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April 09, 2013
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Flea repellents for pets come in several different forms, like pills, collars, and topical medications, also called spot-ons. Topical medications are medicines that have to be applied to your cat or dog's skin, usually by taking a single-use packet and squeezing the medication out onto your pet's back.
So which one is best, and how do they work? Take a look at this video from the makers of Advantage II that explains how topical treatments can be more effective than pills at stopping pests before they bite your pet.
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