Flea and Tick Spray for Animals
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Rating: 3.0

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(3.0 out of 5, based on 5 reviews)

237 ml flea and tick spray for small animals (gerbils,hamsters,guinea pigs,etc.)
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Hahna
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Rating: 5

Worked great on mites

posted 6 years ago

My new gerbils had mites. We were able to use this product one time and spray down their cage and we never had a problem again. Gerbils had no adverse effects.

Pros: worked great

Cons: none

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Manydogs
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Rating: 3

Why?

posted 6 years ago

Hamster, guinea pigs and such are mostly kept as indoor pets. I have never had one with fleas or ticks.Even here in Texas. Little mammals just don't need a bunch of chemicals on them.

Pros: ?

Cons: Not neccesary

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