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Dog Flea & Tick Control

Dog Flea & Tick Control

Many flea control products for dogs are available, either with a veterinarian's prescription or over the counter. Choosing a safe and effective one, on the other hand, might be difficult. Here's a list of available items, guides, and factors to think about before making a purchase.

Flea Collars

There are various types of flea collars available, and they are categorized based on the techniques employed to get rid of fleas and ticks.

  • The insecticidal variant employs a collar that kills several types of ticks and fleas.
  • Biological collars eliminate fleas from your pet's body by using herbs and essential oils.
  • Ultrasonic collars deploy ultrasonic waves to kill these pests.

Other things to consider may include:

  • A collar that is the proper size for your pet
  • Look for collars that are simple to use.
  • Check through reviews and experiences from other customers to determine the efficacy of the product.


Flea Control Shampoos

Look for products that contain aloe, lanolin, coconut extract, oatmeal, clove oil, lemongrass oil, tea tree oil, cedarwood oil, and cinnamon oil. Any combination of these natural ingredients is effective at repelling fleas and killing minor infestations on your dog.
You may also consider:

  • A mild shampoo that will remove allergies and debris from your pet's coat while also soothing the skin and restoring hydration.
  • A soap-free shampoo for sensitive skin that soothes, cleanses and controls irritation.
  • A flea shampoo with antifungal/antibacterial properties to help minimize skin irritation and smells.


Flea Drops

A flea drop is a medicinal solution that you apply to your dog's coat until it is completely saturated.

  • After a flea infestation has begun, apply flea drops to your dog's coat.
  • Use these products in well-ventilated locations as they contain pyrethrins, permethrins, and organophosphates.
  • Most flea drops should be left on your dog rather than washed off.


Flea Sprays

These products are typically available in aerosol and pump bottle varieties.
For the greatest results, use a spray containing both an adulticide and an insect growth regulator. This will assure the death of both adult fleas and their eggs.

  • Spray in a well-ventilated location, taking care not to get the spray in your dog's eyes.
  • Protect yourself by using gloves when applying the spray.
  • Instead of risking spraying in the dog's eyes, mouth, or ears when spraying sensitive regions like the face, spritz the substance into your glove and massage it on the dog.


Flea Powders


  • Flea Powders can be purchased without a veterinarian's prescription. They function in the same manner as a spray does.
  • To determine appropriate usage, read the label directions. If you have any doubts, see your veterinarian before using the powder on your dog.


Flea Comb

  • Flea combs physically remove fleas from your dog's coat.
  • Comb your dog from head to tail, and make sure the comb touches your dog's skin to get rid of all the fleas.
  • When you remove a flea, immediately put your flea comb into a dish of warm, soapy water. The fleas should be killed by this soap mixture.

Flea season may be a dreadful experience for your dog. There are several products available to kill fleas and ticks, each of which is slightly different. This guide will assist you in making a decision when exploring our dog flea and tick department. 
At Vitabox, we have some of the most effective dog fleas and tick control solutions on the market at affordable prices.