Flea Away™ is a vitamin complex, specifically formulated for dogs and cats. Flavored with real liver -- your pet will love them!
Flea Away Vitamins
Does your dog have an allergy to flea bites? Do you dread flea season and feeding your dogs the pills and topical liquids that kill fleas? Does your dog suffer from persistent itching? Then try this alternative flea solution
What Our Top Dog Says About Flea Away Vitamins:
When Flea Away™ vitamins in your pet's system, the vitamins will cause your pet to develop a natural repellent for fleas, ticks and mosquitoes -- including the mosquito that carries the deadly West Nile virus.
What makes Flea Away™ different from alternate flea repellents is that fleas don't get on your dog or cat's skin and bite before finding chemicals and going away. This is critical for dogs or cats with a flea allergy because it’s the bite that triggers the reaction.
Fleas stay away from your pet because of the odor (undetected by humans), that your pet's skin gives off. With Flea Away™ the dog or cat's skin has a natural smell caused by the special safe mixture of vitamins that you and I cannot smell, but fleas do.
Here Are The Doggie Details:
- All Natural Repellant for fleas, ticks, & mosquitos
- No Toxic Chemicals or residue
- 100 tablets
- Serving Size 1 Chewable Tablet per day for dogs and cats under 50 pounds
- Serving Size 2 Chewable Tablets per day for dogs 50-100 pounds
- Serving Size 3 Chewable Tablets per day for dogs over 100 pounds
- Special safe mixture of vitamins
- Fleas are naturally repelled by the odor before biting your pet
- Helps dogs & cats with allergic reaction to flea bites because it repels the fleas before they bite them
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches
What My Top Dog Should Know About Flea Away:
Most dogs like the taste of Flea Away vitamins.
They like the real liver flavor and eat flea away™ as though it were a treat. We did occasionally come across some pets with much more defined taste. This was not a problem when we simply crushed the tablets and mixed them into the pet's regular food.
Or you can use the age old pill trick- wrap it in Laughing Cow cheese.
What Comes In The Doggie Bag:
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value:
- Thiamine 10mg 667%
- Vitamin E 60 IU 200%
- Niacin 40mg 200%
- Vitamin B6 4 mg 200%
- Folate 400 mcg 100%
- Vitamin B12 12 mcg 200%
- Calcium 200mg 20%
- Brewers Yeast **
- Liver Powder **
- Collagen Powder **
**Daily Value (DV) not established.Other
Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silica, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate.
Will my pet like flea away?
Most pets we tested enjoy our product. They like the real liver flavor we added and eat flea away™ as though it were a treat. We did occasionally come across some pets with much more defined taste. This was not a problem when we simply crushed the tablets mixed them into the pet's regular food.
Does my pet need to take flea away™ every day?
In order to maintain the appropriate level of flea away™ in their systems, it is necessary to give your pet their suggested dosage every day.
Can my pet take flea away if he/she is on medication?
Flea away™ is as healthy as giving your pet vitamins. If your pet can safely take vitamins, then feel free to give flea away™ to your pet with confidence. If you have any questions or concerns, we recommend that you check with your veterinarian. Our first and foremost objective is to ensure and maintain your pet’s safety.
How long will my pet need to take flea away™ before any noticeable results?
On average, we found it takes less than 30 days time for
Your pet to build up the appropriate level to fight off
Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. However, since each pet is
Different, we conservatively recommend thirty days as a
Good time frame
Is flea away™ safe to give to my pet while she is nursing?
Yes. Flea away™ is safe for both the nursing mother and her litter.
Can my pet overdose?
Flea away™ is made to fda human standards and is essentially water soluble vitamins. If your pet accidentally consumes more than the recommended dosage, the product will simply pass through your pet’s system by drinking water he or she drinks. Of course, if you are concerned, you should contact your veterinarian.