Flea & Tick Itch Support Soft Chews


  • Supports Immunity. Contains Vitamin A, Thiamine and Zinc to maintain your dog's immune style and function.
  • Antioxidant Protection. Contains nature's antioxidants like Brewer’s Yeast, Apple Cider Vinegar, Ginger, and more.
  • #1 Natural Flea & Tick Brand. Based on 2022 Nielsen Data*
  • Daily Supplement for Dogs. This daily soft chew is great to add to your pup's regular regimen to help improve skin and coat health, irritability and discomfort from fleas and ticks.

Product Details

Active Ingredients

Brewer's Yeast
425 mg
Apple Cider Vinegar
250 mg
Omega 3 Fatty Acids (Flaxseed Oil)
65 mg
Omega 6 Fatty Acids (Sunflower Lecithin)
30 mg
Omega 9 Fatty Acids (Flaxseed Oil)
25 mg
Garlic Bulb Powder
25 mg
2.5 mg
1.5 mg
Vitamin A
100 IU


Inactive Ingredients

Apple Pectin Powder, Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate, Chicken Liver, Coconut Glycerin, Gum Arabic, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Mixed Tocopherols, Salt, Sodium Alginate, Sodium Propionate, Sorbic Acid

Not for human consumption. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Administer during or after the animal has eaten to reduce incidence of gastrointestinal upset. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product. May have an anti-coagulant effect in high doses. Should not be used prior to surgery or with pre-existing anemia. Excessive continuous doses of garlic may lead to Heinz body anemia in dogs.

Directions for Use

FOR USE IN DOGS ONLY. Recommended to support skin & coat and healthy immune function. For use in dogs and puppies 12 weeks and older. This product works best when used daily.


Weight Amount
Up to 25 lbs. 1 chew daily
26 - 50 lbs. 2 chews daily
51+ lbs. 3 chews daily

Up to 25 lbs body weight ................1 chew daily 26-50 lbs body weight.................. 2 chews daily 51+ pounds body weight .............. 3 chews daily



My dog is under 12 weeks, but he’s large for his age, can I start him on Flea and Tick Support chews?

The restriction we have on age limit is due to development of the pet, not their weight. While your dog may be large for their age, we still want to ensure that the product is not administered until they are at least 12 weeks of age to ensure they have had adequate time to develop.

My dog got into the package of Flea and Tick Itch Support chews, and ate the entire container, what do I do?

Anytime a pet ingests more than what is indicated under Directions for Use on the packaging, we strongly encourage you to contact your veterinarian, or pet poison immediately so they can determine what next steps should be taken for your pet. Veterinary professionals are best positioned to evaluate the situation and any potential impact an overdose can have on your individual pet’s health. It is important to have the product packaging available when you reach out, so they have all relevant information.

My pet has a surgery scheduled, how long before do I need to stop using the Flea and Tick Support?

If your pet has a scheduled surgery, we strongly suggest speaking to your veterinarian at least a week prior to their procedure regarding the supplements and any medications they are currently taking. Your veterinarian will be able to provide guidance on when to stop current medications and supplements. If possible, bring the supplement bottle with you so that your veterinarian can look it over.

My dog was diagnosed with anemia, do I need to stop giving Vet's Best Flea and Tick Itch Support chews?

If your dog was recently diagnosed with anemia, please stop providing Vet’s Best Flea & Tick Itch Support right away, and then speak to your veterinarian as soon as you can regarding the supplement. They will be able to determine if your pet can still use Vet’s Best Flea & Tick Itch Support, and if not, what other skin support supplements would be appropriate for your dog.

The label states that excessive continuous doses of garlic may lead to Heinz body anemia in dogs. Is the amount in this considered excessive? How long should I provide the Flea & Tick Itch Support chews to avoid Heinz body anemia?

The inclusion rate of garlic in our Flea & Tick Itch Support is added in controlled amounts. The safety of the pets we serve is our top priority, and we want to make sure consumers have the information they need to make the best decision for their pet. Garlic in large quantities can contribute to the development of Heinz bodies anemia, however the amount within our chews are within a safe range to provide to your pet when used as directed. However, if your pet receives garlic in other products in any appreciable quantities, it is always best to speak to your veterinarian.

The Vet’s Best Flea & Tick Itch Support contains garlic, why? I thought garlic was toxic for dogs.

Garlic that has not been processed or is given in large quantities has the potential to cause Heinz Body Anemia. The inclusion of garlic in our Flea and Tick Itch Support has been processed prior to inclusion and is added in controlled amounts. Additionally, garlic is known to have antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties when used in the correct application and amounts. It’s important to note that the garlic in our product is included in very controlled quantities, and raw garlic should never be offered to your pet.

Can I use Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Support with my dog who has medical conditions or seizures?

While Vet’ supplements are made to aid, promote, and support the body, they are not intended to cure, reverse, or prevent any condition. If you feel as though one of our Vet’s Best supplements may benefit your dog, please speak to your veterinarian before adding the supplement to their daily routine to make certain your pet’s individual needs have been considered.

Can I give Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Itch Support to my cat?

Our Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Itch Support is specifically formulated for dogs, which is listed on the packaging. This product should not be used with cats or any other species. If you are needing a skin support supplement for an animal not listed on the package, your veterinarian should be able to help you identify what products would be appropriate for your pet.

Can I use Vet’s Best Flea & Tick Itch Support with other skin supplements?

In many cases, using multiple supplements for your pet is safe and indicated. However, it is crucial to ensure they do not contain the same active ingredients to avoid overconsumption, as well as not providing two of the same types of supplements, e.g., two skin and coat supplements, two seasonal allergy supplements, even if they have different active ingredients. Always consult with your veterinarian before introducing new supplements into your pet’s regimen to ensure the safety of the supplement with any prescribed medications, as well as making sure your pet will benefit from the addition of the supplement in their routine. Lastly, read the product label through entirely before providing any supplement to your pet.

If I have a dog that weighs 100lbs how many Vet's Best Flea and Tick Itch Support chews should I give my dog?

For dogs that weigh more than 51lbs, please provide 3 chews daily per the instructions on the back of the package. Conversely, dogs up to 25lbs can receive up to one chew per day, and it is not necessary to split chews for any weight less than 25lbs. It is always important to check the product instructions listed on the package to ensure you are providing your dog the correct amount.

How often should Vet's Best Flea and Tick Itch Support chewables be given, and how quickly will I see results?

Our Flea and Tick Itch Support works best when used daily, however, the length of time it takes to see results will depend on the current condition of your pet’s skin, environmental factors, and their daily nutritional intake.