Minocqua, Wisconsin
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We applied Vetra 3D to our 13 year-old lab on Aug 20, 2014. The morning of Aug 21 we noticed our dog was trying to scratch and *** his neck and back.

On Aug 23 we had our groomer give our dog a bath at which time the groomer noticed our dog has a very dark red rash going from his neck to his tail. We would barely tough him and he would start his "puppy kick" to scratch the area we were touching. This situation continued to worsen. We subsequently took our dog to the Vet for an exam.

Our dog was prescribed cephalexin 500mg (56 capsules). This medication did not solve the itching problem. We once again took our dog to the Vet for a follow-up exam. The rash was still present and his skin very sensitive.

At this visit our dog was prescribed prednisolone (20 tablets) which he will take for the next few weeks as well as medicated baths each week to hopefully resolve the rash and itching. Vetra 3D was the only different item in our dog's environment in the last six months; therefore, we believe Vetra is what caused the rash and severe itching our dog has suffered with for the last two months.

Hopefully the current regiment of treatment will cure his ailment. We DO NOT recommend anyone use this product for their dogs flea and tick preventative.

Review about: Ceva Animal Health Flea Control.

Reason of review: Dog's medical issues.

Monetary Loss: $400.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I liked: Nothing about the product.

I didn't like: Adverse reaction to use.

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I noticed on a drug website that the product is not recommended for aged dogs (older), as well as dogs not at peak health or nursing. The 3D product definitely seems to have some issues.

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