Do indoor pets really need flea treatments?

Answer On One Hand: Important if Pet Has FleasAssuming health is a priority, indoor pets with fleas really do need flea treatments. Fleas can cause tapeworm infestations, anemia, skin diseases due to exce... Read More »

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How do I Mix Fels Naptha Soap for Flea & Tick Control on Pets?

When looking for an all-natural remedy for flea and tick control, none can beat old-fashioned lye soap, such as that still made today by Fels Naptha. While lye is a harsh chemical at full strength,... Read More »

Can i use dog flea treatments on cats?

On One Hand: Can Be LethalMany flea treatments designed for dogs contain an insecticide called permethrin, which can be lethal to cats. About one in 10 cats exposed to permethrin will die as a resu... Read More »

How to Use Advantage Flea Treatments?

Bayer Advantage is a readily available flea medication for dogs and cats. The active ingredient, imidacloprid, causes paralysis to the flea. The medicine stops fleas from biting your pet within thr... Read More »

Are there health risks with using Frontline flea control on your pets?

On One Hand: Considered SafeFrontline (fipronil) for dogs is considered a very safe product for the control of fleas, eggs and larvae, as well as ticks and lice. Frontline is a topical product, app... Read More »