantee
We provide the most effective prevention plans — only available through licensed veterinarians.
Value guarantee
Save over $100 compared to an in-person clinic visit to get your pet's preventatives.

Quick Online Process

No need to visit a vet clinic or pay for expensive appointments. Provide us your pet's information and we take care of the rest.
2-3 Minutes
Tell us about your pet
No need to take time off work or even leave the house. Simply provide us some information for our vets to review.
Otis veterinary app on a mobile device
3-4 Hours
Vet reviews & prescribes treatment
Our vets will match your pet with the best flea and tick prevention for their unique situation.
Veterinary telemedicine
2-4 Days
First monthly dose arrives
We ship you the correct dose of medication monthly so you never miss a treatment.
Monthly treatment deliveries
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Flea and Tick Medication

• Better Prevention: Vet prescribed flea and tick treatment is safer and more effective than over-the-counter options.

• All Online:
No need to make an appointment or load your dog into the car. Complete the whole process from home.

• Save Money: The average clinic visit to get flea and tick prevention in person costs over $100. Skip the clinic fee when you start a free online consult.

Only $25/month
Is flea and tick medication necessary?
Monthly flea and tick medication is a vital component of a comprehensive preventive health regimen for your cat or dog.
Should I give my pet flea and tick medication year round?
While many people believe that flea and tick treatment is only necessary during warmer times of the year, veterinarians actually recommend giving your pet the medication year round.
How do I give my pet their medication?
Flea and tick medication is available as a chewable tablet. No need to worry about messy topicals or pill pockets.
Is prescription flea and tick treatment better than over-the-counter?
Veterinarians suggest giving your cat or dog prescription treatment because it is more effective at preventing pests and safer for both your pet and the people that come in contact with them. Since prescriptions require a vet to review your pets unique situation, you can often avoid many of the negative side effects associated with flea and tick preventatives.

Expert Veterinarians

Dr. Hillary Braverman
Dr. Hillary Braverman, DVM
Licensed Veterinarian
Dr. Braverman is a veterinarian licensed in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University and her undergraduate degree from Boston University.
Dr. Ellen Russell
Dr. Ellen Russell DVM, MPH
Licensed Veterinarian
Dr. Russell is a small animal veterinarian practicing in Richmond, VA. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Public Health degrees from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.