Pet danger

tobedetermined

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Thanks for posting. The article is about Bayer’s Seresto collar. I know that I certainly wouldn't use one on my pets after reading that.
 

Gry

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Will never use chemical flea repellents again. Baking soda, a flea comb and a vacuum cleaner work just
fine on the fleas. When I think back on how my cats would act when I cracked open a container of frontline,
I feel terrible about having used it.
 

Snook

Still Learning
Will never use chemical flea repellents again. Baking soda, a flea comb and a vacuum cleaner work just
fine on the fleas. When I think back on how my cats would act when I cracked open a container of frontline,
I feel terrible about having used it.
Gry.. if you take those fleas in the hair from the flea comb and put them in a mix of Dawn dish soap and water, they explode spewing the blood they have sucked out of Spot.
It's kinda 'payback' to them..
 

St. Phatty

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Yesterday my Mille Fleur rooster managed to impale my finger with one of his 2 inch spikes. and then he took off flying with my finger still impaled.

Speaking of Pet Danger.

Not as pretty as this guy, he's just Shiney Black with Red paint.

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22 hours later, the impaled finger is not seriously infected.
 

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flylowgethigh

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Uh oh. I make a delicacy with hamburger, mixed veggies, noodles, cheese and flavoring. My dawg loves it too, and it has peas.
 
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