the advantage did nothing it was as if i just put water on him. I used it on my Doberman before and it was great. I hope the Revolution works better. Plus all the other Extras it does is worth it. I used to pay $12 for the Advantage and the Revolution is only $13.66 at my vets.
Thats great, it'll prob end up cheaper then anyway because it has heartworm preventitive in it too, plus fights against mites and ticks, and other stuff too I believe not sure what all. Do the dogs have bad fleas or just some here and there?
Thanks for the info, im going to get some later today. Something has to work i fill so bad he keep biting at himself and i have seen flees on him. I just wanted to make sure the other stuff was off him first. Thats funny somone would name there dog Devil, i have to say that the first i have ever heard that.
Are the fleas in your house or just on the dog? If they are bad and starting to show up in your carpets. I'd say do a few flea bombs in the house and spray the yard, give the dog a flea bath and use a flea comb. Then use the revolution.
If you have only seen them on the dog I say just use the revolution.
Fleas are some hard to kill little buggers. Good luck and let me know how it goes with him and the revolution.
Oh and Devil was the neighbors dog, my parents BYB one time my parents females name was Tonya. The neighbors dogs names were Devil and Sheeba, why I have no clue!!
Flee treatment: Frontline Dog food: Nutro Max and puppy Shampoo / conditioner: whatever just as long as he is clean Raw diet: yuck I won't touch raw meat so I couldn't imagine giving it to the animals, cooked yes as long as someone else cooks it but not raw.
Flea treatment: Frontline Plus (I'll add another one) Heartworm/Worm prevention: Interceptor Dog food: Purina Shampoo / conditioner: Oatmeal flea and tick, I think it's Sergeants, from Wal-Mart Raw diet: Don't use it