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Flea & Tick Control for Dogs & Cats
Here you will find a selection of products that have a lower toxicity to mammals level than many of the items which are so easily found on store shelves. Please select an image if you wish to learn more or purchase the item. Also, you may want to talk to your vet before using some of these product, just to make sure that there's no conflict to any medications or treatments your pet is presently undergoing.
(Many pets (and people!) are highly allegic to flea & tick control products. I myself cannot tolerate most of these products if they are on an animal I'm petting or holding. I also once had a cat, Jolie, who was SO allergic to flea control products that her allergic reaction was far worse than her irritation from the fleas! I know that Jolie & I are not alone in our unpleasant reaction to insecticides. Consequently, I have tried to find the least toxic yet effective flea & tick products offered by PetSmart.)
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Nutritional Supplements To Repel Fleas & Ticks
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