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Dog Flea Treatments Kill Cats — 7 Comments

  1. I know what you mean Ruth,always put the new stock at the back is the golden rule but I’ve worked with people who don’t do that and the old stuff at the back goes out of date by it comes to the front.
    I shudder to think of cats being treated with dog stuff too,I bet most of those same people are very careful about their own medication being only for them.

  2. Good one Michael, a very important message you’ve rightfully written boldly.
    I would only add that using out of date flea treatments is very dangerous too, cats have died because people haven’t checked the expiry date. Maybe they bought a pack of treatments and didn’t realise how long they’d been in the cupboard, but also even buying flea treatments from a vet everyone should check the expiry date at home before using it as mistakes can happen, new stuff can get pushed behind the old by a careless person.
    You can’t be too careful.

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