Sentry PurrScriptions Cat & Kitten Squeeze-On Flea & Tick Control
what would you say are the chances that this would work for a cat that is about 2 weeks old? we have only found one flea on her, so we’re not sure if we should get this or frontline (http://www.petco.com/product/12685/FRONTLINE-Plus-for-Cats.aspx). even though frontline has better reviews it is SOOO expensive! please help us, thank you!
shes like 7-8 weeks old darla xD
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Oklahoma Gardening’s Kim Rebek talks with OSU associate professor of entomology, Tom Royer, about how to control ticks and fleas in the landscape and garden.
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Using a flea bomb that kill fleas, ticks, flea eggs and larva that can live on your dog are discussed in this free video .
Expert: Elise McMahon
Bio: Elise McMahon has a Ph.D. in animal behavior and has been working with both domestic and wild dogs since the early 1990s.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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Fleas? Use a flea bomb!
Humans and animals are carriers of fleas in the house, where they nest in your carpet and upholstery, while all between bites. The best way to rid your home of these pests is a flea bomb. This article will talk about the flea bomb in your home by providing you with easy step by step instructions.
How to flea bomb your home
Choose a flea bomb, which contains a substance IGR, which prevents fleas from reproducing. Buy enough flea bomb to cover the entire house. Some flea bomb are designed to spread over a certain amount of square meters or a series of rooms. Tape shut all cabinets and remove the dishes, pots and pans at home. Seal the open food containers and discard any food that can not be opened sealed. Move furniture as possible in non-carpeted surfaces. The flea bomb failed to reach under beds and other furniture that could not let these areas untreated carpet. Remove everyone, including any pets, from your home. You also should remove your pets’ tanks, cages, beds and litter boxes. Put the flea bomb against fleas in the middle of the zone, it is intended to cover. Spread newspapers under and around the flea bomb. Follow the instructions to disable the bomb, then leave immediately. Go back home after the instrtuctions above has passed. Open the windows and turn on the fans. Let stand for at least another hour. Back again, and dispose of the flea bomb and newspapers. Wash all bed linens and towels, which had been exposed to flea bomb. Vacuum all carpets and upholstery. Clean all other surfaces such as countertops and tables. Wash dishes, pots and pans that have been in the house during the bombing. The dust of the objects that are suspected of carrying waste flea bomb.
The flea bomb should get rid of those nasty fleas
If you use the flea bomb as instructed above, your home should now be free from fleas. Just remeber that a flea bomb could be toxic, so cleaning up after is a must.
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I’ve been using PetCareRx and I am very happy with them but someone told me about Canadavet.com and I see that they are much cheaper on the Frontline and Advantix. My vet says to get it wherever it is cheaper.
I am going to buy either the Frontline or Advantix but where to get it. Has anyone ever used Canadavet.com? My vet just says to get the Frontline or Advantix wherever it is cheaper.
Strange your vet would say that. My vet insists Frontline or Advantix is the best. I use Frontline and have had excellent results. If you buy a six month supply, you get a month worth free. That isn’t too bad.