I have always used Frontline Plus Spot-on apart from the one time my Vet decided that Pereg should wear a Seresto collar. The least said about that, the better. But Tikva has a very short coat and it is difficult to get Frontline actually on her skin, and although she has only picked up three ticks [no doubt brought into the yard by stray dogs] which have been easy to remove as they were only nymphs and had not yet attached, I have now seen a couple of fleas on her. She has not been scratching and I have not seen any signs of fleas in her crate - but it seems obvious that spot-on treatment for such a short-coated dog is not the answer. Having spoken to Ram yesterday he has suggested two things - both against fleas and ticks and both being tablets. One is a monthly treatment, one lasts for three months. NEXGUARD [or NEXGARD] and the other BRAVECTO. I have looked both up and there does not appear to be any contra-indications or bad side effects on either, but so far I can not find any comments, pros or cons, from users. Has anyone heard of either of these products, and if so, can you please tell me what you think of them? Needless to say, after the disaster with Pereg and the Seresto collar, I am hesitant to try an unknown product on Tikva. Ram says they are both OK but then he also thought the Seresto collar was OK as it was not contra-indicated. But of course he was not using one on a seizure dog and these products are, so I believe, only recently approved by the Ministry of Agriculture for flea and tick preventatives. Any information would be gratefully received. Thank you.