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 What are the treatments for a flea medicine overdose?

Answer Overdoses of flea medication are more likely to affect cats because they are much more sensitive to medication and their reactions are likely to be more extreme and affect the central nervous syste... Read More »
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What are the treatments for a Frontline-flea-medication overdose?

Frontline Plus is an effective flea-control product. When used according to the label directions, it is also a safe one--but what if you accidentally overdose your pet?FeaturesFrontline Plus conta... Read More »
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How Does Flea Medicine Work?

There are a number of different forms, chemicals and medications that are used in flea treatments for pets. These medications are similar, but perform in different ways to eliminate flea infestatio... Read More »
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Which flea medicine is the best for a dog's treatment?

On One Hand: Advantage is Safer for Younger AnimalsAdvantage's active ingredient is imidacloprid. This drug is applied topically and stops fleas from biting within three to five minutes of applica... Read More »
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Side Effects of Flea Medicine?

Pet owners will do nearly anything to ensure the comfort and safety of their furry friends. Fleas must be treated, of course, but a flea problem is something that can be misdiagnosed by pet owners.... Read More »
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