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Don't Add Flea Collars In Your Vacuum

I've been doing more dog research on the internet, and have found out a couple of things. Long ago, I told people on ThriftyFun that they could cut a dog flea collar in quarters and put one quarter in a vacuum cleaner bag at a time, sealing the other three pieces into a freezer bag, and putting them in the freezer, until needed. (my vet told me this) Somewhere on the internet, I just read that this should not be done because of fumes.

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God Bless All of Us. We really have to be watchful and careful of what we do. Some people might be fine with a quarter piece of flea collar in a certain type vacuum cleaner, and others of us may have problems with it.

Also, don't put moth balls in a vacuum cleaner bag because of fumes.

We should be careful of ourselves and our pets.

By Carol Rodriguez from South Bend, IN

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February 10, 20100 found this helpful

If the fumes from a flea collar were enough to bother us, then why would we ever put them on our pets? I like the idea of putting pieces of one in the vacuum and plan to start doing that.

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April 27, 20120 found this helpful

The piece of flea collar in vacuum cleaner bag kills the fleas you vacuum up! I use all natural collars from Natural Pet & love the scent! Doesn't bother the critters, either!

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