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Akita > Frontline is not working



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08/21/2013
 
 
Barked: Tue Oct 1, '13 6:59am PST 
Have you tried Advantage II? Treat year round and also the environment. A good way to save money is to buy in bulk and divide the larger doses into smaller doses depending on the weight of the pet. Just google "flea and tick value kits" and you will find several sites selling the kits. Gets your per dose cost down to about $3 that way.
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Dog Health > Puppy throwing up after 2nd round of shots


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08/21/2013
 
 
Barked: Thu Aug 29, '13 4:57am PST 
We have never tried DE for flea prevention, but keep reading good things about it. We have always used Frontline Plus and it seems to work good. We buy the extra large dog dose and divide it into smaller doses for our 0-22 lb dog. Save a few $$$ that way. You can google "flea and tick value kits" for more information or feel free to ask here. klw
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Choosing the Right Dog > An Educated Consumer can be your Worst Enemy



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Barked: Thu Aug 29, '13 4:51am PST 
Yeah, one single treatment of Advantage may not be enough to break the flea life cycle. Unfortunately, it can take upwards of a year to do so. A good way to save money on the treatments though is to buy in bulk and and divide the doses into smaller doses depending on the size of pet. For example, you can buy an Extra large dose of Advantage II and that will contain enough medicine for 4 months for a medium sized dog. You can save a good bit of money by using this method. My wife and I have used value kits from http://www.fleaandtickvaluekits.com/ with good success. klw
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Dog Health > Fleas are hard to get rid of this year..



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08/21/2013
 
 
Barked: Wed Aug 21, '13 12:48pm PST 
To stay ahead of the fleas, we treat our dog year-round (Frontline Plus) and we also have our yard treated twice a year for pests. To help with the costs of a year round program, we buy the Extra Large Dog Dose and divide it into smaller doses. Cuts the cost down to about $3 a dose for our small dog. We have bought value kits off of ebay, amazon and you can also google "flea and tick value kits". klw
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