Get through flea and tick season without an itch! Hartz UltraGuard Flea & Tick Cat Spray kills and repels pesky fleas and ticks. Starts killing fleas within 10 minutes. The convenient spray bottle disperses a wide, gentle stream of product. The adult fleas that you see on your pet only represent 5% of the total flea population. For every adult flea you see, there are about 20 more fleas in the immature stages (eggs, larvae, pupae) living in your pet’s environment. It is important that flea products for both the pet and the pet’s environment include an adulticide that kills the adult flea, and an insect growth regulator that kills the immature stages. All household pets should be treated at the same time to ensure optimal results.
Shake well before use. Hold bottle upright about 6 inches from pet and spray lightly until the tips of your cat's fur are moist, taking care to avoid contact with the eyes. Rub spray into your furry friend's coat and rub them dry with a towel after 10 minutes. Comb and brush coat. Repeat weekly if necessary. Also lightly spray cat's bedding.
For use on kittens 12 weeks of age or older.
Safety Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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