Seresto Flea & Tick Collar for Dogs, over 18 lbsBy Seresto
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About This Item
- Veterinarian-recommended prevention treatment kills fleas and ticks on puppies and dogs 7 weeks and older weighing over 18 pounds.
- Starts to repel and kill fleas within 24 hours of initial application and re-infesting fleas within two hours; works on contact with no painful biting required.
- Also repels and kills ticks within 48 hours of initial application and re-infesting ticks within six hours; works on contact with no painful biting required.
- Easy-to-use, 27.5-inch adjustable collar is odorless and non-greasy; quick-release feature and visibility reflectors provide extra safety.
- Water-resistant formula continues working for up to eight months, even after bathing, swimming and sun exposure.
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.
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No change, not worth the cost
I have a German shepherd and a large pit bull mix. We saw A flea on my white short haired dog and bought these to try. The collar claims to kill live fleas and prevent future fleas. I checked my dogs over and flea combed them to only find one on each dog when we placed the collars on so not a huge infestation. We are now on day 3 of use and I have found an additional 2 fleas on my short haired dog and 1 on my long haired. I ensured the collars were snug and fitted as the instructions call for. They have not gotten wet or been damaged in any way. My poor shepherd is digging and digging. I will be buying another product immediately but wanted to give everyone a heads up to save their money!
I was very excited when I heard about this product, ordering it within a week. A collar for my pup that keeps critters off him for 8 months, and under $100? Well, if he gets wet more than once a month (I have a swimmer) then the collars lifetime downgrades to 5 months. Furthermore, even after 2 weeks of wearing the collar I’ve removed a handful of ticks from him. Less than before the collar, and they are looking more stiff and frozen, but I’m still searching him for ticks daily. So yes it works, but not as originally advertised to me. We’ll see how things progress month by month.
I love seresto collars! The upfront cost is a big chunk for a person with an average income, BUT, in the long run it saves sooo much money! No multiple cost of flea drops or having to remember to apply. Also, if your pet does get fleas there’s the cost to get rid of the fleas! Not to forget the aggravation and mental/emotional stress getting rid of fleas can be. With seresto collars you don’t have to worry about any of that!! So yes a big cost upfront, but wonderful for the apply and go.
Not worth it
These things have been awesome in the past the last one I bought a couple of years ago did not work so i said that i would not buy another 1.... But I noticed my dog with fleas early this year and I figured what the heck maybe I got a bad one... Nope not the case I've had it for about 5 weeks now and my poor baby still has fleas... Even with giving a bath once a week... Yes I take it off and wait for her to drive before I put it back on... Sad to sell such a product that doesn't do anything for so much money..
Seresto flea collar
My dog has always had flea allergies. He could have one Flea on him and he would chew his hair out and make himself bleed. This was while trying flea drops and everything else. I finally tried Seresto and it has been the only thing to ever work for my dog. My problem is with this last collar and the one before, they don't seem to work very well anymore. I am wondering if the Seresto company has changed their formula in any way to cut corners like every other company is doing nowadays because I put his new collar on 2 weeks ago on April 19th and it's still not doing much for him. It is very discouraging.
Dogs still had fleas
We've been using Seresto collars for over a year with no issues, but after a mild winter (even for south GA) the collars did not keep the fleas off our dogs. I purchased brand new ones and after 2 weeks the dogs were covered in fleas. I had to go to the vet and buy chewable flea preventative - which was not cheap, especially after just paid for the Seresto collars. Maybe they would work better in a colder climate, but we will not be getting them again. Not sure what I'll do with the extra one I have (we have 3 dogs, so we bought 2 2-packs and thus have one left over)
Don’t use- would give 0 starts if I could
About a week after using this product, one of my dogs started doing this weird thing with her tongue. After reading reviews for the collars, I took it off and gave her a bath. She isn’t doing it as much; however, from other reviews can take several days to get out of their system. Simply not worth the small savings. I’m going back to Brevecto. I never had these problems with that brand. The Soresto collar has ALOT of really bad reviews that I SHOULD have read into before I put on my dog!
We love the Seresto collars! It's worth the cost and then some. The one thing I would like to see happen is to make the collar easy to remove and/or adjust. The way the collar is currently designed, it tends to be very cumbersome and difficult to adjust. They should make it more like a traditional collar where it works just like a belt. Other than that, there's nothing else that comes close! We're true through and through team Seresto!
I wanted tick and flea protection as it's getting warmer, we hike frequently, and he visits with other dogs who occasionally have fleas. My dog(Tater) has not had any fleas before the collar, but we have found ticks crawling(not attached) after hiking. This collar was recommended to me by our breeder and our vet. I read the instructions in the container, applied the collar, made it snug, clipped the excess and applied the reflectors. He scratched off one of the reflectors almost immediately, the other two have stayed put. I have yet to notice any fleas on him, but found a tick attached under his neck/muzzle area after a little over a week of wearing the collar. I do daily tick checks, since we hike frequently. I'm curious to see if I find anymore attached so close to the collar. I was really hoping this would prevent them from tick bites.
Seresto is a huge win!
This collar was a game changer for us. Nothing was working for ticks and fleas 7 years ago in Eastern North Carolina. We tried this, on the advice of our veterinarian, and haven't looked back. We moved to North Florida 5 years ago and as long as I replace them every Spring,we have no issues. I don't have to worry about dumping 30 days of chemicals into my dogs system, orally or topically, all at once. Seresto is a slow release, low dose, collar.