Rated 2 out of 5 by Gingerbean It works! It doesn't work!
This was a life saver last year for my very sensitive Golden Retriever. She is highly allergic to fleas and Frontline and Advantage were ineffective against these pesty varmints, Out of frustration and sympathy for my poor furry best friend, I had no choice but to fork up the cash and take the risk of trying something new. Comfortis worked miracles. The varmints were gone and my best friend was finally healing from her constant scratching and biting. She had a 4 month break without the medicine and still no sign of fleas. The 5th month I put her back on Comfortis and by the 6th month she was covered in fleas again. After treating my entire house and best friend and two consecutive months of administering Comfortis, the fleas are still with us and worse than ever before. My Golden now has hot spots, which she's never had in her 7 years of life, and an ear infection. She's miserable which makes me miserable. I'm so confused with this product. For the price, I should not have the issues I am having. Could it be that the fleas are now resistant to the active ingredient in Comfortis?
October 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by bungaloebill224 great product
Make sure you thank the pharmicutical company for making a pill form for cats that releave fleas. Next suggestion for them, pill form that not only kills fleas, but also de-worms cats. How about pill form for their annual shots like for rabies and feline lukemaia?
October 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SammySam Finally!
Finally something that has worked! Our golden retriever has been given flea bath after flea bath, and also that oil that is put on his back again and again. We have flea bombed the house over and over, and he constantly has them! Well finally I asked the vet what he'd suggest and he suggested this! Now, it's only been a few days since he's eaten it, but it worked!
October 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by EClay222 Effective but Expensive- I would still recommend it highly
Very effective for our 3 Dalmatians.
Pros - Effective
Cons 1. - not in a chewable tablet. Not yummy by our dogs, so a little harder to give.
2 Expensive - wait for discounts
I would recommend trying it it. We have used Comfortis for 2 years and not a single flea.
October 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by baxter good product
this product works very good for my dog, its easy for him to take as is if he feel like it, or i can smush it up and put it in a smushed up hot dog
October 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by LisaInMass Works great
Although it is pretty expensive, when you battle fleas, you know you'll pay almost anything to get rid of them. Comfortis does just that. My dog doesn't eat it like a treat, but when mixed with his food, he does eat it.
September 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chasss The product has always been an ecffective one..
good product ... has always worked for my dogs..I wish it was a chewable pill rather than a hard pill
September 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by maggly Doesn't poison your other pets
I asked the vet to recommend something for my cats that wasn't applied to their fur because they washed topical flea meds off each other. Comfortis fills the bill. Sometimes they will chew it, other times I have to pill them.
September 4, 2014