Seresto Flea & Tick Collar

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    Steve M
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    Ingredients state “other ingredients 85%. What are they? Just read “Canine Nutrigenomics” (preview avail. free on Kindle) but not remainder of book which must be ordered separately.

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    InkedMarie
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    you should contact whomever makes the Seresto collar to have your question answered.

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    Steve M
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    InkedMarie: Tried numerous times, can’t get through.

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    Steve M
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    Finally got through to Bayer, the manufacturer. They would not tell me what the 85% “other ingredients” are other than to say they are “proprietary’ and therefor would not say what they are.

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    InkedMarie
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    Steve: with an answer like that, I wouldn’t use the product.

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    Pitlove
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    I second Marie on that one…

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    olive1015
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    I’ll 3rd that sentiment. I had a lab mix that I took hiking with me all the time and before we headed out into the bush or deep grass …I’d spray a mix from bottle of 2parts distilled white vinegar and 1part water on her feet underside muzzle and ears. Never…got ticks or fleas.

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    Freda D
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    My vet encouraged the use of the product. I used it this season. I won’t next. It is relatively effective
    but not as effective as other products I have used. I know someone who only feeds their dog fresh garlic for flea and tick repellant and he swears he’s not seen any at all.

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    Laura
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    I use Food Grade DE Diatomaceous Earth. The powder can be put directly on the coat. I fill an old sock with the stuff and pat my girls with it. Food Grade DE Diatomaceous Earth is not a poison and fit for human consumption. I also add a 1/4 teaspoon to wet food to prevent internal parasites. For more information and how it works you can go to http://natureswisdom.net/.

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