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The Ultimate Pet Treatment INFOGRAPHIC

 by wai on 28 May 2014 |
3 Comment(s)
Revolution vs Advantage? Frontline or Heartgard? How do these flea, tick, heartworm and intestinal worm treatment products stack up? Here's a side by side comparison of the most popular names in pet treatment products - which is right for you?

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Remember that product availability will depend on your region. Be sure to consult your veterinarian for the right product for your pet. 

IMPORTANT: The information has been compiled and sourced by Petbucket directly from the manufacturers' websites. While all efforts have been taken to verify the claims, the accuracy of the information may be out of date. Be sure to speak to your veterinarian before trying a new product for your pet. 

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Mark - Comment
Mark26 May 2014Reply
I think it's fair to mention that with Stronghold\Revolution you can wash your dog and not worry about the product wearing off because it enters the dog's blood stream. I know many of the other products just stay on the surface and can wash out before the month is over if the dog is washed or gets wet.
Petbucket Admin - Comment
Petbucket Admin27 May 2014Reply
Thanks for mentioning Mark - that's a great point to include :)
Kimberly - Comment
Kimberly28 May 2014Reply
I love that with Stronghold/Revolution you don't have to worry about your pet getting sick or licking it much because it dries at such a faster rate than other topical products.

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