|Barked: Thu Mar 10, '11 7:17pm PST |
|Well the warm weather's coming back again (I guess the groundhog didn't see his shadow or something, it started earlier than normal this year) and Treader's beginning to get itchy again. He's already caused himself to get a rather large scab on his back and there are some areas on him, like his belly, that seem irritated, too.
Since we do not want a repeat of last year (chewing fur off, staph infection, yeast infection, etc), we're going to make sure we use a preventative this year.
My mom will not buy the typically-vet-recommended brands if something with a lower price will work just as well or better. She's wondering if FleaAway is effective? Any other brand suggestions?
We had ordered Capstar already, but came to find out it's not a preventative but a quick way to get rid of a current infestation.
We hadn't tried the oils and stuff I read about last year, but the garlic obviously didn't work when summer came along last year. I'm trying to be more careful this year.
Edited by author Thu Mar 10, '11 7:22pm PST
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