Flea Repellents in Topicals vs. Flea Pills Learn How Different Flea Medicines Work

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Pets can be protected from fleas with different medications, including pills and topical treatments. This video explains how they work.

Flea treatment 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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