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- July 1, 2003 at 2:58 pm #252289
Frontline now comes in a spray — a little less
expensive. You give the pet so many sqirts per lb of
body weight. Since we just had 7 beagle puppies that
we haven’t found homes for, it is a major problem for
me also. The cost of flea and tick products are high
but a must for all our dogs and cats (and I have many
many pets – I live in the country and have lots of
Good luck! Check with your vet about the spray!
— Katherine Lassiter <email@example.com> wrote:
> cindy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: I’ll
> bet that this comes up as a topic every summer, but
> I need a flea
> treatment that does not cost 15.00 per month per
> It has been my experience that Frontline or a
> similar product from the vet is the only thing that
> will work. Store-bought products do not work. Flea
> collars do not work. Baths and powders work, but
> only until your pet goes into an area that has fleas
> or ticks and then they are back. The only way to
> keep your pet free is to keep them in the house or
> in your yard and treat your yard religously. This
> is just my experience, but I have had flea and tick
> problems before, tried everything and Frontline is
> the only help. The same thing happened to my mom
> and her dog. She got too busy to go to the vet for
> Frontline, put something fom the grocery store on
> her dog and the whole house had to be treated to get
> rid of the fleas.
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