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67 reviews | 3.7 out of 5
Saw this at walmart and thought I would give it a try because it was much more affordable than the other flea and tick options. used it on my 60lb pitbull who seems to get fleas all the time because we live by the beach, and worked great. no reactions, the smell was not overpowering and its been a week and no fleas, no ticks. i'd recommend.
My 60 pound Lab/ Shiba Inu mix is a rescue dog and when we adopted him I was told he had a virus that affected his skin. It makes it really sensitive so I have to be careful what kind of shampoos and products I use on him. I wanted him to be protected from fleas but didn't want to risk him having an allergic reaction. I tried Vet Guard plus because I saw a review online that someone used it on their medium sized dog that had skin issues. I read the directions, applied a tiny test amount first and left it for an hour to make sure that he wasn't reactive to it. He was just fine! Thanks VetIQ!
I bought this for my black lab and after putting it on her on Fri she had as many fleas on Sunday!!!
I am going to us this instead Just mix 1 cup Dish Soap, 1 cup white vinegar, and 1 quart warm water and applying to your pet. Let sit 5 minutes and the fleas should all wash away! It is cheaper and has to do a better job then Vet Guard.
We purchased one box Vetguard Plus for dogs (5-15 lbs) and one Vetguard for dogs (16-33 lbs). Both dog scratched for days after applying. The other more expensive brand did not cause them to scratch at all. Additionally, two of the six application bottles from the (5-15 lb) were completely empty when we opened them. Not a very good value for your money when you don't get all the product. Would not recommend to anyone.
I used this one my 3 dogs! Did not work at all! Complete waste of money! My dogs are itching more now then they were before. I am now using a flea powder until I can apply another product to them!
I've tried a lot of them...all natural products and I found this one and decided to try it because the price is good...lula hasn't had any fleas for 6 weeks;).
I have 2 German Shepherd mixes/rescue dogs in the land where the mosquito is jokingly the state bird. I was happy to find a great product that works on fleas, ticks AND mosquitoes too. Less itching means my babies are happy, so I'm happy! Recommend you pick up your vetGuard plus for dogs today!
My lab Maggie has always had some issues with fleas and ticks since we live up north. If you're looking for a flea and tick medicine that works great and is affordable, then VetGuard Plus is your best bet. Maggie is happier than ever and as her parent it relieves me to see my dog flea and tick free. Highly recommend.
We have no more itching from those pesky fleas and other bugs. With all the mosquito-borne things going around now, it is great to find something that works and keeps my dog healthy. No more scratching in the middle of the night !
I dont know whats wrong but both my dogs are itching from this stuff, i'm getting worried I think I am heading to walmart to get my money back
I have a Lab mix and have tried every dip known to man for ticks - Frontline Spray, Frontline Drops and Advantage. None worked like Vet Guard. From picking 2 dozen ticks to NO ticks within 2 days. It's been 3 weeks and my dog is still tick free. Love this stuff and its price.
We have a English Springer Spaniel and just got the vetGuard Plus a couple days ago. It seems to be working great so far! We have already noticed a significant decrease in fleas and they are not scratching as much. We have tried many other products in the past and have not found one that works as well or as fast as vetGuard does. Extremely affordable, easy to apply and doesn't smell bad at all.
You can get the most amazing things at Walmart! Like this product! I saw this at the store, but couldnt believe that a good product could cost so much less than other brands. I did a little product-sleuthing online before i bought it, and found that Vet Guard Plus kills and repels the same bugs , that the other pricey brands do. This is a kind of no-brainer. Good quality at a good price is where its at.
Applied to 3 different dogs. It irritated their backs. Never again!
I treated both of my pitbulls last night after they got a flea infestation from a visit from my dads dog. I liked the price and how simple it was to apply. There seems to be less itching so well see how long it lasts
I haven't seen a single side effect from my pup. She is a 16 year old border collie and she has been acting normal since I applied Vetguard. I'm really glad I don't have to pay nearly twice the amount for the big brands because this works just fine. And if it works, then why pay more for a big brand?
I have always purchased Frontline for our dog, which is very expensive. I saw this product at a much lower price. The description matches many of the higher priced options so I thought we would give it a try. Our dog is a house dog and spends limited time outdoors making it a safer bet. I will revisit after I have several months of using the Vet Guard if my opinions or ratings have changed.
I used this on my shi tzu, and a week later there was still fleas, and I spray, wash everything, and bathed her prior to treatment because I am ocd when it comes to fleas. I used the second tube 8 days later, and still wasn't making noticible improvement. Sorry VetGaurd, Going back to Sentry or frontline plus.
My dog had gotten fleas from one of his playmates. My poor baby was miserable. Within a day of putting Vet Guard plus on him he quit itching. I gave him the full four month treatment and that was over about 3 weeks ago, and he is still flea free. Thank you for making such an affordable product that actually works!
I applied this product to my dog 10 days ago & waited to see if it work & didn't notice any changes. I wouldn't recommend it.