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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-25-2003, 08:21 AM Thread Starter
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I found a new web site that's even cheaper than the last one on Frontline spot treatment. I buy from England- it's like 1/2 the price than buying in US . This web site is less plus you don't have to pay shipping if you spend 60 bucks! Ticks are very bad here so this is a must for me. Beau already got infected with lymes desiese, so I'm really making sure they get this FL on them once a month. With 3 dogs (1 coming soon) - I really have to find stuff at a lower cost. I also bought some Heartgaurd from this web site- they didn't ask for a scribt ether.
Does anyone use Ivermectine horse paste to prevent heart worm in their dogs? I know it would only cost about 10$ to treat 1200 pounds of dog but I'm afraid to overdose since it's calculated in 100 pound doses.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-25-2003, 08:28 AM Thread Starter
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ps- I was using Bio-spot last year but You have to use special shampoo to wash your dogs in, and a vet told me it was toxic and she didn't think it was safe. I don't know but I just think the Frontline works better anyway.
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Linda - I use Frontline Plus - and Jack tested positive for Lyme Disease this summer! Ticks are very bad right now where I live. I know what you mean about the cost of treating so many animals monthly. 2 dogs and 3 cats for me - wow does that add up!
I found a similar online place in Australia- and I'm paying half what I would anywhere else, no shipping cost too!

For me, Frontline Plus seems to work the best. I've used Bio-spot too in the past and I just didn't think it measured up. I had no idea it wasn't safe Thanks for that info!

I pulled a Tick out of Jack's head the other night eew! He's been updated on his Lyme vaccine. After watching what he went through (and I didn't even realize he was sick, I thought his age was getting the best of him ) I will never fall behind on that Lyme vaccination again!

I do find though that toward the end of each treatment period I'll usually start seeing a few Ticks... it makes me think that the treatment doesn't really last the entire month. Have you found this to be the case too?
Would it hurt to apply it a few days or a week before the scheduled treatment date? Just wondering and curious because I really, really hate when Ticks get on the dogs. I'm fanatic about checking for them- if and when I see one, I get nervous and think that the Frontline has worn off.

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