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For fleas Frontline is probably your best bet.
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Posted : 1/18/2007 11:18:21 AM
I think the only thing that garlic would do in your situation is make your dog sick. Sound like you have to do some work on the dog's environment. Do a Google search on defleaing your home and yard, and you will find many tips. Stick with the Advantix , it sometimes takes a couple of months....
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What I dont understand is that the cat is in the same environment as the dog and she doesn't have fleas
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Does anyone know how much to garlic to feed a to a ten pound dog daily?
Posted : 1/18/2007 9:58:48 PM
Vaccum under the couch cushions and behind the furniture,and also put a flea collar in your vacc bag/chamber otherwise the fleas will survive and escape.
Posted : 1/18/2007 10:11:17 PM
DO NOT put flea collars in your vaccum bags. The heat from the vacuum can heat up the collar and release toxic fumes, not to mention de-activate any active ingredients in the collar anyway.
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