December 5, 2008, Newsletter Issue #265: Effective Flea and Tick Control

Tip of the Week

One of the most effective flea and tick control options on the market are Frontline and Advantage - topical "spot" medications that are used on your dog once per month. This type of treatment kills adult fleas and younger fleas or pupae during development.

It lasts between three and four weeks and is less toxic and more effective than most treatments available.

The pros for products like these are their effectiveness and ease of use.

Cons are that you can't bathe your dog for 2 days after treatment, they are not always effective for large dogs, and you should beware if you have small children. Make sure you apply the treatment far away from little hands and fingers!

Additionally, these treatments are not "repellants" so parasites will bite or attach before they die.

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