If it moves, it dies.
RESCUED dogs need a lot of tender loving care. Plucked from the streets they call home, rescued dogs not only need an immediate bath, they also usually need to be rid of ticks and fleas.
Flea and tick infestations usually don't end after a dog's first bath. The pesky parasites have high survival instincts so prepare for a long drawn-out battle before your dog can be rid of them.
Choose your medicated dog shampoo well. It's better to use a strong yet gentle and affordable solution like Flea Away to flush out your dog's enemies. It's the “weapon” of choice of McDo, the eager dog in the photo who found his forever home, as did the army of ticks and fleas he hosted.
Rescued near a burger joint, McDo is a very furry dog that requires more shampoo and more frequent treatments. He could definitely use an inexpensive yet effective anti-flea shampoo. He knows its bath time when he sees the familiar bottle of Flea Away.
A 30-year-old product, Flea Away sells for only P85 for a 120ml bottle (price may vary in other stores). The fact that it actually works when used regularly makes it still one of the more cost-effective products in its category today. A small part of it can also be mixed with water to spray the dog's favorite areas that are likely inhabited by ticks and fleas and their eggs.
Manufactured locally and distributed by Gilbert Emerson Marketing Corp., Flea Away has never changed its original packaging design because the company wants to keep the product's long lasting, albeit vintage appeal. What won't last are the fleas, which means this product “ticks” all the boxes. -- MetroPets
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