I have two 45-50 lb dogs and I buy this kit and evenly split the dosage so we get more for our money. It certainly keeps the ticks and fleas off and we're grateful! The only issue is the wet spot it leaves for the day, which is annoying when you accidentally touch it.
Though these may not be the highest quality, my dogs love them and find them to be a very special treat. I usually give them when we're on the way out somewhere and it definitely softens the blow of us leaving them home.
Miller Light is and always will be a staple of American colleges and universities, when celebrating in style*. (*Many college students do purchase even cheaper beer than this-Nattie Ice, BEAST, etc. but that's because they are really going for quantity over quality.) Miller Lite (followed by Coors, All the Buds etc) are the only "college" beers that adults drink as well- because it is good for what it is. It is not craft beer, by any means, but someone who is reaching for a Miller Lite should not be expecting the complexities of a craft beer. This is a mass produced, simple, but well produced light beer that bridges age gaps and sits at a comfortable price point.
Like I said in the title, I enjoy the Barefoot brand very much but find this particular type of wine a bit too sweet for my liking. For someone who only used to drink Rieslings, that is telling you something! I think this would be a good wine choice for a spritzer or a punch.