Keep your pet safe! How To Treat Fleas on Dogs, Cats, Puppies & Kittens – (Flea Control Products)

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How to treat fleas on dogs and cats: Dr. Wayne Rosenkrantz, DVM, DACVD, discusses the complications that fleas can cause for your pet and the treatment options available. Dr. Rosenkrantz is board certified in animal dermatology. The doctor discusses fleas on dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. This information is not meant to replace the advice of your regular veterinarian.
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10 comments on “Keep your pet safe! How To Treat Fleas on Dogs, Cats, Puppies & Kittens – (Flea Control Products)

  1. Thanks for posting! Great info!

  2. Thanks so much, colibriverde!

  3. DogsAreMyBestFriends

    Exactly what I wanted to know! Thanks for sharing! 5*

  4. I literally went to PetSmart after watching this video and I asked for chewable flea control for my cats and they said they never heard of such product for cats. Can you please tell me where I can get one for my cats? Thank you!

  5. We recommend that you talk to your veterinarian regarding flea control specifically for your pet…not the pet store.

  6. BubbleProductions51

    My dog has a lot fleas and hot spots ! and we would take him to the vet but he is an aggressive dog. and will most likely bite you! And he doesn’t let us put a mussel on him because he knows what it is even the sight of a mussel he goes in attack mode. What can we do he is a white dog and you can immediately tell the red spots on his back and tail hes even loosing his hair!!

  7. - possibly the vet could give a sedative for you to administer prior to the visit. some veterinarians do house calls.

  8. TheShannonMontana

    my vet said that the only thing that works really welll is the shampoo, she said the shampoo needs to be used before any other topical, to actually KILL them, but i have a cat , and he was terrified when we washed him, he cut up my moms arms and i dont think we can wash him again, ( my vet said do it once a week for 4 weeks) we are using a powder on him , will that wok? if not what do you reccomend using instead of shampoo?

  9. There are safe options for cats. Without endorsing a specific product on this site…we recommend You call vet hospitals and ask what they recommend for cats.
    

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    Warm regards,

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