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Fiproguard - Generic To Frontline Top Spot 34 34
Works great I live in Louisiana most of the fleas where I live are Immune to most of the Fleas stuff out there, but this one works really well. I have not see a flea on my dog for 2 months (as long as I have had and using this one). What is funny Frontline will not work on the fleas around my house, but this will 05/09/2013
Useless If it works at all, it lasts maybe two weeks and my cat is showing signs of flees again. I won't be buying this stuff again. I recommend Advantage. I ran out of Advantage and Sentry was all the pet store had at the time. Wow, do I regret wasting my money. 01/29/2013
Ended my dog's flea problem I adopted a dog who was on Frontline. Near the end of the Frontline cycle, he got fleas. I immediately bought this product and applied it. The fleas all dropped off within a few days. In one week he was flea-free. Great product. It really came through when I needed it to. 11/21/2012
Was working great I started using Fiproguard after Frontline stopped working. Both my cats started getting flea eggs all over and were going crazy scratching constantly. I guess the fleas can become immune after a period of time. Then I switched to Revolution, but one of my cats was getting a lot of dog ticks around his neck, and I would find deer ticks where the cat had been lying, so I switched to the Fiproguard not realizing it is a generic form for Frontline Top Spot, but it cleared up the flea problem and got rid of the ticks completely. Recently my daughter brought over her Chihuahua which was infested with fleas, and the cat that was using the Fiprogaurd on started going crazy again, scratching, and biting. I hated to go back to using Revolution because the cat will get ticks again. It has tapered off in the past 2 weeks, partly due to the fact my daughter started using the Revolution on her Chihuahua and I guess the Fiprogaurd is slowly killing the new fleas my cat acquired. My Main Coon Cat also seemed to lose some fur in the immediate application site between his shoulder blades, but that seems to have been temporary. I'm going to try what another reviewer did, which was to apply the medication in 3 spots close together, rather than just the 1 spot. I also may reapply after 3 weeks instead of 4. If after that I find the fleas are still a problem, I'll write another review. Wish me luck, because I hate it when my kitty is constantly scratching and biting instead of concentrating on the better things in life, like catching mice. 11/12/2012
don't waste your money I thought I would try this product because it's ten dollars less then Frontline and it's supposed to be the same ingredients. I used it for two months and it didn't kill a single tick to my knowledge. I kept finding live ticks with large sacks on my dog. It did not work at all. 11/01/2012
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Answer:¬†The Fiproguard is not effective against ear mites. However, we do have Revolution available, which treats and control ear mites as well as fleas and ticks. This product also prevents heartworm disease. Here is the link to view the Revolution.... http://www.1800petmeds.com/Revolution-prod10265.html
Answer:¬†Yes Fiprogaurd does great at getting rid of ticks on my cat. Not sure how effective it would be for long haired dogs, but my cat has fairly long fur. It was working great on fleas and no eggs were found, until the fleas were reintroduced by my daughters Chihuahua, but they seem to be tapering off again. I would definitely try it.
Answer:¬†Yes there is a topical that does all the stages of the flea life and ticks. I would suggest either the frontline plus or the K9 Advantix.
Answer:¬†I asked the same thing. No prescription is needed for fiproguard. The only time you need a prescription for preventives is if the product also treats/kills internal parasites.
Answer:¬†Revolution did not get rid of the dog ticks or the deer ticks on my cat. I do live in the woods, so they get exposed on a daily basis.
Revolution states it Controls American Dog Tick infestation, but my cat had lots around his neck until I switched to Fiprogaurd.
Answer:¬†Revolution topical treatment covers internal (worms) and external parasites, where as the Fiproguard is just for the external parasites.
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