PetArmor Squeeze On For Dogs Review
Are you sick of trying spot-on flea products that don’t work?
We’re not sure which is worse; the money that you waste or the fact that you have to wait 30 more days before you can try something else in hopes that it will give your pet some relief.
We feel your pain and want to help.
Today we’re going to take a look at PetArmor Squeeze On for dogs to see what’s in it and check out what real users have to say in order to help you make an informed flea control decision.
Pet Armor claims that their spot on treatment is long-lasting, waterproof and a piece of cake to use. It supposedly kills and repels the following for 30 days:
These biting parasites can cause sarcoptic mange, allergic dermatitis, Lyme disease and many more horrible conditions.
How it Works
Fipronil is a neurotoxin that blocks receptors to the pest’s brain and causes hyperexcitability that leads to death. The reason that it doesn’t affect dogs, cats or humans is because our bodies break it down too quickly for it to do any damage.
However, the excitability that it causes in fleas explains why it may appear as if your dog has more fleas after you apply it than he did before; the fleas that were quietly munching on your pet underneath his hair are now bouncing to the surface. It’s a sign that it’s working.
What Are Users Saying?
PetArmor Squeeze On has better reviews than most. A large majority of people report that it works well for dogs and I suspect that some of the people who reported seeing even more fleas on their dogs after application simply didn’t know that was normal. The only bad thing that some people had to say was that it didn’t work – there were no adverse effects reported.
PetArmor comes in four different packs based on the size of your dog or puppy and can be used on all dogs and puppies over 8 weeks old. It can be used on pregnant and lactating dogs and should be reapplied every 30 days. Wait 24 hours after application before you give your pet a bath.
Product Warnings and Side Effects
Your dog may develop minor irritation at the application site for a few days. If this doesn’t get better, bathe your pet is warm, soapy water. If it gets worse, contact your vet.
PetArmor Squeeze On appears to be a good product, especially for the money. Since it averages less than $6 per dose, it may just be worth trying.
If you’ve used PetArmor Squeeze On on your dog for fleas, we’d love to hear how it worked for you in the comments section below.