Fleas rise to the top of your pet's coat as they die, so consider it a triumph if you start seeing more fleas at first, after treating your pet. If you’re still seeing fleas after application, it may be because your pet has picked up new fleas from the environment, which may include other pets, surfaces and outdoor areas. It may take up to 30 days to break the entire flea life cycle. Additionally, you should also treat sources of new fleas (i.e., carpet, yard, etc.) to ensure complete flea control.
I was looking for something that wasn't a chemical to keep the crawly things away from my four pups. The chemicals is one thing and the cost was another. I read about Flea Away and decided to give it a try. I have found four ticks so far and it's been less than a month on Flea Away so they don't really count. Two ticks were stuck on a dogs ear and the other two were crawling. For this time of year that is great in this area. All the pups take the tablets readily as a treat. My pups coats are so lush and shiny. I have switched to diatomaceous earth, colloidal silver and olive leaf powder as called for along with the Flea Away every day. I just want to do as much natural things for my pets and myself as possible. Sometimes the old and natural ways are the best. I have recommended Flea Away to a couple of friends already. It's well worth a try for the price and yes, it takes over a month to know for sure but even buying two bottles is cheaper by far than the chemicals.
I have been using these for only a few weeks. I prefer to use something more natural for fleas and ticks than harsh chemical treatments. I have 6 dogs. They all like these and have no problems taking them. The pill is kinda big. My small terrier to my large Dalmatian can take these with no problem. They take these with VetBest Seasonal allergy and VetBest Shed & Itch. As well as Brewers yeast. I am not sure if is this product alone or the combination of the products. But they itch way less this spring than they have in the past. They like taking the "treats" as they think they are....lol and we will continue to give this combination.
I have been using this product on my dogs for over 10 years and I have only once found a tick on one of them. My home is in the country where lots of deer visit us all the time. My dogs love to be in our yard and roll in the grass. Great product! If tablet is too large, just break it in half and drop in their food.
April 15, 2023 It is too early to tell if this product works. Instructions stated the animal will need 30 days of taking x1 pill per day to "start" seeing results. NOTE: Cat loves the pills. Pills are liver flavored. This is a stray cat that is pretty fussy so all is good so far. She's been on them for 1 week. TBD ...
Love this product. Use it for my stray kitties outside that I take care of. Works well. Crush it, stir into their food, they seem to love the taste, and it gives them relief from itching! Brillant!
The Pills are hard and large like a big Vitamin. I have several cats and not of them wanted them even when I tried to break them up in pieces. 1 licked it but then turned their nose up - the others would not even lick the pill. These would probably be better for large dogs.
This didn't work on my 2 dogs all it did was upset there stomachs even after I broke it in half so I will not be ordering this again got a good bit of the pills left !!
If I had known this product takes 30 days to begin working, I wouldn't have purchased it. It's natural which is great and for dogs and cats, but 30 days is too long. I won't be able to use it as I need results sooner.
I purchased these to feed to a cat colony that was infested with fleas and giving them the monthly topical treatments was very difficult because they are not the types of cats who want you to touch them. So I decided to start giving them these every day after the last topical treatment and they have remained flea free for the past year now. So I made sure I gave them the topical treatment first so it would kill any adult fleas they had, and since then I have been giving them these daily, for about a year now, and have not had to do another topical treatment since then. So it definitely works for repelling fleas. The way I use them since they are large pills, is to crush it with the flat side of a meat tenderizer and mix it with wet food.
This is great for the feral cat we take care of. We just put it in his food, after crushing it up, and spread diatomaceous earth in his outdoor house, and he looks good. No Scratching from what we can see. Thanks Chewy!