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Home Forums DIET & CARE Advice for first time Revolution buyer.

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    Adam
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    Well okay here goes. One question is, what can I put on my yard that is safe for the bunnies and actually works to keep fleas and ticks away, if anything?

    The main question is about revolution. I came to a site that gives you different dosages based on your pet’s weight. It gives the details of  how much active med is in each tube, and the 240mg tubes are easily the best value (I mean by orders of magnitude).  Is there any reason why I shouldn’t get those, and dose them the appropriate amount from that and save the rest?  I think it would only take 40mg per rabbit.

    Thanks


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    DanaNM
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    Hi Adam,

    It’s best to get the exact dosage from your vet. It can be hard to tell how much med is in the tube with the way they are designed, so usually you want to get the dosage where the amount in the tube is the amount you apply to the bun.

    In terms of fleas and ticks in the yard, not sure about that. I know diatomaceous earth (food grade) is safe to use around buns, but it isn’t very effective outside.


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