Fibroguard? Comfortis? Other affordable flea & tick?
I'm having to pick up the slack for a rescue that isn't great. There's nothing I can do about the rescue so don't bother because things have already been tried.
One of the things is that they don't provide the dogs with flea and tick protection. If I'm going to bring dogs to my house, they need to have it. Something that is effective on BOTH fleas and ticks.
I'm not going to use anything unsafe or that I've heard a lot of negative things about, such as Biospot, Hartz, etc. I'm just not going to chance it.
I don't have a lot of money so I'm looking for something safe and affordable and effective.
How does Fiproguard PLUS compare to Frontline Plus? I use Frontline Plus on my own dog and have found it to be effective thus far.
How about Comfortis? Is it effective against ticks as well?
And what about PRONYL OTC PLUS? I don't think I've seen this sold anywhere and I don't see it widely available online either.
Not really cheap but anybody have any input on Advantage Multi?
I realize that a lot have the same active ingredients but it seems that they differ on inert ingredients and this is where the harm can lie.