- Buy 3 doses get a $5.00 rebate card back in the mail
- Buy 12 doses get a $15.00 rebate card back in the mail
Mix and match for more savings!
- Buy 12 doses of Interceptor Plus + 12 doses Credelio = $50 instant rebate
- Buy 12 doses of Interceptor Plus + 6 doses Credelio = $35 instant rebate
- Buy 6 doses of Interceptor Plus + 6 doses Credelio = $20 instant rebate
(All rebates for Parastar for dogs are also valid on EasySpot for cats.)
- Buy 3 doses, get 1 free!
- Buy 6 doses, get 2 free!
- Buy 12 doses, get a $12 rebate card back in the mail
- Try your first dose of Nexgard for free! Get 1 dose free with coupon. No purchase necessary.
- Buy 6 doses, get 1 dose free!
Mix and match for more savings! <----- Limited time offer! Expires 3/31/2020
- Buy 12 doses of Heartgard Plus and 12 doses of either Frontline or Nexgard and receive a $60 rebate card back in the mail.
- Buy 12 doses of Heartgard Plus and 6 doses of either Frontline or Nexgard and receive a $35 rebate card back in the mail.
- Buy 6 doses of Heartgard Plus and 6 doses of either Frontline or Nexgard and receive a $ 25 rebate card back in the mail.
These rebates may not be combined with any other offers.
Offers are good until December 31, 2020.
Complimentary BVDV PI Testing with Bull Breeding Soundness Exams
Rock Veterinary Clinic is excited to partner with Dan Fedders from Boehringer Ingelheim to offer free BVDV PI testing with each bull breeding soundness exam. The test is completed by drawing blood from each bull and sending it to South Dakota State University Diagnostic Lab for testing. Normally, the test costs around $5 per animal, but thanks to Boehringer Ingelheim, all testing fees will be covered. PI animals have been shown to be one of several sources for continual spread of the BVD virus.
What is a PI animal?
PI stands for persistently infected, which means that the animal will always have BVDV (Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus) and will never clear the infection. Instead, that animal will be actively shedding BVDV to every animal that it encounters in its life.
How are PI animals created?
During the first trimester of pregnancy, if a cow is exposed to an animal with BVDV she can acquire that infection and pass it to her unborn calf as well. Because the calf is still developing its own immune system in utero, the BVDV virus cannot be cleared by the calf’s immune system. Rather, the virus becomes a part of the calf immune system and sets the calf up to shed BVDV the rest of its life.