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I ordered this product from Grady's because it was slightly cheaper than the other listed sellers. Big mistake! The product arrived on time and appeared to be the product I ordered. However, I first noticed something was wrong when the top of the bottle was taped shut with a strip of packing tape. I found this odd, as every other bottle I've ordered has had standard packaging that fixes the top to the bottle on its own. Next, when I opened it to use on my dog it was green and thin in consistency. As any Adams Flea Shampoo user knows, Adams is bright blue (like the bottle) and thick in consistency. To make matters worse, whatever shampoo or chemical they filled the Adams bottle with, caused an allergic reaction on my dog's skin. 3 months later, we are still trying to get his skin and coat back to normal. He's lost lumps of hair and developed lesions all over his skin. I will never order from them again! I wouldn't even give them a star if I could.
I have two Springer Spaniels, live in the East, and we frequent the woods behind our house every day. Ticks ARE a major problem. I have avoided the drop oriented anti-tick treatments because of the potential for liver and kidney problems. I heard about Bayer's new collar, and wanted to give it a try, in hopes it would be the easy, safe way to protect my dogs from the ticks.