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dazmario 10-01-2017 09:03 AM

revolution dog flea treatment
 
hi, i think there alot of dog owner here, I cant find the past thread on dogs so i start a new one.

I just adopted a dog maltese which was told it is coming to 4 years old this apr. Was told also that it is a in door dog and only can bring to walk on cement floor to avoid flea. however i like to bring it out park connector to for walk etc. as i google, i find there is revolution dog flea treatment which can be purchase at pet lover, around $50. i am looking for preventive, it is not infested .

The application is here http://www.revolution4dogs.com/images/revo-pi.pdf

but read liao still not sure, any one use this before can advise?

Thanks

BENG66 10-01-2017 08:25 PM

I using revolution to prevent ticks & fleas. Brown box for small dog below 10kg which I sure can get it cheaper if you look around after discount.

dazmario 11-01-2017 09:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BENG66 (Post 9981472)
I using revolution to prevent ticks & fleas. Brown box for small dog below 10kg which I sure can get it cheaper if you look around after discount.

hi may i know after i use the 1st dose on the dog, what is the time needed before we can shower it? i got it in q10 for 34.9 for 2,5 to 5 kg

Royston 11-01-2017 12:36 PM

More worried about having ticks than fleas here in Singapore.

SabaDen92 11-01-2017 01:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dazmario (Post 9981529)
hi may i know after i use the 1st dose on the dog, what is the time needed before we can shower it? i got it in q10 for 34.9 for 2,5 to 5 kg

Bro, I keep doggy but I use Revo on my cats ... was told few hours after applying as long as the part of the cat's body that I apply the Revo on is totally dry.

I was also advised by a few top breeders/groomers to wait a few days.
Seeing no harm heeding the advise from experts, I'll wait at least 3 days before giving them a bath if there's a need to.

ThErMuS 11-01-2017 02:33 PM

i applied on the back collar of the dog on a monthly basis... normally 1 day after he showered.

acedophin 11-01-2017 08:53 PM

I think you can use diatamaceous earth(Food Grade). It helps to remove ticks/flea by powdering it.

satan_gal 11-01-2017 09:16 PM

Think the cheapest will be from Singpet

anyway, there're many ways to prevent.. i normally dun use unless i really need to.

My old ladies are old.... body can't take the stress.

and errr... usually hor...

Fleas = cats
Ticks = dogs

i dunno wad the previous owner is talking at all.

dazmario 12-01-2017 08:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by satan_gal (Post 9981595)
Think the cheapest will be from Singpet

anyway, there're many ways to prevent.. i normally dun use unless i really need to.

My old ladies are old.... body can't take the stress.

and errr... usually hor...

Fleas = cats
Ticks = dogs

i dunno wad the previous owner is talking at all.

i got it from singpet too, waiting for it delivery.

tangmulong4488 12-01-2017 11:49 AM

How can humans don't need ticks or flea prevention when we also go to the park


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