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Old 08-14-2012, 01:31 AM
 
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dont use pet armour, i bought it today put on my 2yr old cat shes panting her heart is racing i call aspca and reported it, its very scary to watch i live in a small area where the only vet is an 1 and half hours away and there closed right now all i can do is comfort her
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Old 07-30-2013, 10:48 AM
 
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Default Pet armour

I applied Pet Armour flea drops to my 1 yr old cat on 7/19/2013 by 7/22/13 she was breathing different and looked like she was needing to throw up I didnt link that to the pet armour so on 7/26 was not better took her to the vet, he said she is very sick and wanted to put her down. i said treat her find out what is wrong. he informed me she was poisioned. she does sneak out alot and could have got into something but i believe its the pet armour. its day 5 she is still at the vet.
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Old 07-31-2013, 10:13 AM
 
Location: FL
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How awful rgalvin =( I can't use any of the topical flea remedies on Orion, he develops huge blisters and not where I apply it but in other areas, usually around his mouth. I think it may be from grooming, I'm unsure. At any rate I switched to Capstar and that seems to be okay, it doesn't prevent fleas but if I see one I give it to them.

I've begun combing two of the cats and one dog every evening before I go to bed, the other cat doesn't like it but his coat is thin so I think it irritates his skin. It works well, if there's a flea I'll see the evidence quickly, especially on the dog and I can treat it immediately.

I hope your kitty is ok, we don't know what reaction anyone will have to medication until we try it.
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Old 09-06-2016, 11:47 AM
 
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Do not waste your money on this product, it does not work, guarantee is useless. Says on box that it's okay to bathe after applying but when you call them for refund they say any type of detergent like Dawn washes off the product.Does not tell you that on the box. Also says safe for breeding queens but when you call they say not to use on nursing queens. Again, doesn't say that on the box.
If you are not happy with the product they have a million reasons not to refund you money.
Useless product.
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