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Not for breaking established habits
posted 6 years ago
I have a cat who has 'litterbox issues', and has designated my bed as her second litterbox when she is angry. I was hoping this would be a strong repellent, but it is not (and does say this in the very fine print on the can). It may work if you have a new pet that you are trying to teach to stay away from certain areas, in conjunction with consistent training, but doesn't seem to do much for established habits. Doesn't seem to have much of an odor, so you can use it liberally on a safe surface.
Pros: Probably ok for training before a habit sets in
Cons: Doesn't repel once habit is set
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Keeping fleas and ticks away
posted 5 years ago
we always used what our vet sold us, we never had any luck with over the counter collars, soaps or sprays. we bought 6 month supplies twice a year from our vet and never ever had any fleas or ticks,none on rover and none in the house. a flealess tickless dog is happier and less likely to get several diseases.
Pros: kills existing fleas and ticks and new hosts
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