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My cats have developed bald patch after usage of this product & it has no effect of fleas. Please do not buy this..its a harmful product
My cat developed a bald patch on the area where I applied Bob Martin spot on. At first it was red and irritated and when the irritation settled down, the fur did not grow back. It had no effect on the fleas. I bought a proper spot on from the vets instead.
After application on the cat's neck has fallen hair this product is bad for the skin and cat hair is not recommended
Used it on my cat, but there are still occasional ticks. The price is ok
I can only give it 3 stars. I think it works well against fleas because our cats don't have any. But it doesn't help with ticks. 2 days after application my cat already had a tick. Shame.
We've used this natural spot on our cat for about a year now and since then we haven't found a single flea or tick on her. A great alternative to other spot ons!
This does absolutely nothing apart from irritate your cats skin. I have used it four times now, exactly 4 weeks apart Three days ago I put it on both cats and today I watched as three fleas wandered directly over the area and buried themselves in the fur on the other side of the patch where I put it. NEVER AGAIN !!!
I googled to check if it was suitable for Guineas and it is! My piggy had mites and I wanted to save her from a trip to the vets. 1 bottle on the back of the neck worked great. Perfect!
It's the first time in years that we've had a flea infestation. I immediately ordered this product because its insecticide free! The house is on lockdown and has been thoroughly cleaned. Already on day 3 and the cat's haven't had any negative reactions and we haven't seen any fleas.
We've used this on all 3 of our outdoor cats for 1 1/2 years. You can immediately tell when the 4 weeks are up and you need to reapply because they start getting fleas and ticks again! We haven't had a problem with application, it just needs to be applied where your cat can't get to it. Also it needs to be put directly on the skin, not ON the fur.
works ok on our 6 cats but not 100% effective
I have 2 outdoor cats who had their first ticks 3 weeks ago. Since using Bob Martin they've been tick-free!
I've reordered this for the 2nd time because I think it works really well. After Frontline stopped working for me, I tried Bob Martin. The cat has a really shiny coat and it doesn't leave oily spots!
We've used this for 6 months on our free-roaming cats and I'm thrilled with the results. Out of the 3 cats only 1 had 2 ticks in the entire 6 months. And neither of them have had fleas. If applied correctly, so your cat can't lick it, it works great. It must be applied on the neck, between the shoulderblades. Great, especially for the price!
I've used this product for several years and all my pets are completely happy. I've tried lots of Bob Martin products and they do what they promise and without the use of chemicals, which is very important for me.
I think this product should have pictures to show the correct application. It needs to be applied very high on the neck (almost ear height) to prevent your cat from licking and ingesting it. It's important that it comes in contact with the skin and not just wets the fur. I used Bob Martin for both my cats and dogs. It is absolutely poison-free and unbeatable!
Finally a flea and tick repellent that works without using insecticides! I've been using it on our cats for 3 weeks and haven't found a single flea or tick! Some people says it thins their cat's fur, but I think my cat's fur has become even more thick and glossy!