Good flea collars for dogs include the Adams Plus Flea and Tick Collar, the VetKem PowerBand Flea and Tick Collar, the Biospot Flea and Tick Collar, the Preventic Plus Flea and Tick Collar, the Preventef-D Flea and Tick ... More »

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Flea collars cause seizures, diarrhea and vomiting in some dogs as they respond to the toxins on the surface of the collars, states the Washington Post. While not every dog has this reaction, it is a common phenomenon wh... More »

There are many prescription and non-prescription treatments to kill fleas on dogs. Prescription treatments, such as oral tablets and topical medications, kill fleas and ticks for up to one month. Certain treatments targe... More »

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Hot spots are treated with a combination of anti-inflammatory drugs, antibiotics, pain medications and Elizabethan collars to prevent further damage to the skin. They are moist skin lesions that develop when a dog scratc... More »

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Homemade flea sprays often include ingredients such as vinegar or lemon, which fleas find unappealing. These ingredients are usually mixed with water to dilute them slightly so the scent is not overpowering. More »

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Among the top-rated GPS dog tracking collars include the Garmin GTU 10, the Tagg GPS Tracker and the RomEO. The prices of GPS-based dog tracking collars can cost between $100 to $800 as of 2015 and the devices come in a ... More »

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Flea collars cause seizures, diarrhea and vomiting in some dogs as they respond to the toxins on the surface of the collars, states the Washington Post. While not every dog has this reaction, it is a common phenomenon wh... More »