Question by witchychick: What is the best flea control and tick treatment for dogs?
What is the best flea control and tick treatment for dogs?
We are having a hard time getting rid of fleas, we are doing flea baths and drops BUT still cant get rid of the pesky critters. We are using frontline.
Ive heard of a tablet/capsule that works as a repellent, can anybody shed light on this. What the compound is generic brands etc. Also we are spraying the outside area too but perhaps the product we are using isn’t strong enough. Can anybody suggest the best and most economical way to rid the problem?
Thanks in advance.
Answer by Bozema
Switch to Advantage for awhile. Sometimes the fleas build up a resistance to one of the major flea medications and you need to switch for awhile. You can switch back to Frontline Plus after awhile.
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Question by Help: what happens to dogs who cannot get treatment for sarcoptic mange?
there was this street dog near my house who had sarcoptic mange..we called an animal shelter a while ago but the dog stoped coming near our home..is it dead or is it still itching..plz answer im very concerned
Answer by A Mom
There is no way of knowing about the mange without a skin scaping by the vet. Hopefully someone picked it up and got it to a vet. Keep an eye out, if you see it call a rescue, it’s what we do. If it is manage and it is not treated, secondary infections will set in. Just get rescues on the alert, so they can react if the dog comes back.
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It pays to trust your instincts when it comes to taking care of your dog.
In February a woman from Indiana found her 10 year old dog was lethargic and dehydrated. She quickly took her to the vet where her condition worsened and she began to have seizures and going into cardiac arrest. Her Dog, Abbey soon died.She asked the vet if it could be the Pedigree dog food that she had been feeding her dog and the vet said that he didn’t theink it was the cause. Her Dog Abbey soon died.
Three weeks later she got a new puppy and fed her the same exact food. The same thing happened to the puppy and she was rushed to the vet. This time the vet listened when she told him she had fed her the same food and they immediately put her on IV’s and antibiotics. Fortunately the puppy recovered.
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