Bio-Spot Topical Flea & Tick Control 3-Month
Bio Spot Once-A-Month Flea and Tick Protection for Dogs!
Proven flea and tick control systems from Farnam kill both fleas and ticks for up to 4 weeks with a single application. Bio-Spot's topical, non-systemic action works on dog's coat and skin before fleas bite. Also kills and repels deer ticks and mosquitoes. Fast and easy to apply. Just snip open the tube, part pet's hair and squeeze directly onto the skin. Great for pet's that are outdoors frequently. Direct IGR system breaks flea life cycle by killing flea eggs and larvae for three months (contains permethrin and Biolar). 3-month supply.Product Information
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Indications for Use
The topical spot-ons spread over the body with the body oils and collect in the hair follicles, and then are released over time (up to 1 month) from the hair follicles onto the skin and hair. Repeated bathing or swimming may decrease efficacy and require reapplication earlier than the normal 4-week intervals. Special shampoos, such as Bio Guard, can be used which do not remove the topical spot-on products. Bio Spot for Dogs also contains an insect growth regulator to help kill the immature fleas.
Usual Dose and Administration
For Bio Spot for Dogs: Comes in three sizes: Dogs less than 15 pounds, dogs 15-33 pounds, and dogs over 33 pounds. Apply according to manufacturer's recommendations.
The oil must be placed on the skin for it to be effective.
Do not use Proticall or Defend on puppies less than 4 weeks of age.
Do not use Bio Spot for Dogs on puppies less than 12 weeks of age.
Do not use on cats, or on dogs which a cat may groom.
Do not use on sick or debilitated dogs.
Consult your veterinarian before using on dogs with heart, liver, or kidney disease.
Do not apply more than once every 7 days. It may last up to 4 weeks.
Do not allow product to contaminate the environment as it is toxic to aquatic life.
Consult your veterinarian before using on pregnant or nursing dogs.
If you think your pet has been poisoned...
Contact your veterinarian or an Animal Poison Hotline if you think your pet may have accidentally received or been given an overdose of the medication.
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