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3-Month PetArmor Flea & Tick Treatment for Dogs (5-22lb)

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Amazon.com has select PetArmor Flea & Tick Treatment for the prices below when you click on "Skip immediate delivery and just add subscription" or "Subscribe Now" to checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks johnnyboy2014

Note, you may cancel your Subscribe and Save subscription any time after your order ships.Amazon.com also has as an Add-on Item: 3-Month PetArmor Squeeze on Flea & Tick Treatment for Dogs (89-132lbs) for $8.98. Shipping is free with qualifying orders $25+.
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Amazon has PetArmor Flea & Tick Treatment for Dogs & Cats, 3 month supply for $9.98 or less, plus tax depending on your state.

** PetArmor is generic Frontline Flea & Tick Treatment

Cats $9.98 and Free Prime Shipping
https://smile.amazon.com/PETARMOR...+Treatment

Small Dogs $9.69 and Free Prime Shipping
https://smile.amazon.com/PETARMOR...tment&th=1

Medium Dogs $9.98 and Free Prime Shipping
https://smile.amazon.com/PETARMOR...tment&th=1

Large Dogs $9.98 and Free Prime Shipping (Temporarily Out of Stock, Amazon will email you when restocked)
https://smile.amazon.com/PetArmor...+Treatment

Extra Large Dogs $8.98 as an Add-On Free Shipping or order w/Alexa for Prime Free Shipping
https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00KO...66733&sr=2
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Last Edited by zhangzheng June 13, 2018 at 12:33 AM
Note price variation starting at $8.98 for XL, $9.69 for Sm, and $9.89 for others.

The prices are better than Costco and Walmart which sell 6 months for $27 - $30.

Get it while the gettin' is good.

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This IS the same formulation as Frontline:
Fipronil 9.7 %
dose for cats = 0.5 ml

BTW, if one has calibrated pipettes and a vial or two and are good at measuring then one can get 24 cat doses from from the PetArmor $9 XL dog package box:

Liquid is the same for both cats and dogs (Fipronil 9.7%)
packaged monthly dose for adult cats = 0.5 ml
packaged monthly dose for Xtra Large dogs = 4.0 ml

Therefore an XL 4.0 ml dog dose package will deliver Eight 0.5 ml cat doses with careful measuring and measuring tools. Keep leftover in tight vial.
similarly other smaller dog doses can be dipped from the XL dog dose
zoom in on the lower front of the box images on the product page to read the doses.

Just don't screw up and make a mess
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This used to be our go too stuff for years, worked better than nothing, and cheap. But since the patent has expired on the K9 Advantix II formula, you can finally get affordable off-brand (Petlock Max) Advantix for around this same price per dose (or Cheaper). Far, far superior to Pet Armor or Frontline in my opinion. Kills and Repels Ticks/Lice, not just Kills.


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A lot of reviews are saying this doesn't actually work on fleas. Check the reviews before purchasing!
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If this is the same version they sell at costco, I would avoid it, for cats at least. We used this on our cats for 2 months and didn't help at all. Went back to frontline
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over the last twenty years, i have used six different brand names on various cats and dogs of many breeds and sizes. i lived in the southeast, midwest, southwest and northeast. it is so hit and miss as to what works and what does not. my guess was the fleas and ticks were different genetic variants in each region and/or each animal had its own genetic code which somehow repels insects on their own or attracts. i had a great pyrenees which never got ticks or fleas while the other pets got them. and this dog wandered everywhere. only treated once in his life. this is cheap enough to try.
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Great deal. Willing to give this a try on my chihuahua.
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I hope this stuff works... I just spent twice as much on this stuff last night at Menards!
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I used this stuff on my Maltipoo last summer in LA. She never really had any ticks or fleas (even when we weren't giving her anything), but we started giving her this as preventative upon vet's suggestion. On this treatment, she still did not get ticks or fleas, but can't 100% say it's effective since she didn't have fleas or ticks prior.
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Thanks! Been using this on my large breed mutt for years. She's never had fleas or ticks (knock on wood). This is a great deal. Definitely ordering some. Amazon isn't out of stock anymore on large breed as of right now.
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If this is the same version they sell at costco, I would avoid it, for cats at least. We used this on our cats for 2 months and didn't help at all. Went back to frontline
This IS the same formulation as Frontline:
Fipronil 9.7 %
dose for cats = 0.5 ml

BTW, if one has calibrated pipettes and a vial or two and are good at measuring then one can get 24 cat doses from from the PetArmor $9 XL dog package box:

Liquid is the same for both cats and dogs (Fipronil 9.7%)
packaged monthly dose for adult cats = 0.5 ml
packaged monthly dose for Xtra Large dogs = 4.0 ml

Therefore an XL 4.0 ml dog dose package will deliver Eight 0.5 ml cat doses with careful measuring and measuring tools. Keep leftover in tight vial.
similarly other smaller dog doses can be dipped from the XL dog dose
zoom in on the lower front of the box images on the product page to read the doses.

Just don't screw up and make a mess



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Does this stuff expire? Can I load up or does it only have like a one year shelf life?
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PETARMOR Flea & Tick Treatment for Cats

$8.48 with 15% S&S.
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This product hasn't done a great job - we routinely find ticks on our 55lb flat coat retriever, go with the seresto @ target, can get it as low as $40 with the 15 off 50 on pet supplies. Much better and lasts 8 months.
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I'm gonna give it a try.... I don't feel like my cat has a flea problem anyway so prob a waste of my cash!
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