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    Where's everyone ordering their flea and tick meds from these days? Just had a couple seresto collars rejected by customs.
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    Canadianpetcare.com

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    my vet
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    my vet as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Where's everyone ordering their flea and tick meds from these days? Just had a couple seresto collars rejected by customs.
    Customs did you a favor! They should be outlawed in canada as they contain a nasty neonic that has (and is) devastating our planet. Having one of those collars on your dog will kill all the beneficial pollinators within 2ha of your house, just from your dog urinating on the lawn ! This same neonic is the reason for bee hive collapse, loss of our bats, almost 80% loss of all our aerial insectivorous bird species since 2005 etc. Check out the news Today in the states- much pressure to have the collars banned due to high number of dog deaths and human health problems from having contact with the dog and the collar.

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    Look up imidicloprin ! Totally banned in Europe but our government does not have the balls to list it as prohibited. Just about every soyabean corn kernel, and canola seed is coated in it.

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    We use Nexguard Spectra. Has no neonics in it. Does fleas, mites, heartworm, and gut worms. Definately works on both black-legged and dog ticks as we find them dead on the floor in the house. We get the product directly from our vet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenelon View Post
    Customs did you a favor! They should be outlawed in canada as they contain a nasty neonic that has (and is) devastating our planet. Having one of those collars on your dog will kill all the beneficial pollinators within 2ha of your house, just from your dog urinating on the lawn ! This same neonic is the reason for bee hive collapse, loss of our bats, almost 80% loss of all our aerial insectivorous bird species since 2005 etc. Check out the news Today in the states- much pressure to have the collars banned due to high number of dog deaths and human health problems from having contact with the dog and the collar.
    No issue with pollinators here. I'm overrun with bees and wasps lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenelon View Post
    We use Nexguard Spectra. Has no neonics in it. Does fleas, mites, heartworm, and gut worms. Definately works on both black-legged and dog ticks as we find them dead on the floor in the house. We get the product directly from our vet.
    I'm giving bravecto a try this year. Seresto was just so convenient and effective. I see tons of good reviews on bravecto though
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