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Pet Pride No Flea Water Additive

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Probably my first topic here in many years.


We were at a feed store today and saw This Product


Anyone ever heard of it or tried it?


"Green since 1979"

"Specially formulated for the chemically sensitive"

We are the manufactures of PET PRIDE NO FLEA and is without

a doubt the finest and safest way for long term control of fleas

and ticks on your pets.


This is not an insecticide or poison. It is a repellent. No Flea is

fortified with a high concentration of multiple vitamins,

minerals, enzymes, and amino acids to supplement your pet

diet, while also providing a safe barrier against fleas and ticks.


No Flea works through the blood stream causing your pet's

blood and skin to become offensive to fleas and ticks, but not



DIRECTIONS: Shake well. Add one tablespoon of No Flea to one

quart of your pet's drinking water. Use each time you give your

pet fresh water.


For small caged animals, mix a quart at a time and use as

needed, or you may just add a few drops of No Flea to the

water bottle.


If desired, No Flea may be added to your pet's food as you

prepare it, rather than its water.

Keeping your home safe & toxic free!


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A comment on this horse message board reports the label does not list the ingredients. But no comment on usage. here


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Edited by macoduck


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Guest kydie

Can not speak for "this" product, but garlic has long been used orally as a flea repellent, for years many dog catalogs sold garlic pills to add to the dogs diet. :)

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Guest greyt2love

Have never used it, but anxious to see replies if anyone has. I would so love to be able to use something more natural and avoid the chemicals !

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The garlic thing is a myth. Doesn't repel or kill fleas.

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We use Program. It's not an insecticide and is supposed to be very safe for dogs. Certainly after years of use on many dogs, we've never encountered a problem. Novartis who makes it provides this information.


Have never used the injectable, probably wouldn't, only the monthly tablets.


One consideration - we don't have much of a tick problem here - Program is effective against fleas but not ticks.


Finally, as a sidebar, we use Interceptor for heartworm. The active ingredient is relatively safe compared with others, and also deals with a number of intestinal parasites. Novartis makes a combined product (Program + Interceptor) which I believe is called Sentinel, but I prefer to give them separately, two weeks apart just as a precaution (not to overload the system).

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