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Old 07-28-2016, 09:25 AM
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In fact, these two sites both have extensive listings of lawsuits invloving deaths of dogs who have had topical spot on's used...Latest News - VIN(you may have to type in what you are looking for to get them up),

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Hello dear friends. I was looking information about flea treatment recently. I found awesome guide, bought Frontline Plus and it was great for my dog. <3 Thank to Kevin for recomendation which he wrote in this article Best Flea Treatment For Dogs – How to Get Rid Of Fleas Everything is well explained here.
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I think you can consult your doctor soon, because if Lyme disease is left untreated for a substantial amount of time, dogs can have horrible infections that can cause kidney failure and even death. It is important to protect your dog from tick and flea infestation. You can also call professional tick control CT specialist to deal with the issue.
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I agree, probably the smell. Natural can cause reactions too. It's not always safer. Plus, I find natural flea products to all smell VERY strong, and oftentimes useless, so I don't use them.
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Several years ago I used a topical treatment on my dog, I think it was Revolution, and he started crying and rubbing his back in the grass. I only used it that one time because I felt like he may have been in pain. We use a different treatment now and it seems to not cause any discomfort.
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