There is no "best" but there are effective ways to remove fleas on dogs. One is bathing him in dog shampoo and a dish soap. Frontline is good but please note that you should not use it indefinitely because it can make your pet sick. Now that the fleas are gone, there are still chances that fleas will return. It's because there are still "FLEA EGGS" lying around the house. They often fall off on your dog and find their way back into your pet.
It depends on the age of the puppy. But if i were you i wouldn't put flea treatment on them until they are at least 8 weeks of age. I use frontline plus on all of my dogs and cats.
Best flea treatment for ferrets is either Advantage or Frontline. Refer to related question below for more information
You can put a flea collar on your dog, or buy flea treatment from your local vet or supermarket to treat them with it.
It is not safe to use Frontline flea treatment on humans to kill head lice. This product was specifically created for cats and dogs.
Flea treatment kills any live fleas and there eggs.
I would not use powder. Any flea shampoo is fine, also you could use a flea collar.
The best deal is to use the flea dip for dogs. It cost 1/3 the price, twice as strong, and you get double the amount.
Advantage once a month topical flea treament for dogs and puppies is one of the highest rated in flea control for dogs. For cats, Revoltion is the best bet.
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Yes and it also helps with ticks.
Advantage once-a-month and Sentinel are the best flea treatment. Frontline plus also works great! Ask your vet which would be best for your pet. Flea collars, dips and shampoos are the best products in price. They also won't harm your pet like medical methods.
frontline is the best tick & flea treatment there is. it is very safe
There are many holistic flea treatments for dogs; one of these treatments is the Only Natural Pet All-in-One Flea Remedy. It is a powder that can be applied on a pet's fur as well as bedding, carpets, and furniture. The powder uses a natural compound called diatomaceous that kills fleas and their eggs and larvae in a few hours.
They sell flea spray for cats and dogs. Check with a pet store in your area.They sell flea spray for cats and dogs. Check with a pet store in your area.They sell flea spray for cats and dogs. Check with a pet store in your area.They sell flea spray for cats and dogs. Check with a pet store in your area.They sell flea spray for cats and dogs. Check with a pet store in your area.They sell flea spray for cats and dogs. Check with a pet store in your area.
flea itch reliever..... obviously:/
Absolutely not ! They're designed for use ONLY on dogs. Take the duck to your vet and have them prescribe a suitable treatment.
Dogs can get fleas just about anywhere. All it takes is one, and before you know it, they're all over the place. On top of it, there's more than one kind of flea. Where I live, we have the common flea and what we call a `sand flea`, which is worse than the regular ones. I'd suggest a regular treatment of something like Hartz 4 in 1, which is an easy to apply monthly treatment. Where I live, it's quite effective.
buy flea treatment and get a flea repellant collar and brush them daily
the flea sucks the dogs blood, therefore the flea benefits, while the dog detriments...
Yes. All dogs can get fleas, but not very often. You can reduce the amount by using flea powder or a flea collar.
i think that's what their mainly for.... dogs.
You need to contact your vet, or the National Animal Poison Control Center at 1-800-548-2423 immediately.
Wait for about thirty minutes so that the dog can dry up.