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[Costco Online] PetArmor Plus Flea, Tick and Lice Formula 12 month applications $44.99

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* PetArmor Plus Flea, Tick and Lice Formula for Dogs 5-22 lbs, 12 Month Application
* PetArmor Plus Flea, Tick and Lice Formula for Dogs 23-44 lbs, 12 Month Application
* PetArmor Plus Flea, Tick and Lice Formula for Dogs 45-88 lbs, 12 Month Application
* PetArmor Plus Flea, Tick and Lice Formula for Dogs 89-132 lbs, 12 Month Application
* PetArmor Plus Flea, Tick and Lice Formula for Cats, 12 Month Application
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Are there any pills for this that are as effective? Thanks
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Are there any pills for this that are as effective? Thanks
I switched my dog to NexGard chewables three years ago and would never go back to anything else. They work great and he actually eats them like they were a treat since they smell like a meaty treat. They are by prescription only but well worth a vet visit. Haven't had any issues with fleas or ticks since switching over.
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Any comments on the effectiveness of this?
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Any comments on the effectiveness of this?
It's the generic for Frontline. If that works for you, this will too.
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Dog was on Frontline for years and switched to this. See big difference in my wallet. Appears to work just fine. Get a dose 2x your per weight and split in half. The nice vial product comes in is better than Frontline too. Easy to use only half product for applications.
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I know people always ask the following question:

Is it dangerous to have the chemical exposed to my home and family?

Essentially the poison in the product is located directly on the dog flea collar and therefore can rub off on anything it comes into contact with including small children, other animals and your home environment. It is important to always wash your hands after touching the dog on every occasion. If you have animals or children that are always in close contact with each other, a different form of flea treatment may be more appropriate.
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This isn't a Flea collar, it's a liquid, and the product is absorbed into the skin of the dog. There is no residual product left over once it dries on the application spot between the front shoulder blades.
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We use this stuff at the shelter, it's absolutely a cost-efficient effective product. Ideally yes we could all use naturally derived remedies, but this is a safe product and does not harm your animal. It is not toxic to you if you touch it.

As for flea collars- I recommend against them. They're not as effective and I've seen situations where a cat was wearing one, got stuck on something at home while the owner was at work, and the owner came home to their cat having done significant damage on their neck and airway. It's a rare occasion but there's no need to risk it.
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Does anybody know if they are cheaper in the warehouse?
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