Hartz InControl Advanced Flea Drops Review

Hartz InControl Advanced Flea Drops

As a pet owner, you want to do the best by your dog or cat. You love them and consider them a member of your family, and want to make sure they stay healthy and happy. Therefore, many pet owners face a conundrum when it comes to trying to navigate the world of flea preventatives and control.

One of those areas that adds significant confusion to any pet owner’s life is flea drops. When it comes to that subject, Hartz is one of the main competitors in the industry, however, there are some cons that you need to be aware of before considering this product.

Hartz produces the InControl Advanced Flea & Tick Drops for dogs and puppies. It is intended for you to use on your pet once a month to kill fleas, ticks and mosquitoes on dogs for up to thirty days. Furthermore, it will not only kill fleas, but also their larvae and eggs and will prevent re-infestation using methoprene and etofenprox.

However, while all of this sounds positive, there are also some major health concerns with using this product on your dog. Many reviewers have stated that their dog experienced terrible skin problems within days of first applying this product. Some pet owners stated that the heavy chemicals used in this product also contributed to their dog experiencing sluggishness, drowsiness, diarrhea, vomiting and hair loss. Other pet owners claim that their dog even died because of an allergic reaction to this product.

These are serious claims that any pet owner who is considering this product has to deal with. After all, who could live with themselves if a product that was applied to their pet with the intention of helping them, actually hurt them.

While the product does work and the price is very affordable, we have to give Hartz InControl Advanced Flea & Tick Drops a “thumbs down” because of the dangerous chemicals used and the health risks associated with them.

If you are looking for a safer solution, you will want to go with a company that uses medical grade ingredients. Both Advantage and Frontline offer flea drops that are much safer and even more effective for your dog. They are very reputable companies and come highly recommended by veterinarians. These products are more expensive than Hartz, but they won’t harm your dog and that’s what counts.

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3 Responses to “Hartz InControl Advanced Flea Drops Review”
  1. Tom Duncan says:

    The junk doesn’t work, no guaranty from hartz…hell not even readily available contact info for them on THEIR website…and leader?? who wrote this mess, the owner of hartz?!? Both frontline and advantage are by far more recognized than hartz for drops…shoot, hartz isn’t even the same kind of drop as these two are, yet they deceive people by marketing them alongside Frontline and advantage…I WILL NEVER GIVE HARTZ ANOTHER DIME FOR ANYTHING, which, knowing the business model in America hartz has ripped off the public enough for the owners to retire, so they just bug out and sell the company (if it hasn’t already happend)..ah yes, good business men of jew s a!

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  2. A. says:

    I put drops on my dog yesterday. I used the package as instructed and applied as instructed. My dog is itching JUST as much 24 hours later, as he was BEFORE I put the drops on. I’m thinking of taking it to petco and getting my money back. BAD PRODUCT!!!

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  3. brandysmom says:

    This stuff is truly horrible. For the money that you’re going to waste buying cheap products that don’t work, you may as well just invest in the good stuff to begin with.

    I’ve made an appointment with my vet to get my dog on a good all-around flea, tick and heartworm pill or drop because I’m tired of blowing money on flea treatments for my house and carpet, just to find out that it didn’t work after all.

    The frustration and the waste just isn’t worth it. I’ll drop the $60 for the appointment in order to save money in the long run and see my pets happy and flea-free.

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