May 1, 2012
FLEAS! The nemisis of cats and dogs and pet owners everywhere. Of course, fleas always attempt to make life
miserable for your pet and yourself by causing endless itching and scratching. As many of you know, there are several
flea prevention products being advertised on the market. One heavily advertised product, in particular, is Sentinel, a
combination Heartworm/Flea prevention medication. Not all of these products get the same
results. Sentinel, for instance, while effective, prevents fleas by affecting the flea egg in such a way as to make it unable to hatch. The disadvantage of this product is that: A.) the flea must bite your pet in order to ingest the medication and start the eradication process, and B.) you have to wait for all the adult fleas to die out naturally until all that remains are non-hatching eggs. This can be a long and frustrating route to flea control. These same limitations apply to Program and some other flea medications. It is for this reason that we so highly recommend Frontline flea control. Frontline kills adult fleas on contact. Thus, fleas die immediately without the need to bite your pet. This way, customers and their pets get an immediate and sustained eradication and control of fleas. Another reason that we like the Frontline product so well is that it is a liquid that is applied topically to your pet. This means no pills or powders to force feed, an especially good benefit when dealing with cats.
Frontline will also control ticks during the summer if given at 30 day intervals. We generally sell the Frontline product in a pack that contains three doses of liquid. On average, each dose lasts two months with regard to fleas, thus providing you with six months of treatment per purchase. When you consider the money you save by NOT buying dips, shampoos, flea collars etc., Frontline is definitely the wave of the future in flea control.
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