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Trifexis

Discussion in 'Novartis Animal Health' started by Anonymous, Feb 13, 2011 at 9:25 AM.

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  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    The new head guy won't even notice we haven't sold anything. It's only 150 million, fuel costs for private jet costs more.
     

  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Good point. We will be fine. Actually, better than ever!
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Good point. We will be fine. Actually, better than ever!
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    That our pipeline is empty is true. Also that good old Denagard is our biggest product (20 years old). Next launch in 2020...either invest or shut down....would love the investment scenario
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Plant closed again due to FDA results, saw in newspaper today. Looks like another delay is coming, it's awful quite.
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    ...as I posted last week, but no one wanted to believe me. Talking regularly to The AHEC, they are getting really worried and try to fix thAt. No Sentinel in H1 2013
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Wrong. Sentinel coming in April.
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Seems like Trifexis is gone now too. Hello advantage multi.
     
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Plant was not closed again....it's producing and shipping some products....the media reported that Triminiac and Theraflu (that were produced in 2010-11) had a few bottles that needed to be recalled -- 97% of the product was already taken by consumers -- because of a faulty cap issue. The media also reported that this is a common obstacle for manufacturers of these type of products and they happen regularly. Had this issue not come up, Sentinel would already be back and Trifexis would have lost 1/3rd - if not more - of it's customers. Sentinel will be back in April and Elanco is actually going to have to work for it's business now. Christmas is over.
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Sentinel in April?? Let's wait and see it to believe it!
     
  11. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    You obviously aren't "in the know". New York Times even reported a few weeks ago that Novartis's Lincoln, Neb. plant was scheduled to have it's final inspection and it was predicted everything will be fine. You keep waiting and when you see it on the shelves in the Spring and Trifexis is returned -- most good vets only bought because they had no other options / and or it was "new" and it intrigued them. When vets have options, Trifexis's big pill / big price / and awful side effects will take a major hit.
     
  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    OK, I'm sorry. too little. too late....
    From a Vet who is on the board of the largest nat' group in the US. Were you not present at the meeting? It was an "across the board" overall concensus that NAH has crossed the line/s and no longer welcome in our clinics. Good riddance.
     
  13. Dog Owner

    Dog Owner Guest

    For the dog owners on here who have had a dog react to Trifexis, my 70 pound pitbull is currently going through this. I have been home with her all day trying to help her. Any advice on helping her get through this? I am so angry I did not research this drug before taking my vets advice to switch my girl to it. I am upset that a decision I made had put her through this. She is an otherwise very healthy and tough dog. This is the first time she has ever had anything like this happen to her. How long will it last? Will the vet be able to do anything for her if I bring her in? I am growing less and less trusting of my vet and am in search of a new one.

    Symptoms: trembling bad every time she breaths in, disoriented, wobbly when trying to walk, she has fallen over several times, trouble using the bathroom, very sleepy, eyes are low (not opened all the way), she has vomited twice and has not eaten all day which is a first in her 8 years of life. When I put her food down this morning, she would pick up pieces in her mouth, then spit them out... at first I thought it was a tooth problem but I have checked her all over, no pain, no ear issues. The ONLY difference is I gave her Trifexis last night, by the morning she was like this. This is her third month on Trifexis. PLEASE HELP, anything to help me get her through this! I called my vet and they said I could drop her off and they would monitor her, well I can do that here. Thank you for any advice.
     
  14. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Good we hate dealing with vca!
     
  15. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    We are on target to have Sentinel back by April. Once it is back, we will have the best programs for clinics and pet owners to regain trust and marketshare. It is very exciting!!
     
  16. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    A turd dipped in glitter is still a turd......and Sentinel my friends is still a turd! Then again you'll also be launching same turd + praziquantel, now that's ground breaking.
     
  17. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    So help me understand which one of your three drugs is groundbreaking. A Program copycat, a Sentinel copycat, or generic Prozac. Wow, what a cutting edge company!
     
  18. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I love it, wrong company! However, at least their shit kills fleas so it still beats your turd products, also come one Novartis is last company to be throwing around "copycat", seriously Parastar line.
     
  19. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Didn't even try to defend turf product comments, maybe Novartis has come to except that and just try to overcome by giving the crap away to regain what little market share Sentinel even had in past 5 years.
     
  20. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Clinics are excited to get the Trifexis crap off their shelves. Sentinel may be crap but its better than your crap pill.