Please do not go here. From my experience it is a cheap place to get your pet looked at and medicine at a discount but after my visits I see that they are in business to make money off people who can't afford a real veterinary visit. When I first visited the place I was looking for flea medication. My cat is an older cat. The veterinarian spent all of 5 minutes looking at my cat to confirm she had fleas then spent 10-15 minutes speaking with my boyfriend trying to find out if he would be qualified to work there at the facility. The female at the desk suggested Frontline. I suppose because they were getting a kickback for everyone they recommended to Frontline. I have used Frontline about 4-5 times and NEVER it has worked. However, I wanted to believe that this was a place that really cared about animals and bought a six month supply. I should have just thrown the money out the window while driving down the street. The only medication that really seemed to work was Revolution. At the time of the visit the old man said that my cat was too old for it. That's why I tried Frontline AGAIN! Okay, I am the ignoramus here. Two months ago I went there to see if I could get Revolution. When I arrived they said they didn't have it in stock but that they were due to get it in a few days. When I returned to my vehicle my battery had died. I went back inside and spoke to a young man and asked if someone there could give my battery a jump. I found jumper cables in my trunk and went back inside to let him know I had them. I sat in 90 degree weather for an hour until I found someone to come jump my battery. It took all of 2 minutes. (No, the young man nor anyone else ever did come out to help or even ask if they could call a tow truck or anything.) Note to self..... probably not the place to take a pet who is sick if they can't help a perfectly healthy person with a battery jump. But even after all that I called a few days ago and asked if they had Revolution. I was told they do and they can sell it to me in individual or however I wanted. When I arrived, there were no brochures for Frontline anywhere to be seen!!! Strange! The woman at the desked asked my name and had a difficult time finding my file. Hmmmmm.. Warning! I saw that they had Advantage and Activyl now along with Revolution. She suggested either as they work really good. Oh, but you need a prescription for Revolution. Hmmmm, no mention of THAT from the smart young man that told me they had it available. When I asked which was better the woman said they are both good. She suggested Advantage. All I could see was FAILURE!!!!! A repeat of her recommendation of Frontline. I chose to go with Activyl. Who knows if it will actually work. I bought one dose so if it doesn't I won't lose anything. It seems that will push whatever product is giving them the most kick back. Good for them!!! And if they are getting subsidized by the government for being a charitable affiliation then all the better. I would not recommend them unless you honestly have NO WHERE ELSE TO GO. I feel sorry for your pet if that is the case.