Sergeants Silver Flea Medicine

On March 16 at 2 am my husband woke me tell me one of our chiquahau dogs were sick and not acting right,I called the emergency vet and they asked me some questions,I told them I had put sergeants silver flea medicine on him early that evening,she told me to bath him in dawn dish soap and come immediately,he was drooling and foaming at the mouth,throwing his head from side to side,and running from room to room rolling,,Rusty is 10 months old and is approx 8 lbs,when I got him to the vets at at 2;30 am they took him right in and gave him a shot pf percoset,they said if we would waited till morning to take him to our vet we would of lost him,,we had to bath our  other 3 immediately also,,,Rusty is fine now with no side effects,,I am telling anyone out there DO NOT use this product,they said frontline or advantage is best even if it is more expensive…

2 thoughts on “Sergeants Silver Flea Medicine”

  1. Percocet did not “save” your dog. It’s a pain medication. A muscle relaxant or sedative might help IF Not CONTRAINDICATED (only as a supportive effort, NOT a CURE). Flea meds are pesticides (nerve toxins). Atropine might help. Since, it is used as an antidote for pesticide poisoning in farmers. Certain Hartz Flea products were BANNED , but the Law Allows the merchant to sell off their remaining stock that is still on the shelves, DESPITE KNOWING IT KILLS CATS & DOGS !!!! Call the FDA, EPA, and Poison Control Center….

  2. i put sergeant’s fleaand tick squeeze on my 3 year old chow; he acted disoriented and ran from place to place and kept biting at his behind. i washed the medicine off with dawn dishwashing liquid and he seems to be doing fine. i think it should be against the law for hartz to continue selling this product.

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