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Vet's Best Tick Killing Spray Plant-Based Formula for Dogs and Puppies, 1 fl. oz.

 
$12.99reg $15.99
$12.34
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  • Description

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    Kills 98% of Ticks in 10 minutes or less. Kills Fleas, Ants and Spiders by Contact. For Dogs & Puppies 12 weeks or older.

    • - Vet's Best Tick Killing Spray is a unique solution formulated specifically to address hard-to-kill ticks
    • - Our gentle but potent blend of Certified Natural Essential Oils kills Ticks on or around your dog
    • - Plant-based forumula is made with certified natural essential oils
    • - Kills 98% of Ticks in 10 minutes or less
    • - Kills Fleas, Ants and Spiders by Contact
    • - For dogs and puppies 12 weeks or older

    Specifications

    • SKU

      3139083

    • Primary Brand

      Vet's Best

    • Days to Ship

      Ships Next Business Day

  • Item Dimensions

    • Volume

      1 FZ

    • Length

      4.5 IN

    • Circumference

      9 IN

    • Height

      7 IN

    • Width

      1 IN

    • Depth

      1 IN

  • Money Back Guarantee Upon Proof of Purchase.

  • For Dogs 12 weeks or older. Locate the tick. Use your fingers to part the fur and expose a clear path for spraying the tick, taking care not to spray around the eyes, nose or mouth. Hold the bottle 1-2 inches away and spray tick directly 2-4 times until the tick is saturated. In many cases, the tick may detach naturally after it dies. Discard dead tick in trash.

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