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Flea collars and Frontline

Species: dog | Category: parasites | Submitted: 4 May 2009 11:10AM | viewed 22114 times
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Will it be harmful if I choose to use a Kiltix collar and Frontline on my dogs?

Q Our vet says: It is best not to "mix and match" these products. I would recommend that you choose to use one or the other rather than both.

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