Most flea and tick drops come in the form of capsules containing an oily liquid that you place onto your dog’s skin, either between the shoulders or at the base of the tail. The compound soaks through the skin quickly, and is usually waterproof to prevent you from accidentally washing it away. Once in your pet’s body, the agent becomes part of the sebaceous system, the series of glands that lubricate his fur with oil. A short time after dosing your dog, each drop of oil in his coat will contain some of the pesticide.
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I bought the Hartz Ultra Guard Plus Flea and Tick drops for Dogs at a supermarket that was going out of business and had a great sale. I had not tried this flea medicine before, but for the price it was worth a try. Great product! I have two dogs, a bulldog and golden retriever. I applied to both of them, who have not had fleas yet and they are still flea free. It is simple, easy and practical to apply and only takes a moment. Comes in small squeezy tubes that are easy to apply to the skin behind the neck and just squish out the liquid. It doesn't have a strong, unpleasant smell and didn't bother them at all. I would be willing to buy this full price, which was reasonable as well, even with the discount.
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My dog Leia, although we don't know her exact age, is most likely a little over a year old. She loves the outdoors including grass, dirt, and other dogs. The combination of her favorite things almost always leads to fleas. So I spend a great deal of time combing her out for thirty minutes to an hour. I chose these flea drops on a whim one day at my local Walmart. I checked to make sure her weight class was included and appropriate and bought them. I gave her a bath and applied them as directed. They actually worked for about a week to a week and half then they lost their power. I honestly don't know whether my success rate was low with these because my dog and I go to the dog parks and spend a great deal of time outdoors or if they simply don't work well. Either way they're not for her and I plan on either trying a flea collar or perhaps a different brand of flea drops. Although these are priced reasonably, I don't see the point in purchasing something that works for half the time it's supposed to, when there are other available brands to try.
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