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Old 09-08-2014, 07:35 PM

RE: Splitting XL Flea medication Viles for Small Dogs

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Originally Posted by Layla Stryker
I do this with I think advantage. My cat and dogs all share one tube. I'm switching the dogs though, I didn't realize the one I'm using doesn't have tick protection. Just get some syringes, an amber vile and duct tape the bottle up right in a baggie in your fridge, in case of leaks.
You might want to double check the active ingredients in the dog and cat formulations. I know some of the dog flea meds can be toxic to cats. I don't have cats so I don't remember which brands specifically were a problem, just that some were.
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