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New Products Lead the Way in Flea Protection

New Products Lead the Way in Flea Protection
Along with spring showers and flowers come fleas. It’s a sure bet in most parts of the country, but some places have it worse than others. Fleas in Florida and other southern states can be so overwhelming that many pet owners throw in the towel, assuming these pests are inevitable, and simply hire an exterminator... Read more »

Flea Control, It's About How to Use the Products

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The way flea  products are used matters. According to veterinary parisitologist Dr. Michael Dryden, professor of veterinary parasitology, in the Department of Diagnostic Medicine and Pathobiology at Kansas State University, some products really easier for some pet owners to use than others. Here’s 100 seconds on the topic. Type your email address in the box... Read more »

Best Flea Product Is Easy to Use

Best Flea Product Is Easy to Use
No one wants fleas. Veterinary partisitologist Dr. Michael Dryden of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine did a comparison of two different flea products. Dryden reveals the result of his study on Steve Dale’s Pet World. Dryden talks about the way which consumers use the products. If people can’t properly apply the product, well, really – at least... Read more »
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Finds Flea Products Confusing: Dr. Flea Clears It Up

Finds Flea Products Confusing: Dr. Flea Clears It Up
Q: I find flea products confusing to use. Also, we travel a lot and missing a dose has meant that we had fleas. What should we use? — V.D., Homestead, FL A: Even veterinary professionals refer to veterinary parisitologist Dr. Michael Dryden, Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine as “Dr. Flea.” He says, “Products... Read more »

Readily Available Flea and Tick Products Might Not be the Bargain You Think

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