There are many, many brands out there. If your dog has a real problem with fleas, it may be he is getting them from your yard. When treating your pet for fleas, if you expect to keep him from getting them again any time soon, you must treat your house and yard (where he plays and goes potty). Treating the bedding is a must as well. If your dog travels in your car, guess what, this area should be treated as well. If your dog bites at himself trying to scratch a flea, he may ingest it. This can cause tape worms to grow in your dogs stomach. These are the little white "rice like" wiggly things in your dogs fresh feces. So I would suggest you apply a monthly flea preventive such as Frontline or Advantage so your dog has a better chance of not getting any kind of internal parasite. I also suggest your contact your vet.
Its not really formulated for a dogs fur and skin. I have had good results with baby shampoo with my dogs unless they had skin problems or were being bathed for fleas.
Not unless it says "Flea shampoo" on the label. You can buy deodorant shampoos for dogs.
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I think you could try to use tweezers.
Yes, but you can prevent that by getting a vet reccomended flea and tick dog shampoo.
You can do it by simply opening a part of dog's coat and search for fleas. There are available shampoos to cure fleas on dogs. So instead of picking all fleas in your dog's body, just use a shampoo on your dog.
No all dogs do not have fleas because some dogs are outside dogs and when dogs get fleas there from outside
You can use people shampoo on dogs but if your dog has a lot of fleas I recommend you use flea shampoo that can be purchased at your local pet store. For skin conditions like mange, visit a vet for a special shampoo.
they hide on cats and dogs and more furry animals then they make eggs so get the fleas off before they do just shampoo your pet really good or go to a vet
Dogs can carry fleas, although fleas are more attracted to cats. Not all dogs have fleas though, if they are treated and cared for properly, they will be more likely to avoid fleas.
Yes you can. If you are wanting to get rid of fleas, make sure the shampoo says it is safe for puppies. Normally the shampoo bottle (made for dogs) will give the ages that it is safe for. Make sure to keep the shampoo out of the eyes. Make a ring of shampoo around the neck first to keep the fleas from jumping on the head. You can put a dab of vaseline in the eyes to protect them.
The best shampoo for dogs to help with shedding is anything that has oatmeal in it. This is the best because the oatmeal helps treat irritated skin, which will lead to less shedding.
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.
Dogs can be allergic to as many things as humans can. * Fleas * Dust mites * Dust * Pollens * Shampoo (only use Oatmeal Shampoo) * Skin rashes * Dry skin * Diet It's best to be sure you take your dog into the vet so the vet can determine if it's a dermatitis problem or allergy.
Hi...the best whitening shampoo I've come across in 30 years of showing Siberian Huskies is Chris Christensen - WHITE ON WHITE Shampoo It is expensive, but it gets the whites sparkling-clean. As with any shampoo for dogs, rinse-rinse-rinse, as the number 2 cause of skin problems in dogs is shampoo left in the coat. Number 1 is fleas, but I'm betting you don't allow those on your Bichon!
The best thing I have found for keeping fleas and ticks off of dogs and cats is the once a month topicals, such as Frontline, Advantix or Advantage. Just put it on topically once a month and no more ticks or fleas.
An army of fleas attacked our dogs,explain it?
you can use a flea shampoo on ur dog if they don't have fleas, but I'm not sure wat it will do! -sorry Danielle
If a chicken has fleas, it can give the fleas to cats or dogs. Fleas can easily be transferred from one animal to another.
DO NOT PUT HUMAN PRODUCTS ON YOUR DOG! Use a shampoo made specifically for dogs.
It's best to use baby shampoo or a dog shampoo. Palmolive is to strong.
The Best Addivce I Can Give You, Is Get Flea Removal For Dogs.
Earthbound or Isle of dogs
OF COURSE, dogs can have fleas whenever it doesn't depend on which season.