Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Hartz 2 in 1 Rid Flea Carpet Powder, 16 Ounce

Hartz 2 in 1 Rid Flea Carpet Powder, 16 OunceThis was my first choice for carpet treatment. Before applying it, I put blank white printer paper down and counted the fleas that jumped on it. Really the fleas were underneath, and you could hear them pinging the bottom of the paper when they jumped. Still, each piece of printer paper got at least three fleas, sometimes five, just jumping on top and chilling there.

When the time came to apply this powder, I locked the newly shampooed (and very unhappy) princesses in a kennel and left it on the bed. I sprinkled it down as instructed, and the smell was nice, if a little overwhelming.

We left the powder on for slightly longer than advised, just to be sure we got them good, and then I vacuumed. Afterward, I put the printer paper back down and waited.

No pings. No fleas.

I was so excited and pleased that I could have danced. We went to sleep exhausted, but victorious.

...seemingly.

When I awoke the following morning and started doing stuff around the room, I felt them jumping on my ankles again. I was FURIOUS. It seems like this powder just made them lethargic or something, slowed them down, but didn't kill them. Another printer paper test confirmed my suspicions. The flea population was barely affected by this product.

The price made it good for an experimental project, so I was happy about that, but in the end, I moved on to something else, and I wasn't very happy about putting so many chemicals on my carpet.

Save yourself the hassle.

There are alot of feral cats in the mobile home park where I live. I rescued 2 babies and keep them inside. The ferals have fleas, so I put this flea powder on my front steps so that I don't bring fleas into my house to give to my kitties. This works great, and it smells really fresh and clean. In 2 years of using this powder, I have not had any fleas in the house. Plus, I hope that when the ferals lay on my front steps, this will kill their fleas, also.

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still waiting on seller's supposedly second shipment, never had to wait so long for any shipment from any where in the US. Was it really ever sent?

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I love this stuff. We live in a buggy area in south Florida, and come the dog days of summer, I know that I can count on this to do its job. Love it.

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I have placed my order on May 22nd and today is June 3rd. It is still not shipped yet. Does Amazon really have these? By the way, there seems no way I can call Amazon and ask about it. I couldn't even find a link to submit an inquiry regarding this order.

Is there any human being in Amazon to help customers? Is Amazon all software except those who are counting the dollars?

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Certifect for Dogs 5-22 lbs 3 month supply

Certifect for Dogs 5-22 lbs 3 month supplyI don't understand these reviews. Read the reviews for Certifect for Dogs 45-88 lbs 6 month supply to get true stories about this toxic substance. First of all the smell practically knocks you out when you apply it. And there's a LOT of product in the vial for a toy-sized dog. At my vet's suggestion, I used this on my 6-pound Pomeranian and he's been lethargic for 19 hours. He can't raise his hind legs enough to scratch himself. Yesterday he ate twice as much as usual and I think this is because Certifect messes with blood sugar levels. I called my vet and she said if he's still like this in 24 hours to bring him in. I'm really worried; my 19-month old pup is acting like a 15-year-old grandpa. I washed it off my dog will never use this poison again.

We live on a few acres surrounded by woods on one side and corn/soybean fields on the other. Fleas are such a nuisance here! We were using frontline, which was helping but 3 weeks after treatment the fleas were reattaching to my dogs and it wasn't safe to add more topical for another 7-10 days. I was so fed up so I asked my vet if there was anything else I could use and she suggested Certifect. We started using it 2 months ago and haven't seen a flee since! My neighbor is still having flee issues and has decided to Switch to this product too. If you live in an area with a flea epidemic I highly recommend this product.

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Because of concerns about adverse effects, we have used natural products to control fleas, with excellent results. For ticks, not so much. Recently one of our two Pekingese lost the use of her hind legs, and we panicked, assuming she had slipped a disc or developed a similar and equally severe vertebral injury. Since she had no signs of pain or even discomfort, our vet asked if she had been bothered by ticks. (As a matter of fact, the vet techs found and removed NINE). She suspected tick paralysis and treated her with Certifect, and that was the end of it! Both dogs have been treated since, with no side effects, no ticks or fleas and certainly no life threatening paralysis. In addition, I happen to have a sharp sense of smell and am especially aware of chemical odors. There is a slight fragrance in the air at application, but it disappears within minutes.

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Read the other reviews and google around before using this product.I wrote a review you should read on the 6 month page for this defective dangerous product.

I believe the reviews here on this page are spurious and planted by folks paid to write them by Merial ,the maker of this poison. Hundreds of postings online about serious adverse reactions. Do your dog a favor anddon't buy till you know all theterrible things that CAN happen

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After putting this product on my dog got severe seizures. She is a healthy tea cup schnauzer. She is getting better, but I feel so bad for putting this poison on her

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Monday, April 21, 2014

De Flea RTU Shampoo - 33.8 oz

De Flea RTU Shampoo - 33.8 ozLike the other DeFlea products, the smell leaves a lot to be desired but the option for fewer chemicals keeps me coming back. I cut it with another scented shampoo and add water and it still does the job.

It kills fleas almost immediately. It leaves the cat's fur clean and soft, and it doesn't smell bad. Good stuff! (Try the spray, too.)

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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Advantage Purple Cat Medium/Large 4pk 9-18pds

Advantage Purple Cat Medium/Large 4pk 9-18pdsWe have a 19 pound Maine Coon male cat. Maine Coons' have many layers of fur and all different lengths. The under pelt is so thick you can't part it enough to see the skin. He is an inside cat but still gets his Advantage Purple once a month for prevention. There are many dogs in the area that roam loose so fleas can come in from the dog activity outside. I like the ability to apply Advantage topically and Oscar tolerates it very well. I have read reviews where professional animal care providers say that Advantage is the best topical flea medication available. We get it through Amazon for far less than what the vet charges plus it's delivered right to our door. No more "out of my way" trips to the vet!...and complete flea control.

I used to use Frontline and I saw a difference but nothing like you see with Advantage. With Frontline I also had to use carpet/furniture spray but with Advantage I don't. I still recommend it but it's not completely necessary.

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I have 3 indoor cats, however my 18 lb Maine Coon Cat, escaped to the outdoors and was difficult to bring in....he was afraid, & hid in the rafters of the shed. Consequently, FLEAS! With his fur it is a nightmare! Took him to the vet & he was treated with Frontline Plus. I treated all the cats....But to no avail. the fleas were not handled....I bathed all of them, scrubbed my carpeting and vacuumed daily and treated it with a flea spray recommended by the vet. Even used an indoor fogger. After 3 months, of Frontline Plus, we were still infested, and my little shorthair was crazy allergic, biting her hair off.

I remembered using the Advantage II before but could not find a vet or local pet store that carried it. So I ordered from Amazon. Within 2 days my cats were not scratching and my Shorthair, started calming down. I was worried about the side effects, but luckiy, the cats were just fine! It is 10 days later, and after fine combing, they are flea free! Advantage II is Great!

One other thing I did based on reading a review is use diatomatious earth to treat bedding and carpeting. It dries up those pesky fleas, and also works on ants too! Much safer than the sprays & foggers!

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Its the same product that I use to buy with the vet!!! but not that expensive, thanks, we love it!

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Killed off the fleas but... it makes my adult cat sick for several hours. She can't stand to be touched, pants excessively and drools a bit.

One month later after application there are new fleas in my home. This may be a transference from me going outside or from her. I can't really tell.

The product does kill and keep the fleas off my adult cat (age 5). I hear that side effects are normal with chemicals. I wish there was a way to not introduce chemicals into her systems and keep the fleas off her and out of the home.

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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Shoo!TAG Flea and Tick Barrier Tag for Cats

Shoo!TAG Flea and Tick Barrier Tag for Cats, Single TagWe were so excited to hear about this product because we do not like using any type of poison for pest control. Here in Texas we've had a terrible infestation of fleas this year, so we tried this product on our 2 dogs. It just didn't work. They still had fleas and we were so disappointed. We purchased 2 for each dog, so we tried it for 4 months just to make sure. It just didn't work. We gave this product a one star rating because the concept is good, but the product didn't work for us.

I purchased this product for my 3 dogs, and 2 cats. I did exactly what the instructions said. It has not worked for anyone of my animals

WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY...Before I purchased the items I read a review that it wouldnt work because it is only a magnetic strip. I should have taken heed, but I was desperate to give my animals relief, this product should be taken off the market. and the owners jailed.....

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It doesn't seem to really work. My cat seems to scratch quite a bit more and it's difficult to put the tags on so that they lay against the fur of the pet as recomended. They just dangle in space. I would not recommend this product.

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I'm not sure why there are so many negative reviews about this product. I'm on my second year (and my third tag) using this product now with my cat who spends most of her time outdoors in my flea infested back yard. How do I know the yard is flea infested? Because when I first started using these Shootags over a year ago, on this sweet stray (who I officially adopted 6 months after I started putting the tags on her and who is now my indoor AND outdoor cat), she had numerous fleas on her the first time I flea combed her. I saw her scratching a lot and thought I'd help her out by combing some of the fleas off of her. (Btw, the only way to know for sure if the scratching your cat is doing is from fleas is by using a flea comb on them. If they're scratching and you don't comb any fleas off of them, they may have an allergy to something (like their food, for example))

Since someone had given me a shootag flea and tick set as a gift (for my elderly 19 year old cat who was at that point only living indoors and didn't need the tags since she never went outside), I put that first flea shootag on the stray to try to give her some relief from the scratching. I combed her before applying the tag, found numerous fleas and then put the flea tag on her. Within 2 days, I combed her again and was now no longer finding any fleas. I combed her again every few days after that and still no fleas.

I was pretty skeptical that this little tag could be working so well, so on 3 separate occasions, I removed her collar and shootag, and the very next time she came in the house, she had several fleas on her (again, I know this because I combed her). I put the collar back on her the following day after my test and by the next day, no more fleas again (the collar takes about 24-48 hours to 'charge' the magnetic strip from the cat's energy field. (Yes, this may sound bizarre to some if you don't understand the mechanism, but it's true).

Anyway, after doing this same experiment two more times (combing before and after removing the collar and sending her outside) I know it's the shootag that is repelling the fleas.

The only thing I can think of for the people that it's not working for is, maybe they're not waiting the full 48 hours for the tag to charge and basing their evaluations on the pre-charged conditions? Also, if there are any fleas that jump on the cat or dog before the tag is fully charged, they may not jump off once the tag is charged (according to the literature that accompanies the tag. Apparently when the fleas are inside the energy field set up by the tag, they're not affected by it, so they may hang out for awhile before jumping off again.) But once the tag is fully charged, no NEW fleas will jump on the animal. So if you've waited 2 full days and your pet is scratching, comb them again to remove any lingering fleas from before the tag was charged, and then there shouldn't be any new fleas arriving after that.

One thing that I'm doing that other people may not be doing, is I'm only using the flea tag by itself(I don't bother with the tick tag since we don't have ticks where I live and she doesn't need the extra tag cluttering up her collar). Supposedly the tags should not conflict with each other and you should be able to use them both at the same time, so I have no idea why this doesn't work for some people. It definitely works for my outdoor/indoor cat!

For the record, I would NEVER use those toxic Frontline, Advantage or Hartz flea killing products on my sweet pet. After learning about the neurotoxic effects of them several years ago from my veterinarian while I was living in Italy, I stopped using them altogether (most vets here in the States are clueless as to how toxic all those flea killing products are (well, the vets in this country DO get kickbacks for every flea killing drug they sell through their offices, so you may be able to understand why they don't bother to investigate).

Sadly, last year a friend of mine in Lumberton, North Carolina, inadvertently killed his very sweet one year old cat by using Frontline on her. Well, actually, HE didn't kill the cat. His vet did. The cat had been picking up a lot of fleas from their yard and he wanted to keep her from bringing the fleas into the house so he applied Frontline to the back of her neck (per directions). But after he applied the Frontline, the previously perfectly healthy cat started showing signs of neuro toxicity (ie she started having slight convulsions and semi-paralysis).

He rushed the little cat to the vet and told the woman vet that he thought he may have poisoned the cat with the Frontline (since her symptoms started a day after he applied the liquid to her neck). At that point, the vet SHOULD have flushed out the cat's system and given her IV fluids to flush the toxins from her system ... if she'd had a brain and was using it, that is. (At this point they still could have easily saved the cat's life).

Instead, what did the stupid vet do? She applied yet ANOTHER neurotoxin to the poor cat's neck this one was Advantage flea killer (she stupidly thought the cat was having a reaction to all the flea bites and thought she'd load her up with even more poison!?!) I was shocked and appalled when I heard this after the fact! Of course, within another 24 hours, the cat's system overloaded and by the following day, after multiple seizures and full body paralysis, the poor little cat died a terrible, agonizing death.

And if you can believe it, the vet took absolutely NO responsibility for her actions, even when my friend did some research on the web and sent her all sorts of documentation about the toxic effects of those flea killer products with the EXACT same symptoms his cat had been having.

Google it for yourself and see just how many people have inadvertently killed their beloved pets by using these flea killer products and/or shortened their pets' lives significantly by using these toxic products on them.

Think about it, would you go around 24 hours a day with your hands immersed in turpentine? NO, because you're not an idiot and you know how toxic that stuff is and how it gets into your blood stream directly through the skin. It's the same thing with these 'U.S. veterinary approved' neurotoxin flea killing products (and they ALL fall into this category). YES, they WILL kill the fleas on your pet, but a high percentage of these toxic substances get absorbed directly into your cat (or dog's) body through their skin. And guaranteed, if you're using them, you ARE shortening your pet's lifespan.

IN Italy, these products are not at all promoted or endorsed by veterinarians, although you CAN buy them...but ONLY if you have a prescription from your veterinarian! The vets there want to be sure that before someone resorts to using one of these toxic products on their pet, that they are fully informed of the risks. Then and ONLY then, will they write you the prescription to purchase any of these topically applied flea killing products.

With this Shootag system, there are absolutely no health risks to your pet. For me, I've personally found that they work great and it's the only thing I've come across so far that keeps my cat free of fleas (short of treating my entire yard with nematodes which will naturally and non-toxically kill the fleas... but that doesn't solve the problem when my cat goes to someone else's yard and then comes in the house before the fleas jump back off her.

Anyway, I for one am grateful that I was given one of these Shootags as a gift, otherwise, I probably would never have found out about them, and would have to be keeping my newly adopted outdoor/indoor cat permanently indoors during the spring, summer and fall, since the flea problem here in Austin is pretty terrible. And I know she'd be miserable having to stay indoors all the time.

This way, we're both happy I don't have fleas in my house ever and she doesn't have fleas jumping on her every time she walks outside. The fleas hate the electronic frequency that the Shootag emits (once it's fully charged, that is) and they stay far away from her.

Oh, and one other thing, the tags are supposed to last for 3 months, but I've found that they actually last about 4-6 months before the fleas start showing up on her again. For $13 bucks having a healthy cat and a flea free house that's a bargain, in my opinion!

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This is the second time i have bought the shoo-tag and i thought they worked pretty good. Well both of my cats were inside cats and i dont have flees in the house. Now both of my cats decided they want to stay outside and when they come in they are covered with flees. So i won't rate this product any higher than a 1. I am very disappointed in this product and will not buy it again. I also have put the flee liquid on them and it seems nothing works.

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Friday, April 18, 2014

Brewers Yeast & Garlic - 1000 Tabs

Brewers Yeast & Garlic - 1000 TabsJust got my order of these tablets today. Thought I was getting a really good deal with 1000 but I have to use twice as many as with my usual brand. I was using 1 per 10 lbs.; these require 2 per 10 lbs. So I must use twice as many so it is not nearly the bargain I thought. But the worse part is that liver and peanut butter are both listed in the description above ingredients and neither of these are listed on the ingredients on the bottle.

The ingredients on the bottle are: Brewer's Dried Yeast, Montmoriilonite Clay, Diccalcim Phospahate, Garlic, Natureal Flavoring, Stearic Acid, Silica Aerogel, Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil, Magnesium, Stearate, Dried Whey, Vegetable Oil, Niacin supplement. Riblflavin, Ascorbic Acid, and Thiamine Mononitrate.

I am not even sure some of this this stuff is good for my dogs. Will have to figure out what the heck all this is. I may be sending it back.

FOLLOW UP: This company corrected their misinformation within a couple of days and offered me a full refund including shipping after I sent them an email. Very honest.

My lab had some skin infection before. Vet recommended using brewer's yeast to help improve my pet's skin so I tried this product since it was the cheapest. After 2 months, her skin is better than ever. Coat is very shiny. I have no problem giving them this, my labs love the taste. It could have been better though if Amazon puts the dosage in the description. See dosage below.

Tablets: 2 tablets daily for each 10 lbs. of body weight.

NOTE: During stress, convalescing, pregnancy or in summer months, double daily amount.

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Seems to help minimize how much dogs are affected by biting insects particularly fleas, with regular use over the warm months. Tablets make accurate dosage by weight very easy-no guessing, and the dogs love them as treats....you will notice better skin and coat condition in about a month of usage.

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Brewers Yeast With Garlic 1000 Ct Btl

I give my dog brewers yeast w/garlic tablets for her coat and to keep out ticks and fleas. I don't use a flea collar or give her any type of flea bath or ointments. I've had her two years and she's never had a problem with either ticks or fleas. This product had the best value for the money and my dog has no problem with the taste.

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This product works great for my dog. I did find this product at a lower price somewhere else. Regardless this is a very good product.

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Adams Plus Carpet Powder with Linolool and Nylar, 16-ounce

Adams Plus Carpet Powder with Linolool and Nylar, 16-ounceWe've unfortunately dealt with fleas twice now (a year between). Last year I tried a bunch of different sprays before discovering this powder. As people have mentioned, it does clog the vacuum, but I'll take a clogged vacuum over a house full of fleas.

A few tips:

1) Treat your cats/dogs with Advantage or something similar FIRST. You're never going to get rid of the fleas if they keep feasting off of your animals and breeding.

2) BUY ENOUGH POWDER. I have an average sized split level, where two of the four levels have carpeting (so the equivalent of one full floor), and I need two containers of this. So an average sized house that is fully carpeted could need 4 containers. Make sure to follow the instructions for spreading the powder and leaving it to settle.

3) I also use the Adams inverted spray on couches, chairs, cat perches, and such.

It's been several weeks since this year's breakout, and I haven't seen any sign of them coming back.

I used this on carpet and all it did was clog up my vacuum cleaner. Did not stop the fleas or help get rid of them. waste of time and money.

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I would not recommend this!It had my entire living room filled with dust. I had to wash all my my sons toys, wipe off the table and sweep all the dust off the floor.It was horrible, not even sure if it worked. I should have just got rid of the throw rugs to begin with. Wasted money on this product and over 3 hours cleaning one room only to get rid of carpet anyway.I do not want to get my son sick from any powder left in the rug, having a professional come out to take care of fleas is worth peace of mind and safety.

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