|Barked: Fri May 25, '12 6:23am PST |
|What Toto said...
I'll add flea and tick shampoos are also traditionally harsh on many internal organs, namely the liver.
You'll do better, and end up cheaper in the long run to go with a monthly spot on. Don't get the one's from the pet store but go ahead and get one from the vet. I don't like the chemicals and have had great luck with Comfortis but check with your vet because some of the better ones don't work as well in some areas.
If you're doing one of the pills and not a spot on a weekly bath Is a good idea but not with flea shampoos, go with a nice high quality dog shampoo and conditioner.
Depending on your area 7 dust also works fairly well in the yard. They have liquid and traditional dust form now and as a nice bonus it will get rid of ants and most other pests from your yard and is safe for use in gardens.
I know people around here who put the dust on their pets, doesn't hurt them but it's awfully messy and I don't recommend that route, just thought I would mention it unless you can across someone who Did recommend it.
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