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ProMeris For Medium Dogs 22 - 55 Pounds 6 Pack USA Version / EPA Registered

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Product Description

ProMeris Flea & Tick Protection For Dogs ProMeris® for dogs is a waterproof, topical spot-on product used for the control of existing flea and tick infestations and also the prevention of re-infestations on dogs and puppies over the age of 8 weeks. ProMeris contains metaflumizone as well as amitraz. This provides a broad spectrum for the control of fleas and ticks. A single monthly dose effectively stops and controls flea and tick infestations and prevents flea re-infestations. Research shows fleas are readily susceptible to metaflumizone and amitraz is a proven tick controller. Benefits: ProMeris kills the fleas that may cause flea allergy dermatitis ProMeris kills the ticks that may transmit Lyme disease, canine ehrlichiosis, or Rocky Mountain spotted fever ProMeris provides waterproof protection. (Do not dose 3 days before to 3 days after bathing as bathing washes away the oils in the skin that are essential in the absorption process) ProMeris comes in easy to use individual monthly applicators ProMeris is gentle enough to be used on dogs and puppies over the age of 8 weeks. ProMeris works on indoor and outdoor dogs.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B002ZP6QTW
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,679 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mark S. Delano on February 10, 2010
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We use this productfor our rescued pit bull who had Mange so bad that she had NO hair at all. Promeris has helpe her regain hair growth and maintain the regrown hair. Good product for her medical condition.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. R. Landi on November 7, 2010
We've been waging war on fleas for the past several months. I've spent considerable time and money trying to beat the odds and keep my four dogs from being eaten alive. Tried Frontline PLUS twice, and both times I saw fleas reinfest within a week. Advantix seemed ineffective altogether, as I never did see an absence of the fleas upon inspection.
I tried ProMeris cautiously after seeing some "scary" reviews online. I administered the correct dosages to all four of my dogs (large pit bull, lab/beagle mix, havanese and a pekingese) and monitored all of them.
Within 4 hours, I noted far less scratching/biting, was unable to locate any living fleas upon inspection, and did not note ANY lethargy, vomiting or other adverse reactions from any of the four dogs. So far, ProMeris appears to be more effective the Frontline, and faster acting. The longevity of the repellant remains to be seen; but I will update with that information.

I'm inclined to believe certain breeds may be sensitive to ProMeris (as with any of the others) and user error likely results in the animal ingesting the product through self-grooming.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Nomad on September 28, 2010
I belong to a Yahoo dachshund group and this morning, 9/28/10, one of our members posted this message that she got from another dog site:

Subject: Promeris

Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2010, 11:21 AM

I wanted to share with the group something that happened to one of my
babies. I recently took one of my dogs to Fortpayne Alabama to a vet
there.
He is an hour from me but, I like the way he interacts with my dogs.
While
there, I decided to get some Frontline. He explained that he had
patients
unhappy with that product and began carrying Promeris. I hadn't heard
of
this product but felt he wouldn't carry it if there were problems.

I applied the product to seven of my dogs one afternoon. Everyone
appeared
to be fine however, Banjo(Shepherd/Collie X) vomited a bit of grass
but,
that wasn't alarming to me. I never left the house that night but was
upstairs in my office working. When I came down stairs Banjo wasn't at
the
hallway door where he always waited for me. I found him in my bedroom
laying
on his pillow his little head between his paws, his eyes staring. I
called
for him, no response. My boy was dead. I couldn't understand what
could have

happened to my baby? He was only 4 yrs old. Beautiful, healthy,
energetic
boy. It was a holiday weekend(Sept 3) so I called the crematorium to
see if
they would allow me to freeze him until I could get over the shock of
this
and figure out what I wanted to do. It suddenly hit me,the promeris? I
called my vet were I purchased this. He agreed that it was very
suspicious
and requested that I bring Banjo to him for an autopsy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Hawke on December 18, 2013
We had a litter with 8 pups, 7 of which developed demodectic mange to one degree or another. Most of them were treated with ivomec and their problems resolved in a few weeks to months. One was treated naturally and resolved in a couple months. A pup we had did not develop this problem until 4-5 months of age and it became STUBBORN. Natural treatments were useless. Our vet recommended this discontinued product which he held onto packets of because he said it was the ONLY effective and SAFE treatment for this type of stubborn demodex. I waited two months before using it because of the horrible frightening reviews. By that time the puppy had huge gaping, fire red bare patches over his one side and new ones developing. He was miserable and thin but still active. No matter how much he ate he never put on an ounce. IN desperation I applied the first packet of Promeris, carefully using only about 2/3 of the dose and rubbing it in gently with heavy latex gloves and a paper towel. The smell was atrocious. I work with essential oils and this is NOTHING like essential oil. I love VICKS and use it daily and this is NOTHING like Vicks. It will burn your eyes and nose. I immediately placed the puppy in his crate and put the other dogs out. I was waiting for the reactions described in all the literature and commentary by users. Two hours later I let him out, noting he had rolled in his bedding and rubbed some of this off in it. I immediately put it in a hot wash. The odor stayed for two days and we actually used fans to help diminish it the first day. Our puppy, which is of a bulldog breed, did not seem affected in ANY WAY. He ate normally, drank normally and played as normal. The only thing I noticed is that he urinated in his crate and vomited a couple times....Read more ›
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gabrina Garza on May 24, 2010
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We fostered a dog with noncontagious mange and this helped him heal without a chemical dip. It doesn't smell bad either when applied, which I was worried about, and no fleas or ticks either. Someone recommended it for dogs with mange and it did the job, though be prepared for it to take several months.
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