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Does-comfortis-kill-ticks, comfortis is the first beef-flavored chewable that both kills fleas and prevents infestations in your dog or cat for a full 30 days. comfortis is safe for puppies and kittens as young as 14 weeks.. Comfortis acts quickly to treat fleas; after a dog eats a comfortis tablet, the drug kills adult fleas living on the dog within 30 minutes. comfortis can also be used to prevent dogs from getting fleas—after being ingested, the drug continues to keep dogs flea-free, comfortis® is a prescription-only, oral flea treatment for dogs & cats that starts killing fleas in 30 minutes and prevents flea infestations for a full month..

Comfortis is currently only advertised as being effective at killing fleas. however, it may also work against ticks, but the company is not allowed to advertise this until studies have been completed which prove its effectiveness., comfortis effective against ticks the other day i started a thread about tick treatment ideas after finding one on daisy. jimandjudy4321 suggested comfortis. i googled it and found the corporate website makes no mention of it being effective for tick control - just fleas.... one of my daughters is a vet tech and i asked her about it..

Favorite answer yes, it will kill ticks. comfortis is amazing because it kills fleas and ticks. comfortis is also a pill so you don't have to worry about it washing off of your dog when you bath..., comfortis is not approved as a preventative for fleas or ticks, it is a treatment that usually is used to kill existing fleas and ticks before applying a preventative. i was originally intended to.... They’re beef-flavored, chewable tablets you give to your dog or cat to kill fleas and prevent flea infestations for one month. comfortis chewable tablets are recommended for monthly use in cats 14 weeks of age or older and 4.1 pounds of body weight or greater, and in dogs 14 weeks of age or older and 5.0 pounds of body weight or greater., fleas are tiny pests with thin, flat bodies that make them extremely hard to detect and near impossible to kill. jumping from place to place, they live on our pets, irritating them with bites and causing intense scratching. what’s worse, once you spot one, more are sure to follow, leading to a future infestation..

13 ways to kill a tick 1. squishing. you've probably heard that squishing a tick is dangerous. you're right! if you squish or squeeze a tick that's actively feeding on you, the pressure can cause them to regurgitate their stomach contents into your open wound.. not only is this a gross thing to think about, but it will also increase your risk of blood-borne illnesses.