There are so many products on the market that, that many people wonder which one should we use?
We personally do not recommend any of the combo flea/tick/heartworm pills . We are going to link to an article that the FDA states since these products have been on the market there has been a huge increase in seizures in dogs . FDA flea/tick med article
For flea/tick meds we recommend advantage, Advantix, and Frontlin or some of the natural treatments which we will have links for soon.
For heartworm we recommend interceptor plus or heartguard plus.
Your RoseHall puppy is placed with NO breeding rights as breeding requires knowledge of pedigrees, health issues, temperaments, genetics, and lifelong responsibility and dedication. We don't ever want to see one of our puppies end up in a shelter, or reproduce a puppy that ends up in a shelter. Spaying and neutering assist people in preventing unwanted breeding.
It used to be the standard veterinarian recommendation was to spay and neuter your pet at six months BUT veterinary research has learned a lot over the past decade or two and in many breeds they've discovered significant health issues in early spay and neuters. Here is just one of many articles available on this topic Early spay/neuter issues in german shepherds
Contractually you cannot spay or neuter your Rose Hall Shepherd before a year without voiding your warranty, but we recommend you wait until at least 18 months.