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Dr. Coger--Why I Don't Recommend Seresto Collars
« on: December 27, 2017, 05:34:01 PM »
If I am going to be truthful, it’s not that I don’t recommend them. I actively discourage the use of Seresto collars.

Many of you know I like to use the absolute minimum of chemicals on my dogs. And if I am not OK with something on my own dogs, I would never recommend it for my patients use. I’ve never been a fan of any kind of flea collar, even the all natural ones. It just doesn’t make sense to me to put something that gives off odors or chemicals so close to the nose of an animal whose sense of smell is so keen. Or where human hands are petting the dog and contacting whatever is in the collar.

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