- bioSPOT® Defense Flea & Tick Spot-On® for Dogs is a water resistant formula that kills fleas & ticks fast
- Kills all flea life stages
- New Smart Shield™ applicator allows for quicker application and less spills
- Leaves a fresh clean scent and helps conditions hair coat
Defense Flea & Tick Spot-On®
for Dogs is a water resistant formula that starts killing fleas and ticks within 15 minutes and kills all flea life stages: eggs, larvae, and adults. With the new Smart Shield™
Applicator, the liquid gets down to your pet's skin and keeps it off your hands, making it easier for you and your pet. The applicator is easy to load and apply. The liquid leave a fresh clean scent and contains lanolin that helps condition the hair coat.
Etofenprox, (S)-Methoprene, Piperonyl Butoxide
Directions for Use: Only use on dogs 6 months and older.
Use one disposable liquid tube for each application with the application device. Make sure to use the appropriate product for the weight of your dog. Use the finger scoop to lift open door. To load, place tube white side up under the green tabs. Close the green door and the tube will snap open. Your dog should be standing for easy application. To apply, use tip of device to part hair and get next to dog's skin. Press the circle on green door once at each of four or five evenly placed spots between the shoulder blades to the base of the tail. Do not apply an excessive amount of the solution at any one spot that could cause some of the solution to run off the side of the dog. Do not spread this product by hand over the dog. Although the dog's skin and hair oils will naturally distribute the application over the entire dog, brushing the dog 12-24 hours after treatment will help to distribute the material over the skin. Dispose of empty tube by opening the green door and dropping the empty tube into the trash or offer for recycling if available. Close applicator device door and store in original package.
Restrictions: Do not reapply product for 30 days unless retreatment is required, but not sooner than 8 days after the initial treatment. Do not retreat more than once per month.