Rated 5 out of 5 by lennox413 My cat wouldn't eat anything I put this product on.
NO FLEAS!! Before she was on Advantix plus, had a flea collar on and still needed a flea bath once a week which really dried out her skin...The only down side to this is that it doesn't protect against ticks...but its worth using the collar (preventix) so shes not so miserable scratching all the time..The first time we used it she did throw it back up..but after that she has had no side affects from it.Just make sure you give it after a meal and watch them for 1 hour to make sure it stays down..This is a good product, it works, but the puppy love kind of smells like baby powder to me.Which is a smell I like, but kind of weird to smell on a dog! But it masks any stinky smells for at least a couple days, so I would rather have the baby powder smell than the doggy alternative!
My dog wore this and sure jingled a lot, but I am not sure how much he liked it.I thought it was super cute though! It stretches to fit most necks is pretty durable.
March 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by francisco274 We tried every conceivable remedy known to man to eliminate the problem.
MAKE SURE to do this in a place where you don't mind incredible amounts of fur floating around for a few days, and WEAR OLD CLOTHES.My dogs love it.Refreshes breath and helps keep teeth clean.Safer than the beef rib bones they love since it's softer and doesn't splinter like real bone.Been using for years.
Live in the hot/humid country and other dogs in area that are not treated are covered with fleas.I have had none in my house or on my dogs for years with Frontline.\nOnly negative is that the initial smell (which is not bad to me) alerts the dogs and they don't like me to put it on them so they hide.This is a great product and saved my 12 year old Australian Shepherd.
She has degeneration in her hips and also had a knee operated on.She cannot take Rimadyl, because it makes her stop eating - even with gravy on the food.I got this as a desperate measure, and the relief was almost instantaneous.
February 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by lennox413 We started her on the Joint Enhancer and within two weeks we could tell a huge difference.
She has a sensitive stomach so she doesn't ever get any human food nor does she care for it really.So it came as a shock that when I tried to give it to her with a piece of egg she didn't even touch the egg and just swallowed the pill! Also, it was extremely effective she didn't scratch at all and we live in a wooded area with lots of fleas and ticks! I recommend this for everyone!I also work in a veterinarian's office as a Veterinary Technician.
December 31, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by thurio902 I strongly suggest you call or write a letter of protest to frontline.
Also parrots usually figure out how to loose the toy and throw it to the ground.The toy is great but perhaps better finished would be needed.Well, it is what it is.Not very challenging but definetely good fun for both my cockatoos.It one of the more often used toys.
December 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by fleance295 Don't complain about a product which is simply one of the most effective weapons in the battle that I've ever seen.
If you're going to make a training c.d then it would be a good idea to have someone with a musical ear and someone who can WHISTLE IN TUNE.\n\nHonestly, I'm not a good whistler - hence why I got this Pro.c.d in the first place - but the guy who whistles the tunes on this c.d is worse than me - and that takes some doing!all my birds (are idian ringnecks) love this treat.\nThey eat millet sprays every day for all these years and love them like first day.\nThe seeds are very good and clean and i prefer it because is a natural healthy productMy hyperactive budgie absolutely loves his munch balls, so much so he doesn't like my other budgie going anywhere near them.
They keep him amused for hours on end, much to the delight of his companion, and he particularly likes sitting on a munchball whilst pecking it.Since I bought these for him he has shown less interest in destroying the furniture.I would highly recommend munch balls to other small parrot owners.
December 9, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by liz cute but he won't keep it on
I loved it, but my carpet shark did not. I figured I'd get it so that he would stay warm now that the cooler months are coming, but he just wiggled out of it. Hr was not having it.. Also, there's an awkward elastic around his bellythat was tight and uncomfortable
September 24, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by charles396 I feel as though it was a waste of money especially having so many pets it was not cheap.
I was putting Frontline on my dogs each month after giving them both baths and had absolutely no luck with Frontline.Fleas and ticks abounded.Then my vet clued me in to the fact that Frontline needs the dog's natural skin oils to work and that I needed to wait at least 3 days after bathing them to apply it.
I did just that and now it works fine.Wish I had known this earlier---doesn't say anything about this on the package.This product did help our dog to stop chewing on things we didn't want him to chew on.
He then found other things to chew on...It needs to be sprayed at least every other day to be effective.I just ran out this morning and am buying more today.My dog was fascinated by the smell of the greenies.Before she ate it she rubbed her body all over it to get the smell on her.Then to my horror, both my dog and my roommate's dog rolled in my dog's feces to get the greenies smell on them!I have never had a flea or tick problem on my dogs.
August 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by francisco274 These sticks are very big, i was quite surprised even though others had said they were big! A good 12" long.
Bird hates it at moment, but I love watching him, he makes me laugh objecting to it talking to himI have fed Harrisons high potency course for almose seven years to my 7 year old grey Charlie,on advise from my vet.I love the fact it is organis so I am not loading him up with all sorts of preservatives and other nasties.He took to it without any problems and within a week was converted.I give a veriety of fruit and veg also.I have piece of mind knowing I am feeding a good , safe diet that he seems to enjoy.Normally my Senegal is a little shy of new things, he climbed straight through this.
He doesnt sleep in it but is progressively dismantling it and likes to forage in it, good funMy Senegal when i got him was almost bald...and nothing much improved that, he got plenty TLC but since i changed him to this....tada, the photo tells it all...Hes now a pain in the ...........and full of beans...and he can fly!!!!! we never though he would he was so bad.
Great perch and clever idea.
July 16, 2012