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Good idea for your new cats
posted 8 years ago
This is a good product to use to supplement regular flea treatments for outdoor animals. For example, you might use this in January, to see if our warmer temps make it necessary to continue treatments through the winter (can you tell I was caught offguard last year?).
It could lessen the number of chemical treatments needed, but could give a false sense of security.
Cons: visual inspection shouldn't replace regular flea treatments
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
Flea combs are useful to detect fleas and flea droppings
posted 8 years ago
Use flea combs to detect the presence of fleas or flea droppings (pepper-like, blackish material that turns reddish if wet on a white piece of paper). Use Advantage or Frontline to treat or prevent fleas.
Pros: Great for detection of fleas/flea droppings
Cons: Not appropriate for treatment of fleas
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
Cheaper comb but works
posted 7 years ago
I bought one of these little combs some time ago in the grocery store. It worked fine to pick up flea dirt out of my short hairs as the teeth were tight. They didn't seem to mind me using it either. However, the teeth broke pretty quickly. Won't buy another.
Cons: Teeth break with much use
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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