Exner Petguard Spray Treatment
With 5 cats ranging in age from 12-1years old we have tried countless flea remedies without success.
After one day of use we have seen a drastic improvement in the scratching and itching of our cats.
There was no difficulty applying the product,they seemed happy like when being groomed.
Slight smell but not disliked be me or my cats,after the product had dried the slow moving or dead fleas are easily removed, and all five cats fur coats are in pristine condition.Highly recommend this product.
Like it but no English on product at all
Why isn't there any English on the product or a separate sheet with details of the product usage etc...?
The Good, The Bad and the 'Ugly!!
GOOD - seems to do the trick of keep beasties at bay even through the fields, footpaths and woods.
BAD - After drying and brushing, it leaves the fur with a sort of sticky feel instead of the soft, fluffy fur usual at stroking.
UGLY - the smell is difficult to handle so I have now added a few drops of mint oil into it and, at least, it smells better in the spray - I've yet to see if it smells better on Dog - next time!
not sure how this works
Both my dogs have been scratching/biting and I have found a few fleas so decided to give them both a good spray, not sure how it works but I checked when they were dry still found the fleas but they were barely moving so easy to grab and squash so I guess they were dying and would have dropped off. So far very pleased with this spray
I bought this after reading the good reviews o try it for myself, since the spot-on I was using didn't seem to work very well on my cat. I used a little bit the first time and applied as adviced. Two days later I found two fleas on my cat, but it was strange cause they seemed to be struggling for some reason and they were visible, on the hair, not the skin. I could easily pick them off, so it made me wonder how this spray works exactly. He doesn't seem to be scratching himself a lot anyway, so I guess it does work somehow.