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Be Flea Free Spray
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Didn't work for my dogs I am taking care of my son's dogs while he is in the Army. He sent me this product, as he could not afford the other stuff, like K-9 Advantix, etc. When it arrived and I saw the invoice, I was shocked to see that the shipping was more than the product! Plus, the dogs are Lab mixes with a lot of hair, and it is hard to get all skin surfaces covered. I did like the smell, but otherwise, I think I would go for the other higher ranked flea products. 03/08/2011
rid the flees As described, the product kills flees on contact. That's simply not true. I've applied several applications over the past few weeks and my pet is still scratching as before each treatment. The product has a really strong oder and it lingers for a week of so. The flee shampoos seam to work more effectively. 09/30/2013
very simple effective application I've had this product before and what I do is spray my dog , a miniature lab and dachshund mix that has a lot of hair, after I spray I massage all under his neck, behind his ears his back, belly, you know rub it in places he can't reach then brush him, wipe his paws off and he's ready to go inside. I live in Florida and the summer months have more new species of mosquitoes and fleas I have ever seen and my dog doesn't get them and his skin isn't dry and he doesn't scratch, he's 3 years old and I'm going to try the bug spray for the yard. Take the extra couple of minutes to care of your pet...he depends on you so give it a try, you will both be thankful and happy 07/23/2013
Works Great The product works great and also spray it on bedding once a week. 10/15/2012
Smells good~Thats about it I really hoped this would w ork, it smelled pretty good, but sadly it didnt work. 09/17/2012
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Answer:¬†I spray him a couple of times a week, depends how the flea population is in the yard but I brush and wipe his paws every time I let him out which is about six times a day. It only takes that one flea or tick and you have a big problem so you have to stay on top of the situation. Protect your little friend
I have read that dogs want to smell like themselves, and are unhappy when sprayed with other odors, such as flea spray, flea baths, or "spa" products. They will usually try to rub it off themselves. How true is this?
Answer:¬†Dogs don't want to smell themselves, they want to smell other odors, why do you think that's all they do when they go out, smell the grass, smell other dogs, you smell beef stew and dogs smell, beef, carrots, potatoes, celery, onions. They smell everything individually. Why do you think they train dogs to sniff out things. Their sense of smell is extraordinaire
Answer:¬†I put his Front-line Plus on him every month and I use flea spray twice a week. Every little bit helps and it definitely won't hurt him or her
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