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    Make sure they get it with thier meal or just after. I reckon you'll be happy with the results.


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    Lol did it at the same time. Harley munched his down straight away and Bella spat it back out! Lol got her to eat it the hard way! Lol

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    How did you go with it jadielee? Good result?

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    Seems pretty good so far, Harley isn't scratching or anything now and I haven't seen one since!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Yay !!!

    Dont forget to mark the day on a calender. Glad to hear it's working.


    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
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    There's a product called Panoramis which is Comfortis plus worm treatment. It's only a bit more expensive than Comfortis on Ebay.

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    I use Sentinel to prevent fleas, however it does not kill fleas. If you find fleas on your dog, Sentinel is not the answer. I would suggest (from my own vet's advice) using Revolution to kill the fleas and then returning to Sentinel. My vet doesn't sell Sentinel so he's not trying to promote it, just going by what I use.

    Fleas are bad this time of year. I know many owners are having trouble with them. At our house, we vacuum regularly and then scatter flea powder to keep them at bay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pawfectionist View Post
    I use Sentinel to prevent fleas, however it does not kill fleas.
    Going by my experience, it doesn't even prevent fleas! i used sentinel religiously for 7 months, having no problems, then all of a sudden FLEAS! I continued using, whilst giving my dog a flea bath once a week & i was still getting fleas. So 9 months later - sentinel went in the bin. Going by most of the QLD reviews on here, sentinel doesn't seem to work great in the region so i'm going to follow suit with comfortis

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