Provides full protection against ticks within 48 hours of placement. Stops new ticks from attaching.
Demonstrated 92% efficacy in controlling a severe tick infestation after 24 hours—versus 63% efficacy achieved by a deltamethrin collar.
Protection lasts for up to 90 days.
Makes it less likely for dogs to get tick-borne diseases. By killing and detaching ticks, PREVENTIC Tick Collar can reduce the risk for transmission of Lyme disease, babesiosis, and rickettsia.
Paralyzes tick mouth parts to prevent feeding.
Trusted by veterinarians for 25 years.
Water-resistant—Effectiveness is not diminished if the dog gets wet.
Amitraz: - 9.0%
OTHER INGREDIENTS - 91.0%
Place this collar around the dog's neck, adjust for proper fit and buckle in place. Cut off and dispose of excess length.
Do not allow dogs to play with cut-off excess. The collar must be worn tightly enough to contact skin and so that the dog cannot remove it. Activity against ticks starts within 24 hours and continues as long as the collar is worn (up to 90 days).
Ticks present in the dog's environment that may reappear on the dog will not attach and will be killed in less than 24 hours.
Replace collar when effectiveness diminishes. The effectiveness of the collar is not diminished by normal wetting such as rainfall, however, it is suggested that the collar be removed before bathing. This product does not control fleas.
HAZARDS TO DOMESTIC ANIMALS:
FOR USE ON DOGS ONLY.
DO NOT USE ON CATS.
Do not use on puppies under 12 weeks of age.
Consult a veterinarian before using on debilitated, aged, medicated, pregnant or nursing animals. Do not treat collared dogs with other monoamine oxidase inhibitors, or with tricyclic antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or pressor agents. Sensitivities may occur after using ANY pesticide product for pets.
Remove at first sign of irritation or adverse reaction, bathe dog with a mild soap or non-pesticidal shampoo and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately.
DO NOT APPLY TO CATS.
There is a risk of collar breakage and ingestion if collar is worn by unattended dogs that play by mouthing each other in the neck area. If collar is missing from a dog, search for, retrieve and recover the entire collar. Immediately consult a veterinarian if dog is depressed or if ingestion is suspected.