The Best Flea Treatments for Dogs

Best Flea Treatments for Dogs
The Best Flea Treatments for Dogs
Which one is best for your dog?

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It’s summer, which means fleas are out and about in abundance but what are the best flea treatments for dogs? You know the drill when your dogs gets fleas: vacuuming, washing pet beds, getting the flea comb out, and, of course, applying flea treatment to your pet. The real question is how do you find the right solution? Dogs can have allergic reactions, or products may not be as advertised. We’ve have found 2 great flea treatments for your consideration.

Best Flea Treatment for Dogs #1 - Capstar tablets work great as a quick-relief flea poison. They are not, however, a preventative product. They only kill adult fleas, not eggs or larvae so additional treatment will need to be sought out. That being said, they can provide relief to your dog within four hours of administering, which can sometimes be necessary if your dog has a bad infestation. They are also an oral tablet that can easily be mixed into food so you won’t have to worry about greasy or oily spots being left in your dog’s fur. Capstar is safe for pregnant or lactating dogs, as well as puppies more than four weeks old.

For more information on Capstar tablets, click here.

 

Best Flea Treatment for Dogs #2 - Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Home Spray contains no harsh chemicals and instead uses 100% certified natural oils. It kills fleas, flea larvae, flea eggs, ticks, and mosquitos, making it a great all-around defense for your pup. Perhaps the best part is that it is multi-purpose. Not only can you apply it to your dog, but you can also spray it on furniture for total home defense. It’s harsh on pests but gentle on pets and people.

For more information on Vet's Best Flea and Tick Home Spray, click here.

 

Customer reviews put these two treatments as some of the best flea treatments for dogs, what do you think?

*What works for one dog may not work for another. Always consult your vet before applying any flea treatments.

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