Posted by John Fasoldt on 18:21:47 5/29/2012 from 220.127.116.11:
In reply to: Re: I flipped out too soon I think posted by Suzie on 18:12:08 5/29/2012 from 18.104.22.168:
Different strokes, I guess.... But I prefer to apply it once and let the customer call me back if she needs it. Often, she doesn't need to spend the money, and isn't that what we're supposed to do? Give our customers the most economical treatment that is also the most efficacious? That answer is "YES." In aprox 2-300 of my applications, 88% are all season long. If you don't NEED it, you don't WANT it - pure and simple.
As far as the dog is concerned, the chemical you put on him for fleas (advantage, frontline) is the same ingredient as Termidor - Fipronil.
The only difference is that the one you put on the dog is about 9% olution, while the Termidor treatment is at .06% - much less than your flea stuff.
And if you're NOT using it on the dog, you should.
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