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Pet Armor for fleas and ticks

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Candy

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Barked: Sun Jun 15, '14 9:28am PST 
Has anyone used Pet Armor? It is sold at Walmart, and costs about $6/month. Comfortis is now $30/month for 2 dogs. I have used Adams spray, it works but is messy and smells. I give my dogs TriHeat Plus. That works well for HeartWorms. It is only $5 per month, so I would like to stick with that. So, I need something for fleas and ticks. Dec, Jan & Feb are months fleas are much less a problem. So, I am also considering using
Comfortis during the May to Oct part of the yr. Using Pet Armor the 3 or 4 months fleas are less of a problem.

Doug in FL
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Crazy Sadie- Lady

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Barked: Fri Aug 8, '14 7:26am PST 
I've used all that and did not have issues with them on my Dog though I did after a wile choose to use a organic type spray for puppies. I also bath her often being a service dog I need to and she is a breed that develops dry skin. So I also use a spay for that. Both have strong odders so I am trying new stuff my sister N law has suggested. She is carring for my dog for a lil while since I am in a situation that I can not have her in. Plus my son wanted to work with her for a little bit she had begun developing a bad habit. She is doing very well and he is working on off leash training too.
Something I had not yet been able to work with her on. Well good luck with your flea stuff.
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