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I don't think he got all of it Sparkling, he's got a dense coat too so I have to use a tail comb to seperate it.I held him still for as long as I could saying "don't shake, don't shake". He shook it like a Polaroid picture.
I am struggling with Advocate. I find it hard to get it onto the cat's skin. She is a short hair but seems to have a double coat.
"Profender" is a good wormer and is a spot-on. Slightly easier than trying to shove a pill down his throat and does tape worms and round worms. Makes life a lot easier. .Found at your friendly vet.
I dressed it up as having his advocate drops but he knows a murder attempt when he sees one and has sulked with me.I think I might just stronghold him next year.What's an effective wormer that isn't milbemax?
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