Get a FREE Sample of Vectra Flea and Tick Control and Help Shelter Pets in the Process

Here’s a freebie that also helps a good cause. Vectra is a newer flea and tick control product for your pet. It is only available from veterinarians.

The makers of Vectra have committed to providing up to 20,000 FREE doses of flea and tick control to shelters in need. For every free sample requested by a pet owner at firstdosefree.com/BHG, Vectra will supply a dose to a Rachael’s Rescue-approved (i.e., Rachael Ray) animal shelter.

You can choose whether you want a coupon for Vectra 3D (controls 6 carriers of disease), Vectra Cat & Kitten, or Vectra Dog & Puppy.

Make sure to pass this post along to other pet lovers so that they can get a free sample and help shelter pets in the process.  I just printed out my coupon for when I visit the vet in a couple of weeks.

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9 Responses to Get a FREE Sample of Vectra Flea and Tick Control and Help Shelter Pets in the Process

  1. Joanne cooper says:

    I just want to c wot treatment works best before purchasing any

  2. Rey McGuire says:

    I’ve been trying to get the fleas off of my dog for weeks now after bringing him inside for the winter. I’m giving him a bath at least once a week and I’m scared it’s drying out his skin. He seems to be itching immediately after he’s dried off from the bath. But even with the drops I’m buying out of the store, he’s still getting his fleas back within the next twenty four hours. I want to find something that’s actually going to work!! His itching is making me itch!!

    • JLLopez1006 says:

      Rey,

      So sorry to hear about your dog’s flea troubles. Do you live in a warm environment?

      We have had to clean fleas off strays that we have gotten and normally the bath works pretty good, especially if you leave it on for a few minutes every time. You are right in saying it could be drying out his skin, especially in winter.

      If the flea/tick preventative is not working, it definitely sounds like you need to try something new. I am currently using Sentry Natural Defense if you are looking for a more natural option. Otherwise I use BioSpot Defense, which was recommended to me by a trainer/Petsmart employee as a lower cost alternative to K9 Advantix that we used to buy (very expensive). The BioSpot tubes give you quite a bit of liquid (and has a cool reusable applicator), so if you have a bigger dog, it should cover. I can use it on at least 2 of my smaller dogs.

      That being said, my dogs have never gotten fleas even when exposed in the house to strays with fleas, but one dog has gotten ticks on 2 separate occasions.

      Best of luck getting rid of those fleas!

      Happy Holidays!

      –Jennifer

  3. I’m a pet owner with a cat. The over the counter methods just don’t work. I’d love to try your new product.

    • JLLopez1006 says:

      Candice,

      Thanks for writing.

      Sorry to hear that OTC flea/tick hasn’t worked for you. Hopefully this one works better.

      Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

      –Jennifer

  4. cody romero says:

    I would like to try out these products before hand, seems like a very good alternative to simple walmart or kroger brands.

  5. Would really love to try this out.

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