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> <a wrote:
> :Program is a pill you can give to your dogs and cats for flea "prevention".
> :I don’t know exactly how it works, but supposedly once a flea bites your
> :Program-treated pet the flea is rendered sterile so your environment is
> :gradually rid of fleas.
> Actually, it inhibits the production (in the dogs) of a chemical/hormone that
> the fleas need to reproduce. The problem is, the flea is NOT rendered sterile;
> it just doesn’t get the "reproduction chemical" it needs IF it feed off
> TREATED DOGS ONLY. It’s not a medication, or a poison, so it’s safe for
> most dogs (even Greyhounds, and finding stuff that’s OK for them is a PAIN
> because they don’t process toxins as quickly, so stuff that won’t affect
> most dogs can kill them in a matter of days)
> : but I do know someone who tried it on both her dogs for 5
> :months and it didn’t work.
> Yep, same here. The problem is confining the darn fleas to one area. Our
> dogs get walked every day, and there’s a lot of stray/loose dogs and cats that
> spread fleas around in our area, and the fleas on our dogs can just feed on
> another dog or cat that hasn’t been treated. OR they could just bite us
> (that happened a LOT, too). I have heard that there is a product called
> Torus that is manufactured by the same company that makes Program, and I
> believe that it *DOES*, in fact, render the fleas sterile, so that the
> flea control is *NOT* dependent on the flea feeding on just your dog.
> I don’t know what kind of adverse effects it may have; I believe it is
> an environment treatment instead of a "dog" treatment.
> I’ve heard many, many nice things about Torus. I can’t say for sure
> if it works for us, because we just found out about it recently (not in
> time for this past summer )-: ), but I have read many postings in the
> various r.p.d* groups that were positive postings about Torus.
> they do have a toll-free number; I believe it’s
> Good luck!
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