breed

Q. How can I get rid of fleas on my dogs for good. I tried everything and nothing helps.

A. The best option for you would be to treat your dog, house, and yard. You will need to treat all of those three things. Get your dog on Frontline and Hartgard that is the best topical treatment for dogs. You must use this product for at LEAST four months to get rid of the entire cycle of the flea. If you have an infestation I would recommend staying on it all year round. Next, visit your local pet store and find the best yard and home flea treatment. If you're trying everything I would try the best products so you're not wasting your time with the cheaper low quality products. Ask a pet store associate to help you find the best one. You must treat all three things in order to fully get rid of the fleas, so treat ALL your pets (including cats - use Revolution), your yard, and your house.

Answered By
FARIS JACLYN



Related Questions

Related Articles


Skin Disease (Dermatophilosis) in Dogs

Dermatophilosis in Dogs Dermatophilosis is a skin disease that is irrespective of the age or gender of the animal, although the symptoms may vary. It is most often contracted from farm animals such as cows, sheep, or horses, and is...

Read More
Flea Control and Flea Bite Allergies in Dogs

Flea bite hypersensitivity and flea allergic dermatitis is the most common skin disease in pets. And although the allergies usually develop when dogs are young (less than one and up to five years of age), flea allergies can begin at any age....

Read More

DISCLAIMER: The answers in Ask petMD are meant to provide entertainment and education. They should not take the place of a vet visit. Please see our Terms and Conditions.

IMPORTANT: The opinions expressed in Ask petMD content area are solely those of the User, who may or may not have medical or scientific training.

Our Ask petMD experts include veterinarians, vet techs, veterinary students, pet trainers, pet behaviorists and pet nutritionists. These opinions do not represent the opinions of petMD.

User-generated content areas are not reviewed by a petMD veterinarian or any member of the petMD editorial staff for accuracy, balance, objectivity, timeliness, or any other reason except for compliance with our Terms and Conditions.

petMD does not endorse any specific product, service, or treatment. Do not consider petMD user-generated content as medical advice.

Never delay or disregard seeking professional medical advice from your veterinarian or other qualified healthcare provider because of something you have read on petMD.

Continue Reading