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EasySpot for Cats
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Vet recommended and we did use it on 5 kittens and three adult cats. Fleas did not go and one adult cat got severe skin burn on the spot it was used.His hair started falling from there and poor boy was in pain.Never going to use it again. 11/23/2014
Have a 13 yr indoor persian,,Since poodle arrived 2 yrs. ago, cat gets fleas....This did not work. tried once, 2 wks later, horrible. did again....Am not continuing. my vet recommended!? 09/03/2014
Geographical variations I am responding to a review by Graham &Ericka headed ?Unfortunately, not a great pick." I too live in NC and this is a very tick-intensive area. I worked in veterinary research for the ministry of agriculture and I had cats all my life (65+years) I have never seen such an aggressive tick infestation as in NC. Not just for my cats, but with me as well! This year it is even worse than last year. I built a wire dog-run on my deck to allow the cats some feel of nature while trying to avoid grass & leaves contact. It worked with two cats but the third one being a born feral cat found a way to escape by climbing the wire! When he returned he contaminated the others. All I can do is to use shampoo in between applications. This active ingredient worked well in VA, it is almost pointless in NC? But there is hope for us. I being a scientist I researched high & low for a complement to EasySpot and I may have found it. It is sold for mosquito infestation (which we have in NC worse than in the Everglades) I studied the active ingredient and it is a naturally occurring bio product harmless to animals, even to frogs. I will use it in my backyard and see what happens. The idea is to minimize the degree of infestation to allow EasySpot to do its work under normal conditions. These people have six cats; there may be a cross contamination situation here too. 08/21/2014
Better than Frontline!! This past spring, someone dumped a cat behind our house... We tried bringing him in, but he wasn't having it, so by his choice, he lives in his little house on our back porch.. Took him to the vet for an exam in June.. The vet gave us EasySpot for fleas/ticks and we used it on him June, July, and August... We didn't see one flea or one tick all summer long... Sept, October, and November, I used Frontline from the local pet store and the poor guy had new ticks on him literally every other day.. I just found a tick on him last week during a Pennsylvania winter! Aren't those things supposed to be gone by now?? Going back to EasySpot and hoping we continue to have the success that we did this summer!! 12/30/2013
Works slowly but surely There was no immediate effect, but 2 weeks later I could not find fleas on my cats.It is important to maintain applications as directed d/t fleas go through the cycle of development and if you stop, you will see them coming back. 12/12/2013
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Answer:In my experience, it's 100% more effective with ticks than frontline... Our outdoor cat had not one tick or flea all summer long while using this product.. We used Frontline during Sept, Oct, and Nov and this poor guy had new ticks literally every other day.. Frontline was a complete waste of money!
Answer:EasySpot is similar to Frontline Plus but it is not the same. EasySpot contains 9.7% fipronil (insecticide), whereas Frontline Plus contains 9.8% friponil(insecticide) + 8.8% (S)-methoprene(insecticide). Frontline Plus not only kills adult fleas and ticks, but by way of the active ingredient (S)-methoprene it also kills flea eggs and larvae. EasySpot only kills adult fleas, ticks, and lice.
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