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Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?

 
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Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
It's a new med by Merck. Vet says Frontline Plus is not longer effective on the new super fleas. He is suggesting Activyl, the only thing the animal hospital carries now.

Looks like it's only been around for a year or two.

Has anyone used it or have an experiences with it they can relate? Thanks.
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Re: Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
No.

STOP paying for toxic deadly chemicals to "clean" your pets with.

Use Dawn, Gain, Ajax to clean your cats or dogs. Leave the soap in and the bugs will drown. Add Borax if you wish which is natural and also kill bugs, but you must leave the soapy solution on their hair for like 5-10 minutes to really kill the fleas.

Fleas die by drowning, so just make sure they don't have the capacity to move or breathe in the soapy lather for some time.
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Re: Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
It's a new med by Merck. Vet says Frontline Plus is not longer effective on the new super fleas. He is suggesting Activyl, the only thing the animal hospital carries now.

Looks like it's only been around for a year or two.

Has anyone used it or have an experiences with it they can relate? Thanks.
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Reviews seem mixed... the few I've seen say it's horrible and didn't work at all or it's wonderful and worked as described. So... not sure, looks about 50/50.

I'd guess it would depend on your dog's grooming habits, outdoor activity, flea infestation quantity (alot or a little) and your overall house cleanness and flea amount.

In summary, if you are a slob and have a bad flea infestation, with carpets, beds, etc all infested, I'm assuming this product may need help to work properly... such as cleaning the house and beddings throughly to prevent fleas from coming back.

If you wash your dog and vacuum/wash bedding frequently... I assume the product will be more effective.

Good luck!

hf

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Re: Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
No.

STOP paying for toxic deadly chemicals to "clean" your pets with.

Use Dawn, Gain, Ajax to clean your cats or dogs. Leave the soap in and the bugs will drown. Add Borax if you wish which is natural and also kill bugs, but you must leave the soapy solution on their hair for like 5-10 minutes to really kill the fleas.

Fleas die by drowning, so just make sure they don't have the capacity to move or breathe in the soapy lather for some time.
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^^^ EXCELLENT ADVICE!

hf

Last Edited by Knowbody Special on 06/25/2013 04:55 AM
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I get rid of the fleas by dipping my pets in kerosene
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Most products are for fucking fools. They are scams or needless.

Straws are nice, they are useful. Let's fill the world with bendy straws, hard plastic straws, straws that are twisted, straws that collapse, straws that have caps.. The world is full of NEEDLESS and stupid shit.

Always search online,

Dangers of
Benefits of
Natural way to to
Natural solution for
How to naturally
Symptoms of
Natural cure for
Is that bullshit true?
Truth about
.. is a scam?

The more we trust the shit on the shelves the more lost and unhealthy we become. healthy people, happy people, grow their own food, have a balanced lifestyle, research everything before putting trust in a product, look for natural and non-toxic ways to do things, etc.

IT'S THE FUCKING INTERNET! USE IT, BUT USE IT WISELY!

Flea killer = soap + water + time = WORKS
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Works great!!!
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Re: Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
No.

STOP paying for toxic deadly chemicals to "clean" your pets with.

Use Dawn, Gain, Ajax to clean your cats or dogs. Leave the soap in and the bugs will drown. Add Borax if you wish which is natural and also kill bugs, but you must leave the soapy solution on their hair for like 5-10 minutes to really kill the fleas.

Fleas die by drowning, so just make sure they don't have the capacity to move or breathe in the soapy lather for some time.
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yeah, actually, tried all that. Sorry.
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Re: Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
Most products are for fucking fools. They are scams or needless.

Straws are nice, they are useful. Let's fill the world with bendy straws, hard plastic straws, straws that are twisted, straws that collapse, straws that have caps.. The world is full of NEEDLESS and stupid shit.

Always search online,

Dangers of
Benefits of
Natural way to to
Natural solution for
How to naturally
Symptoms of
Natural cure for
Is that bullshit true?
Truth about
.. is a scam?

The more we trust the shit on the shelves the more lost and unhealthy we become. healthy people, happy people, grow their own food, have a balanced lifestyle, research everything before putting trust in a product, look for natural and non-toxic ways to do things, etc.

IT'S THE FUCKING INTERNET! USE IT, BUT USE IT WISELY!

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Flea killer = soap + water + time = WORKS
Apparently you don't have the new super flease. Tried ALL OF THAT. DOES NOT WORK.

Sorry but all you Dawn detergent/Borax people are starting to wear me out as bad as my dog is worn out from the fleas.
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Re: Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
No.

STOP paying for toxic deadly chemicals to "clean" your pets with.

Use Dawn, Gain, Ajax to clean your cats or dogs. Leave the soap in and the bugs will drown. Add Borax if you wish which is natural and also kill bugs, but you must leave the soapy solution on their hair for like 5-10 minutes to really kill the fleas.

Fleas die by drowning, so just make sure they don't have the capacity to move or breathe in the soapy lather for some time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 684982


^^^ EXCELLENT ADVICE!

hf
 Quoting: Knowbody Special


yeah I freaking came on here for someone to tell me that.
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DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT. Look up "ataxia" and Actyvil. It can and does have some horrible side effects. Poison control has been called several times in our area.

NO NO NO
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Sod that, get a flea comb, (electronic if you can) and spend time grooming your little beauty(s). They'll appreciate you more. Believe!
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Actyvil = Act Evil
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Re: Has anybody used the new Flea med Actyvil on their pet yet?
I used it today on my Tibetan Spaniel and all fleas were gone in a few hours.
It's the only product that worked so far. I tried everything, shampoo's, collars etc. but nothing worked.
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Does anyone know a natural and effective tick repellant for dogs which is safe for cats? Some tick repellants are harmful and/or fatal to cats. I have a dog who goes out and gets ticks and an indoor cat who never goes out, but the dog and cat groom each other and are love-bugs.
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Repellent for your pets:

For pets, add 1 cup of water to a spray bottle, followed by 2 cups of distilled white vinegar. Ticks hate the smell and taste of vinegar, and will be easily be repelled by this ingredient alone. Then, add two spoonfuls of vegetable or almond oil, which both contain sulfur (another natural tick repellent).

To make a repellent that will also deter fleas, mix in a few spoonfuls of lemon juice, citrus oil, or peppermint oil, any of which will repel ticks and fleas while also creating a nicely scented repellent. Spray onto the pet's dry coat, staying away from sensitive areas including eyes, nose, mouth, and genitals. When outdoors for an extended period, spray this solution on two to three times per day.
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Repellent for your pets:

For pets, add 1 cup of water to a spray bottle, followed by 2 cups of distilled white vinegar. Ticks hate the smell and taste of vinegar, and will be easily be repelled by this ingredient alone. Then, add two spoonfuls of vegetable or almond oil, which both contain sulfur (another natural tick repellent).

To make a repellent that will also deter fleas, mix in a few spoonfuls of lemon juice, citrus oil, or peppermint oil, any of which will repel ticks and fleas while also creating a nicely scented repellent. Spray onto the pet's dry coat, staying away from sensitive areas including eyes, nose, mouth, and genitals. When outdoors for an extended period, spray this solution on two to three times per day.
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Thanks! Great information and no noxious poisons!

dogcat<----They thank you too! cheer
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I don't like to use systemic pesticides on animals.

Last Edited by bugkiller on 05/22/2014 08:33 PM

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