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Cedarcide should be able to help your dog out with fleas, flea allergies, itching. My little cat had pretty bad flea allergies and a hot spot she kept licking and scratching until it bled and got all scabby...and she had some pretty gross skin scaling on her rump. (poor baby...) After using the Cedarcide a few times on those spots, she stopped scratching and they cleared up.
The Vet is giving your dogs meds that solve the symptoms and they might not necessarily solve the underlying problem. Plus, some of those pet meds can be really dangerous to animals. That's why I like going with something like Cedarcide-it's non toxic, effective and cheap, compared to vet bills & overpriced pet meds.
There are tons of testimonials from pet owners who have used their product, on their wbesite- http://www.cedarcidestore.com/page/page/4633404.htm
Also, if you're using a spot drop flea preventative on your pet(s), you might want to read this- http://www.cedarcidestore.com/alert_Spotdrops.html
Thanks Lisa. I need to look into getting some cedarcide. Did you have to order it or can you purchase it locally?
I did take Toby in this morning. Doc said the itching could be caused by flea bites or even other seasonal things. Toby did have a flare up like this last year (but not as bad) and I think it was just about this time too. Doc told me to watch for when this happens. He also gave me a lot of other info too. I did stock up on Frontline. I am almost afraid to read the link you gave me for stopdrops : } From what I understand Frontline is birth control for fleas.
Are you going to yard sales today? Auctions?