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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019435/001.

Names and composition

"NIX" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PERMETHRIN.

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019435/001 NIX PERMETHRIN LOTION/TOPICAL 1%
019918/001 NIX PERMETHRIN LOTION/TOPICAL 1%

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019435/001 NIX PERMETHRIN LOTION/TOPICAL 1%
019855/001 ELIMITE PERMETHRIN CREAM/TOPICAL 5%
019918/001 NIX PERMETHRIN LOTION/TOPICAL 1%
074806/001 PERMETHRIN PERMETHRIN CREAM/TOPICAL 5%
075014/001 PERMETHRIN PERMETHRIN LOTION/TOPICAL 1%
076090/001 PERMETHRIN PERMETHRIN LOTION/TOPICAL 1%
076369/001 PERMETHRIN PERMETHRIN CREAM/TOPICAL 5%

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How do i get rid of head lice? Rid and nix do NOT work they keep coming back!! help?
THE HEAD LICE PRODUCTS THAT I BUY AT THE PHARMACY DO NOT WORK AND THEY KEEP COMING BACK! THE NITS DONT SEEM TO GO AND IT'S HARD TO THEM OFF!!! Asked by Rocco Perschall 1 year ago.

RID and NIX will work, but you have to follow the instructions meticulously. Once you have applied the solution to the hair, you let it sit for a few minutes. You then have to comb through every strand of hair pulling them off the hair. Honestly, it's best to use the comb to break them loose from the scalp and then use your fingernails to pull them the rest of the way off. You need to do this in very small sections. The process will take hours! Once you have done that, you need to wash and DRY all bed linens and even stuffed animals. You need to wash the coverings on your couch cushions and everything. The heat is what kills them. If there are stuffed animals that just take the beating of a machine wash and dry, tie them up in a plastic bag and sit them outside for up to 2 weeks. Eventually, the bugs will smother and die. Once that is all done, you will then have to wait one week and reapply the RID or NIX solution and do the process one more time. The solution (nor anything else) can kill the eggs. 1 week will give any left over eggs time to hatch so that you can catch the bugs. You may have to reapply one more time, but that should do the trick. Anyone can catch them, getting rid of them is the hard part. To help prevent them in the future, spray hair with hairspray a few times over the day. It's not fool proof, but it does help fend them off a little. Hope this helps. I feel for you truely! Answered by Chuck Bushong 1 year ago.

Nix Head Lice Answered by Mireya Bado 1 year ago.

Shaving your head is an overwhelmingly drastic solution and totally unnecessary. Adults and nymphs are only able to survive for 2-3 days off the host in optimal conditions. Under normal circumstances however this is more likely to be measured in hours rather than days as the adult louse is highly susceptible to dehydration and will quickly starve. Wash pillowcases and sheets as a precaution, but a nit that falls out attached to a hair needs the warmth of the scalp to hatch. Without this, it will simply die. The chances of it finding its way back to that scalp are zero. It is more important to make sure there is no live lice on the head than there is on the floor or furnishings. The bagging of items such as toys and personal belongings is a good idea, but there is absolutely no need to do this for weeks at a time. 48 hours is absolutely ample as the louse will be a shriveled skeleton without food or more importantly – hydration. Using pesticide bombs also unnecessarily expose your family to dangerous chemicals. Eggs can survive away from the host for up to 7 days but will not hatch without the warmth of a human host. With this in mind it is fairly obvious that compulsive cleaning is also unnecessary. No chemical head lice treatment is legally allowed to be labeled as 'safe' as every insecticide is a poison. Every pesticide preparation has the potential to do serious damage depending on the individual. Lindane for example is a known carcinogen and is now banned in 52 different countries. Yet it is still used in more than 6 million prescriptions in the US. Google 'Jesse's Story Head Lice' for more. All lice killing pesticides are a poison and have the potential to cause serious damage, even if used as directed. Ovide contains Malathion (or Maldison as it is know in NZ and Australia). This is a highly toxic derivative of nerve gas which works by disrupting the chemical reactions in the lice's (and our) nervous system. If a chemical lice treatment does not work once it is not going to work twice, in fact the lice that live will breed into a whole new batch that are resistant to that chemical. Read these articles and try to find a natural remedy containing Neem oil as this renders the lice unable to breed therefore making it impossible for them to build up a resistance. Good luck, we've been there. Answered by Andrew Metayer 1 year ago.

When my daughter kept bring home these pest from school what I did was clean her hair with a head lice product. I then went though her hair with a nit comb using sunlight (or other bright light) to get out what I could. If on your own just keep combing with it over and over. Then everyday for one week I used olive oil to coat her hair then covered with shower cap. What this did was kept the hair a bit greasy so if something was left it would have a hard time laying more eggs in her hair. I left it on for about a half hour then washed out as normal. It gave her hair a beautiful shine. This seemed to do the trick. If you find you hair is to greasy do it every other day. Also make sure you wash in hot water all pillows and blankets. Vacuum everything!! Even your car head rest and couch. I hope you are able to kick this in the butt. Answered by Tonda Twohey 1 year ago.

1. You have to treat the WHOLE house. Wash bedding in hottest water possible, dry on high heat in dryer. treat furniture with a lice killing spray ( walmart has a good off brand one ), bag up any toys or bedding for at least a week if not able to wash them. REPEAT this in 7 to 10 days. 2. Cheap mayonise applied generously in hair , put on a shower cap, and sleep in it. Wash out in morning, then comb out nits and dead lice in a.m. ( yes it's gross but it works) 3. Get some tea tree oil and mix a generous amount with a clarifying shampoo. Use daily. This is more of a preventive step, but it helps. Or mix tee tree oil with water in a spray bottle and spray on hair. You have to retreat everything in 7 to 10 days. Then again in 7 to 10 more days. Don't share combs, brushes, hats. etc. Your doctor can also write a rx for a prescription strength shampoo. Answered by Fernando Mcaloon 1 year ago.

You can listen to all those other answers and do everything that they tell you to do. That is fine, but you are still going to have them and have heck getting the nits out of the hair, I know and I promise you that! I have been down this road myself. What I am going to tell you will work on getting rid of the head lice and the nits!!! My daughter had hair down to the middle of her back and she got them from visiting her dads. I fought them for a long time until a friend told me how to get rid of them and it worked and it is CHEAP!!!! HOW TO GET RID OF HEAD LICE AND THE NITS!!!!!!!!!!! Ok, first you will need the following items: Vaseline Goop Hand Cleaner (not the gritty stuff..this is like for the laundry) Your favorite shampoo Your favorite conditioner Now, you do not have to cut any hair at all. First, use the vaseline and rub the scalpe very good with it, leave it in for about 10 to 15 minutes. This is what is killing the lice and it is also breaking up the "glue" that is holding the nits (eggs) on the hair shaft. Now after you have left the vaseline in for that amount of time, start working in the hand cleaner. This might take a lot as what you are doing at this point is breaking up the grease that is in the vaseline. When you think that the vaseline is broke down enough, shampoo the hair with your shampoo. Rinse the shampoo out of your hair. If you still feel the vaseline, put more hand cleaner in your hair and work it in really good and then shampoo your hair again. Repeat this process until you no longer feel the vaseline in your hair. Also while you are doing this, you are washing the dead lice out as well. Shampoo your hair for the last time and rinse out the shampoo and then use your conditioner. And then rinse that out as you would normally do. Now towel dry your hair, you can use a blow drier if you wish. But when you are dying your hair comb threw it with any comb or brush and the dead nits will fall out as the hair dries. Your head lice and nits are gone!! Now all you have to do it just treat your bedding and what have you. I am not making this up by no means, but like I said you can try all those other ones that everybody told you about and try this one last if you want, but once you do this, they are GONE!! Answered by Ilse Sienicki 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: How do i get rid of head lice? Rid and nix do NOT work they keep coming back!! help? THE HEAD LICE PRODUCTS THAT I BUY AT THE PHARMACY DO NOT WORK AND THEY KEEP COMING BACK! THE NITS DONT SEEM TO GO AND IT'S HARD TO THEM OFF!!! Answered by Pamelia Altobello 1 year ago.

I don't know of any other products you can use. But I know that you need to wash and sanitize like your entire house. Throw away any brushes used wash your sheets and stuff basically just do a real good cleaning otherwise your never going to get rid of them. It's probably that your missing some of the eggs when you get them out or there on something in your house not that the products don't work. Answered by Bao Provitt 1 year ago.

They're probably still in the house. You need to clean all the furniture with something that will kill lice. You also need to check the headrest on the auto seat, the pillows on the bed, etc. It's not just a matter of getting them off your body, you have to get them out of the entire house, or they'll get back on you. Answered by Raquel Villaplana 1 year ago.

You have to wash all the bedding, combs and brushes, etc. Make sure the product you purchase kills the lice AND the eggs, get a kit that comes with the spray, for those things that are difficult to launder/clean. Answered by Man Levitsky 1 year ago.


Can you use nix on cats?
my grandsons cat has fleas bad her hair is coming out can he use nix on her Asked by Armando Dadisman 1 year ago.

No, not at all. The main ingredient in Nix is Permethrin which is highly toxic to cats. If she has fleas so bad that she is loosing her hair, it sounds like a flea allergy to me and she needs to be seen by a veterinarian. At least, get the veterinarian grade flea products to treat her. I prefer Advantage because the odor is not as offensive and it does the trick for my cats. And please do not bath her in Dawn dish detergent. I know a lot of people recommend that, but just for a minute stop and think about it. Dawn is designed to cut grease off soiled dishes. The commercials they show using Dawn are the animals caught in the oil spills (plus it is greatly diluted in the pan of water). Unless she is covered in oil, Dawn or any dish detergent will be too harsh for her delicate skin and fur. And if she is loosing her fur from the fleas her skin will be even more sensitive. If you must bath her, use a baby shampoo or wash--and dilute that before applying to her skin/fur. Be sure to rinse her well to remove any residue of the shampoo/wash so she does not ingest anything as she is grooming herself. Since she has fleas so bad, the home will need to be treated also. I don't recommend the flea bombs. The will only kill the adult fleas or larve and put a nasty chemical residue on every surface in your home that will need to be cleaned so it is not toxic to your family and kitty. A lot of extra work for little effect because in as soon as a few days the flea cocoons will begin to hatch into the next generation of adult fleas. The flea life cycle is about 3 weeks long, so the least amount of time to rid your home of the fleas is 3-4 weeks and can be as long as 6 weeks for a bad infestation. The chemical free way to do it is to vacuum, vacuum, vacuum carpets, large rugs and upholstered furniture. Each time you vacuum, dispose of the collection in the outside trash (yes fleas can hatch in the vacuum canister or bag). Any small rugs, pet bedding, pillows, family bedding that can be machine washed should be washed twice a week in detergent and water temperature safe for the fabric. Any hard surfaces should be wiped daily. Kitty should be treated monthly with a vet quality product. These products will kill any live fleas on her within 24 hours. Another reason I recommend a vet quality product is for the safety of the kitty. Over the counter meds may cost less, but they use a synthetic formula of the medicine the vet products use. The synthetic formulas are highly toxic to cats. The mildest reaction is sickness, but can result in death. I can speak of this from first hand experience. Many years ago when I was a young kitty owner, I decided to get the OTC flea meds for my 5 cats. It made every one of them sick, one was hospitalized over night. So trying to save money cost me a fortune in vet bills -- and the cats still had fleas! Never again! Purrs to you, grandson and kitty. Answered by Mari Bensinger 1 year ago.

No. Cats are special creatures that can't have most types of human medication, including Nix. You might kill her with that. If her hair is falling out I might consider taking her to the veterinarian. That sounds like it might be painful and infected. She might have flea dermatitis, which can be painful. Fleas also cause a host of health problems, including anemia, tapeworms, and hemobartonella. The veterinarian might prescribe her antibiotics and/or pain medication. I wouldn't suggest giving her any human medications. Even the most common ones like asprin, tylenol, etc. can kill her. It sounds like she might also need to go on a flea medication. Use Frontline or Advantage on her. You can buy it at your veterinarian's office or in pet stores. Don't use the cheaper medications; I've seen too many cats brought in on an emergency from seizuring because of them. Flea collars don't work very well because they only kill the fleas on her neck. Advantage and Frontline absorb through her skin and secretes out through all the hair follicles of her body, protecting her entire body. Fleas can be frustrating for many reasons, including their life cycle. 95% of fleas are in the environment so if she's covered with fleas that means you're only seeing a small part of the infection. I would consider flea bombing your house, washing all her bedding, and vacuuming often until the problem is taken care of. Fleas can live for ~1 year in an environment too, with it being almost impossible to kill the eggs and pupae stages. She'll need to be on Frontline or Advantage for at least a year. I wish you luck and hope she feels better! Answered by Sudie Korinta 1 year ago.

No! www.veterinarypartners.com Answered by Clarita Peregrino 1 year ago.


How do i get rid of head lice? Rid and nix do NOT work they keep coming back!! help?
THE HEAD LICE PRODUCTS THAT I BUY AT THE PHARMACY DO NOT WORK AND THEY KEEP COMING BACK! THE NITS DONT SEEM TO GO AND IT'S HARD TO THEM OFF!!! Asked by Maricruz Zietlow 1 year ago.

RID and NIX will work, but you have to follow the instructions meticulously. Once you have applied the solution to the hair, you let it sit for a few minutes. You then have to comb through every strand of hair pulling them off the hair. Honestly, it's best to use the comb to break them loose from the scalp and then use your fingernails to pull them the rest of the way off. You need to do this in very small sections. The process will take hours! Once you have done that, you need to wash and DRY all bed linens and even stuffed animals. You need to wash the coverings on your couch cushions and everything. The heat is what kills them. If there are stuffed animals that just take the beating of a machine wash and dry, tie them up in a plastic bag and sit them outside for up to 2 weeks. Eventually, the bugs will smother and die. Once that is all done, you will then have to wait one week and reapply the RID or NIX solution and do the process one more time. The solution (nor anything else) can kill the eggs. 1 week will give any left over eggs time to hatch so that you can catch the bugs. You may have to reapply one more time, but that should do the trick. Anyone can catch them, getting rid of them is the hard part. To help prevent them in the future, spray hair with hairspray a few times over the day. It's not fool proof, but it does help fend them off a little. Hope this helps. I feel for you truely! Answered by Nicolle Kamler 1 year ago.

Nix Head Lice Answered by Aaron Gasquet 1 year ago.

Shaving your head is an overwhelmingly drastic solution and totally unnecessary. Adults and nymphs are only able to survive for 2-3 days off the host in optimal conditions. Under normal circumstances however this is more likely to be measured in hours rather than days as the adult louse is highly susceptible to dehydration and will quickly starve. Wash pillowcases and sheets as a precaution, but a nit that falls out attached to a hair needs the warmth of the scalp to hatch. Without this, it will simply die. The chances of it finding its way back to that scalp are zero. It is more important to make sure there is no live lice on the head than there is on the floor or furnishings. The bagging of items such as toys and personal belongings is a good idea, but there is absolutely no need to do this for weeks at a time. 48 hours is absolutely ample as the louse will be a shriveled skeleton without food or more importantly – hydration. Using pesticide bombs also unnecessarily expose your family to dangerous chemicals. Eggs can survive away from the host for up to 7 days but will not hatch without the warmth of a human host. With this in mind it is fairly obvious that compulsive cleaning is also unnecessary. No chemical head lice treatment is legally allowed to be labeled as 'safe' as every insecticide is a poison. Every pesticide preparation has the potential to do serious damage depending on the individual. Lindane for example is a known carcinogen and is now banned in 52 different countries. Yet it is still used in more than 6 million prescriptions in the US. Google 'Jesse's Story Head Lice' for more. All lice killing pesticides are a poison and have the potential to cause serious damage, even if used as directed. Ovide contains Malathion (or Maldison as it is know in NZ and Australia). This is a highly toxic derivative of nerve gas which works by disrupting the chemical reactions in the lice's (and our) nervous system. If a chemical lice treatment does not work once it is not going to work twice, in fact the lice that live will breed into a whole new batch that are resistant to that chemical. Read these articles and try to find a natural remedy containing Neem oil as this renders the lice unable to breed therefore making it impossible for them to build up a resistance. Good luck, we've been there. Answered by Corrie Neef 1 year ago.

When my daughter kept bring home these pest from school what I did was clean her hair with a head lice product. I then went though her hair with a nit comb using sunlight (or other bright light) to get out what I could. If on your own just keep combing with it over and over. Then everyday for one week I used olive oil to coat her hair then covered with shower cap. What this did was kept the hair a bit greasy so if something was left it would have a hard time laying more eggs in her hair. I left it on for about a half hour then washed out as normal. It gave her hair a beautiful shine. This seemed to do the trick. If you find you hair is to greasy do it every other day. Also make sure you wash in hot water all pillows and blankets. Vacuum everything!! Even your car head rest and couch. I hope you are able to kick this in the butt. Answered by Sherrie Fearon 1 year ago.

1. You have to treat the WHOLE house. Wash bedding in hottest water possible, dry on high heat in dryer. treat furniture with a lice killing spray ( walmart has a good off brand one ), bag up any toys or bedding for at least a week if not able to wash them. REPEAT this in 7 to 10 days. 2. Cheap mayonise applied generously in hair , put on a shower cap, and sleep in it. Wash out in morning, then comb out nits and dead lice in a.m. ( yes it's gross but it works) 3. Get some tea tree oil and mix a generous amount with a clarifying shampoo. Use daily. This is more of a preventive step, but it helps. Or mix tee tree oil with water in a spray bottle and spray on hair. You have to retreat everything in 7 to 10 days. Then again in 7 to 10 more days. Don't share combs, brushes, hats. etc. Your doctor can also write a rx for a prescription strength shampoo. Answered by Yael Scanlon 1 year ago.

You can listen to all those other answers and do everything that they tell you to do. That is fine, but you are still going to have them and have heck getting the nits out of the hair, I know and I promise you that! I have been down this road myself. What I am going to tell you will work on getting rid of the head lice and the nits!!! My daughter had hair down to the middle of her back and she got them from visiting her dads. I fought them for a long time until a friend told me how to get rid of them and it worked and it is CHEAP!!!! HOW TO GET RID OF HEAD LICE AND THE NITS!!!!!!!!!!! Ok, first you will need the following items: Vaseline Goop Hand Cleaner (not the gritty stuff..this is like for the laundry) Your favorite shampoo Your favorite conditioner Now, you do not have to cut any hair at all. First, use the vaseline and rub the scalpe very good with it, leave it in for about 10 to 15 minutes. This is what is killing the lice and it is also breaking up the "glue" that is holding the nits (eggs) on the hair shaft. Now after you have left the vaseline in for that amount of time, start working in the hand cleaner. This might take a lot as what you are doing at this point is breaking up the grease that is in the vaseline. When you think that the vaseline is broke down enough, shampoo the hair with your shampoo. Rinse the shampoo out of your hair. If you still feel the vaseline, put more hand cleaner in your hair and work it in really good and then shampoo your hair again. Repeat this process until you no longer feel the vaseline in your hair. Also while you are doing this, you are washing the dead lice out as well. Shampoo your hair for the last time and rinse out the shampoo and then use your conditioner. And then rinse that out as you would normally do. Now towel dry your hair, you can use a blow drier if you wish. But when you are dying your hair comb threw it with any comb or brush and the dead nits will fall out as the hair dries. Your head lice and nits are gone!! Now all you have to do it just treat your bedding and what have you. I am not making this up by no means, but like I said you can try all those other ones that everybody told you about and try this one last if you want, but once you do this, they are GONE!! Answered by Loren Caradonna 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: How do i get rid of head lice? Rid and nix do NOT work they keep coming back!! help? THE HEAD LICE PRODUCTS THAT I BUY AT THE PHARMACY DO NOT WORK AND THEY KEEP COMING BACK! THE NITS DONT SEEM TO GO AND IT'S HARD TO THEM OFF!!! Answered by Omar Camlin 1 year ago.

I don't know of any other products you can use. But I know that you need to wash and sanitize like your entire house. Throw away any brushes used wash your sheets and stuff basically just do a real good cleaning otherwise your never going to get rid of them. It's probably that your missing some of the eggs when you get them out or there on something in your house not that the products don't work. Answered by Mistie Colt 1 year ago.

They're probably still in the house. You need to clean all the furniture with something that will kill lice. You also need to check the headrest on the auto seat, the pillows on the bed, etc. It's not just a matter of getting them off your body, you have to get them out of the entire house, or they'll get back on you. Answered by Laura Rinnert 1 year ago.

You have to wash all the bedding, combs and brushes, etc. Make sure the product you purchase kills the lice AND the eggs, get a kit that comes with the spray, for those things that are difficult to launder/clean. Answered by Justina Farag 1 year ago.


Can you use nix on cats?
my grandsons cat has fleas bad her hair is coming out can he use nix on her Asked by Hester Fahrner 1 year ago.

No, not at all. The main ingredient in Nix is Permethrin which is highly toxic to cats. If she has fleas so bad that she is loosing her hair, it sounds like a flea allergy to me and she needs to be seen by a veterinarian. At least, get the veterinarian grade flea products to treat her. I prefer Advantage because the odor is not as offensive and it does the trick for my cats. And please do not bath her in Dawn dish detergent. I know a lot of people recommend that, but just for a minute stop and think about it. Dawn is designed to cut grease off soiled dishes. The commercials they show using Dawn are the animals caught in the oil spills (plus it is greatly diluted in the pan of water). Unless she is covered in oil, Dawn or any dish detergent will be too harsh for her delicate skin and fur. And if she is loosing her fur from the fleas her skin will be even more sensitive. If you must bath her, use a baby shampoo or wash--and dilute that before applying to her skin/fur. Be sure to rinse her well to remove any residue of the shampoo/wash so she does not ingest anything as she is grooming herself. Since she has fleas so bad, the home will need to be treated also. I don't recommend the flea bombs. The will only kill the adult fleas or larve and put a nasty chemical residue on every surface in your home that will need to be cleaned so it is not toxic to your family and kitty. A lot of extra work for little effect because in as soon as a few days the flea cocoons will begin to hatch into the next generation of adult fleas. The flea life cycle is about 3 weeks long, so the least amount of time to rid your home of the fleas is 3-4 weeks and can be as long as 6 weeks for a bad infestation. The chemical free way to do it is to vacuum, vacuum, vacuum carpets, large rugs and upholstered furniture. Each time you vacuum, dispose of the collection in the outside trash (yes fleas can hatch in the vacuum canister or bag). Any small rugs, pet bedding, pillows, family bedding that can be machine washed should be washed twice a week in detergent and water temperature safe for the fabric. Any hard surfaces should be wiped daily. Kitty should be treated monthly with a vet quality product. These products will kill any live fleas on her within 24 hours. Another reason I recommend a vet quality product is for the safety of the kitty. Over the counter meds may cost less, but they use a synthetic formula of the medicine the vet products use. The synthetic formulas are highly toxic to cats. The mildest reaction is sickness, but can result in death. I can speak of this from first hand experience. Many years ago when I was a young kitty owner, I decided to get the OTC flea meds for my 5 cats. It made every one of them sick, one was hospitalized over night. So trying to save money cost me a fortune in vet bills -- and the cats still had fleas! Never again! Purrs to you, grandson and kitty. Answered by Trinity Pokrzywa 1 year ago.

No. Cats are special creatures that can't have most types of human medication, including Nix. You might kill her with that. If her hair is falling out I might consider taking her to the veterinarian. That sounds like it might be painful and infected. She might have flea dermatitis, which can be painful. Fleas also cause a host of health problems, including anemia, tapeworms, and hemobartonella. The veterinarian might prescribe her antibiotics and/or pain medication. I wouldn't suggest giving her any human medications. Even the most common ones like asprin, tylenol, etc. can kill her. It sounds like she might also need to go on a flea medication. Use Frontline or Advantage on her. You can buy it at your veterinarian's office or in pet stores. Don't use the cheaper medications; I've seen too many cats brought in on an emergency from seizuring because of them. Flea collars don't work very well because they only kill the fleas on her neck. Advantage and Frontline absorb through her skin and secretes out through all the hair follicles of her body, protecting her entire body. Fleas can be frustrating for many reasons, including their life cycle. 95% of fleas are in the environment so if she's covered with fleas that means you're only seeing a small part of the infection. I would consider flea bombing your house, washing all her bedding, and vacuuming often until the problem is taken care of. Fleas can live for ~1 year in an environment too, with it being almost impossible to kill the eggs and pupae stages. She'll need to be on Frontline or Advantage for at least a year. I wish you luck and hope she feels better! Answered by Maximo Winward 1 year ago.

No! www.veterinarypartners.com Answered by Myrtie Campora 1 year ago.


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