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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

2/18/2013 5:17:11 AM

We apply nematodes to our yard once a year, it is easy to apply but you must do it when it is raining or just before it rains. We get them from our locate Feed Store and they must be kept refrigerated and make sure they have not passed the expired date. The are also good for grud control on your lawn.

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Jim   Oklahoma City, OK

6/9/2010 3:57:27 PM

I agree with BEAUMONT TX

Very useful information. Where would one find nematodes for the yard?

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Harvi   Beaumont, TX

6/9/2010 6:54:52 AM

Very useful information. Where would one find nematodes for the yard?

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HappyDogBeds.com   Fort Wayne, IN

6/8/2010 3:43:08 PM

I agree that a combined treatment is needed in order to repel fleas and ticks. It takes some time and efforts in order to get rid of them. My dog has a terrible allergy reaction to fleas. Louise, I am sorry about your dog.

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Louise   Scottsdale, AZ

6/7/2010 4:00:15 PM

Update your article, or proofread it- "Not a losing
battle
With fleas jumping from the carpet and ticks hiding in the grass, be thankful that it’s 2007." Really, 2007? I will never use spot flea repellent, far too many dogs have seizures(including one of mine, who has passed) from them.

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Handoko   Jakarta, IN

6/6/2010 7:01:17 PM

Very clear and useful information. I agree that comprehensive prevention must be applied to both dog and home. If you can give an indication of garlic dosage that will be very useful.

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JOHN   MAYTOWN, PA

6/5/2010 10:39:09 AM

THANKS 4 THE INFORMATION, IT WAS WELL WRITTEN. THIS IS ONE OF THE REASON'S I SUBSCRIBE 2 YOUR SITE. THANKS AGAIN.

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Judith   Byron, MI

6/4/2010 6:09:54 AM

Our 2 Golden Retrievers (who have fairly thick coats) swim every other day in a lovely clean lake. They do not roll in sand. Will this swimming help control flea/tick population along with their spot on Rx?

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Raymond   Gloucester Point, VA

6/4/2010 4:35:01 AM

vERY GOOD ARTICAL. We two types of preventive for what it does only cost about $1.50 pper day. A very good insurance I think.

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Mary   Decatur, AL

6/3/2010 9:28:41 PM

I heard that you should ever give garlic to a dog too! I'm not doing that, but I do put a flea and tick preventive on my dog every month and I keep all areas clean. About a month ago, I visited my Son in the country and my dog got totally infested with fleas in 5 minutes of running in the grass! I had to give her two flea baths with stuff from the vet to kill them all. sheesh!

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Rick   Menominee, MI

6/3/2010 2:34:17 PM

I hear and read that garlic is not good for dogs??? Who is correct?

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Claudia   Lakewood, OH

6/3/2010 11:35:55 AM

A Well written,informative article! Thanks for sharing this timely article. I'll look forward to reading more in the future about canine topics.

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ANNALEE   JACKSONVILLE, FL

6/3/2010 10:33:40 AM

i get the DIATOMACEOUS EARTH at the local floral nursery.. BUT BE CAREFUL==there are 3 kinds sold.. get the one that is FOOD GRADE..the ones sold at most pool places is toXic to dogs/ANIMALS as it has been treated with chemical. i like the one made by RED LAKE THE BEST.

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sara   stow, OH

6/3/2010 9:53:42 AM

great article...Hope everyone reads this that has a dog..

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mary   portland, ME

9/10/2007 3:35:31 AM

very good article.

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mary   portland, ME

8/29/2007 2:36:53 AM

Great article.

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johana   lancaster, CA

8/9/2007 1:44:41 PM

i think that this really works.its a realy good why to get rid of fleas and ticks.

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Judy   Miami, FL

7/3/2007 6:49:06 AM

Great information....thank you.

As a owner of 5 dogs and living in Miami, I always have this concern of fleas.....Can you tell me where to find "diatomaceous earth?

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