Aristopet Flea & Tick Spray + Insect Growth Regulator Dogs & Cats

AAristopet Flea & Tick Spray + Insect Growth Regulator Dogs & Cats is a versatile solution suitable for both your furry friends. This easy-to-use spray helps protect pets of all sizes and weights from fleas and ticks. Ensuring a happy, pest-free life.

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Aristopet Flea & Tick Spray + Insect Growth Regulator Dogs & Cats

Say farewell to fleas and brown ticks in your beloved dogs and cats with Aristopet Flea and Tick IGR Spray. Our easy-to-use spray bottle offers highly effective flea and brown dog tick control. Plus, it's perfect for disinfecting infested environments, such as pet bedding, kennels, cages, and accessories around your home. With the added Insect Growth Regulator, it inhibits insect larvae development for up to 6 weeks.

Key Benefits:

  • Gentle spray suitable for dogs and cats of all ages.
  • Contains natural pyrethrins for effective flea and tick control.
  • Provides up to 7 days of protection.
  • Includes Insect Growth Regulator to prevent eggs and larvae for 6 weeks.
  • Easy application with a convenient spray bottle.
  • Safe for puppies and kittens.
  • Complements existing flea and tick medications.
  • Available in 250ml and 500ml bottles.

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Animal Type Cat, Dog
Breed Size 0-22lbs, 23-44lbs, 45-88lbs, 89lbs Plus
Brand Aristopet
Ingredients
  • 6.0g/L N-Octyl Bicycloheptene Dicarboximide
  • 4.0g/L RS-Methoprene
  • 3.6g/L Piperonyl Butoxide
  • 1.8g/L Pyrethrins
Directions for use

How to Use:

  • Maintain a 15-20cm distance from your pet's eyes, mouth, and genitals.
  • Fluff the hair for better penetration, then spray from tail to head.
  • Slightly dampen the hair and skin.
  • Repeat as needed.
  • For cats and kittens, wait 5 minutes, then rub with a damp cloth to remove excess spray.

Note: Pyrethrin sprays may cause dribbling and unsteady gait in cats. If this occurs, wipe off excess and consult a veterinarian.