Pet Armor Plus IGR For Dogs Fleas and Ticks! ~Product Review~
PetArmor Plus, Dog, 4-22 lb. Average rating: 4.2866 out of 5 stars, based on 164 reviews164ratings. 2-Day Shipping. PetArmor Plus For Dogs 45-88 lbs - 3 CT.
That being said, if your dog is on PetArmor Plus ® and doing well – especially if he has been on it for some time – then there is really no reason to make any change based on this review, or the 2012 class action lawsuit.
Just applied PetArmor about 3hrs ago to the puppy we adopted from the shelter. She’s not infested, but has enough fleas to know they are there. I have already seen fleas coming to the top of her coat, not sure it is killing them though since when we see them we try to kill them ourselves just to make sure. So not sure of effectiveness yet, but will see. As far as price we bought it from Dollar General after refusing to pay what the other store I went to wanted for Frontline. I don’t know about other stores, but with the ones I went to it was about 1/8 the price of Frontline. With that said I really hope it does work and I am going to at least give it a good try. If I haven’t seen that it is really working by the time we can give her a bath after her spaying surgery I will give her a flea bath and later find FrontLine as cheap as I can. I see all the comments about comparing to Frontline and I think what a lot of people are doing is comparing it to FrontlinePlus, which is not the same as Frontline either. The PetArmor states on the box , if you read the fine print, that it is made by the same company that makes Frontline so they are benefiting no matter which one you buy so they have no real reason for false advertising. What I think is really going on is that when they developed FrontlinePlus they probably started marketing the original Frontline as PetArmor that way they are doubling their source of income. Anyway if the price your paying is as low as what I paid ,what is it going to hurt to give it a try and a real review instead of running other people down for their honest opinion which is what you came here for after all, at least that is what I came here for.
We have two dogs and so far, no fleas..and no ticks
I've been using this with my cats for about 2 years
I was sent to review with our dog a free sample of PetArmor® Plus IGR for Dogs Flea and Tick Topical. It helps to kills adult fleas, flea eggs, ticks and even chewing lice. Although I am also being compensated for my participation the opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.I tried Pet Armor Plus last summer after reading such good reviews from people about the plain pet armor (not pet armor plus). I always used frontline but was trying to save a bit of money. I bought a package for my small dog and my large dog. It had such a horrible chemical smell, I actually felt bad and the smell was so strong to me I couldn’t imagine how strong it must have been to them. I felt awful about it and ended up not using the other two applications in each package. I looked it up online and found a lot of similar complaints about the pet armor plus – just wondering if anyone else had experienced that? Maybe they have changed something and it no longer gibes off such a strong smell? I would give it a try again if I knew it wasn’t going to smell so strong.To this point 10 million dollars worth of PetArmor plus has been sold. The product was previously available over the counter at Wal-Mart, Sam’s and PetSmart stores.