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Nathan Harder
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Flies

What can you do about flies biting on your dog? He has several bumps on his hind legs that Iím guessing are flies. Pretty sure it is not parasitic. He is on nexguard for fleas and ticks in an above ground kennel.

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Swat clear or roll-on fly repellent. This is what I'm using. Found it in horse supplies at farm store. Labeled for horses ponies and dogs. Having real good results with it. Roll on is easiest to use. Each ear and down center of back.

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