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Flea and Tick Control Products for Dogs

Nobody likes to find out that their dog has fleas or ticks. Thankfully, there are more than a few solutions to get rid of the flea or tick infestation on your dog.

Here are a few things you can do, in brief:

  • Handle the itch
    If your dog is allergic to flea bites, it'll help to relieve the itch. Use a specialized spray or shampoo, or try a natural relief spray.
  • Try a natural remedy
    Try adding brewer's yeast or garlic extract to your pet's diet. This helps make your dog's body chemistry unappetizing to fleas.
  • Use a topical flea and tick treatment and repellent
    Frontline and Advantix have a proven track record for handling fleas and ticks, and keeping them gone.

Take a closer look. Find the right flea and tick prevention method for you and your dog.

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Vetisse Neem Fur Soap for Dogs

A naturally antiseptic soap to help normalize skin conditions. Sold in packs of 3 soap bars.
Our Price: $20.40

Vetisse Rhizo Garlic Extract Flea Relief for Dogs

This all natural flea control remedy also helps reduce the negative effects of upper respiratory tract infections.
Our Price: $32.40

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