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Q: Where is the cheapest place to get Frontline Plus with discount for buying alot?

May 22, 2008 | By Ashley T. | 7 answers | Expired: 2307 days ago

Ashley T.

I have 3 big dogs, and 7 cats and I need to find a place online where i can get like 3 months of treatments per animal but for not a lot of money. Its hard to afford a lot of flea treatments at once but it saves me money buying in bulk? Any answers are greatly appreciated. thank you all.

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Anonymous

May 24, 2008

Please check with your vet first please as I have a herding breed, Border Collie. They are very sensitive to certain types of flea control meds. Some of the ingredents can kill them or make them very ill. I know frontline plus is one they can have. Something with their breed is not able to tolerate the way the meds are made. Several breeds are this way. I would first find out from your vet what options are available to you for use prior to ordering anything. Please don't medicate, in which this is a form of medicine on your own. Better to be safe then sorry. Dr's Foster&Smith also carry these. However sometimes shipping costs make it higher then getting from the vet. Pet smart and some store carry it as well. Good luck.

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Jill R.
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May 24, 2008

If you buy in quantity, check with your vet staff to see if they would give you a discount. Alternatively, you could check prices at pet med express and other online sources. Just make sure the products are still effective (check dates.) I would be cautious buying them on ebay though, you could be buying counterfeit products.

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May 25, 2008

I use global flea control out of british columbia. I believe I listed their service under flea control. I got 8 months of Advantage for medium size dogs for an awesome price. They are on ebay under flea products.

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