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- Quick relief from biting fleas
- Kills adult fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, and ticks
- Breaks the flea life cycle for up to two months
- Repels mosquitoes
- For cats and dogs
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Adams Plus Flea and Tick Spray kills adult fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, ticks and repels mosquitoes. Flea eggs and larvae sprayed with Adams Plus Flea and Tick Spray will not grow into adults. Adams Plus Flea and Tick Spray combines the adult flea killing power of etofenprox with the long-lasting flea egg-killing power of S-Methoprene Insect Growth Regulator. This highly effective combination of ingredients provides quick relief from biting fleas and continuous killing of flea egg laid on the animal, breaking the flea life cycle.
Size: 32 Oz | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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DirectionsRECOMMENDED DOSAGE: Note that the recommended dose is about 4 squeezes of the trigger spray per pound of body weight.
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I've tried to keep it all natural, but screw it.... I'm desperate. I've tried oatmeal shampoos, organic itch cloths, oils, diatomaceous earth, raging cleaning sessions in my home, brushing animals multiple times a day.... nothing was working. I Googled around looking for the best, yet most cost effective flea solution for animals. At this point, I don't care if it's all-natural or nuclear reactive, I need my sleep. This product was rated #2, so I bought it.
Whoever says that this stuff "smells good" is out of their minds -- the smell is AWFUL -- I hate it. When spraying my pets, I rubbed it into their fur pretty hard so that it gets to their skin -- I also parted their fur so that this spray could penetrate their skin easier. After my dogs were treated, my hands felt cold and greasy. Spraying the cats was quite comical, I wished I had gotten it on video, because they did not like it one bit. LOL. I ended up having to spray the spray into my hand, then scrub it into their coats. Needless to say, the animals looked like they'd had a rough night when I got done with them -- greasy and tired from fighting.
For the first time in several weeks, I slept more than 2 hours in a row. I also noticed they aren't itching and chomping on themselves as much as they have been. I plan on getting some flea killing aerosol spray and going nuts on my house so that I can put a halt to this flea bitten misery. Aside from the greasiness and the horrendous odor, this stuff works great. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is going out of their minds trying to stop fleas from driving your animals crazy. Sometimes, the "natural way" just doesn't cut it.
I didn't use anywhere near the recommended dosage. I sprayed the dog and worked it in to his fur then let him go outside and run around. The smell is breathtaking, literally. Goes away in about 15 minutes on the dog. A different story when I sprayed his bedding inside. I'll do that outside next time.
As another reviewer recommended, for use on the cats, I sprayed some in a dish, got my fingertips wet with it and gently rubbed it against the hair growth from the tail to the neck, then around the face and neck same way. Again, no where near the recommended dosage. Still worked.
Using it this way I am comfortable using light dosages on an as-needed basis. I've only had to re-spray the dog lightly on his stomach after he jumped in a pile of wet leaves after a rainstorm. Probably 3 misty sprays. That's it.
So glad I finally found something that actually works. I've tried herbal sprays, DE ... poor results and the cats and dogs don't like the herbal smells. Frontline Plus and Advantage did absolutely nothing.