Natural Care Dog — Cat Flea — Tick Spray, 14-oz bottle

Natural Care Dog & Cat Flea & Tick Spray, 14-oz bottle

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Protect your four-legged friend from pests the way nature intended with Natural Care Dog & Cat Flea & Tick Spray. Formulated with a unique and powerful blend of natural plant extracts including peppermint oil and clove extract, this convenient spray kills fleas, flea eggs and ticks on contact. It also repels mosquitoes and leaves your dog or cat with a fresh, natural scent. Because it’s all natural, it’s great for use throughout your home on countertops, upholstery, pillows, blankets and pet bedding. Made in the USA and safe for the entire family, this spray is recommended for use on dogs and cats 12 weeks or older.

Key Benefits

  • Protect your four-legged friend from pests the way nature intended.
  • Formulated with a unique and powerful blend of peppermint oil and clove extract.
  • Convenient spray kills fleas, flea eggs and ticks on contact; also repels mosquitoes and has a fresh, natural scent.
  • Great for use on countertops, upholstery, pillows, blankets and pet bedding.
  • Made in the USA and safe for the entire family; recommended for use on dogs and cats 12 weeks or older.

Precautions

Hazards to Humans: Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothing. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after use. Prolonged or frequent repeated skin contact may cause allergic reaction in some individuals. For external use only.

Important Information

Fleas rise to the top of your pet’s coat as they die, so consider it a triumph if you start seeing more fleas at first, after treating your pet. If you’re still seeing fleas after application, it may be because your pet has picked up new fleas from the environment, which may include other pets, surfaces and outdoor areas. It may take up to 30 days to break the entire flea life cycle. Additionally, you should also treat sources of new fleas (i.e., carpet, yard, etc.) to ensure complete flea control.

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Active Ingredients: Peppermint Oil 0.2%, Eugenol (Clove Extract) 0.46%, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (Plant Derived) 1.78%, Inert Ingredients (Water, Sodium Benzonate)* 97.56%

Read entire label before each use and use only in accordance with label instructions.

For Use Directly on Dogs & Cats Over 12 Weeks Old: Shake well. Apply indoors or outdoors in a well ventilated area. Lightly spray pet’s entire coat until damp, but not dripping. Do not spray in the face, eyes, nose, mouth or genitals. Cover the entire coat including the legs, tail and stomach. Massage into the coat until the product reaches the skin. Let coat dry completely before allowing pets to groom themselves or each other. Repeat if needed allowing 2-4 hours between applications, not exceeding twice in 24 hours. In order to help reduce the occurrence of fleas and ticks, this product is best used year round.

For Pet Bedding, Pillows, Blankets, Carpet & Rugs or Outdoor Surfaces Including Patio Furniture & Yard: This product is designed to be non-staining; however, always apply a small amount to an inconspicuous area to test for colorfastness. Shake well. Spray the surface uniformly with a light mist until moist. Avoid soaking. A fine mist is all that is necessary to be effective. Allow product to dry before allowing pets to reenter area. Not recommended for use on fine furniture. For added protection against fleas and ticks in your home, try Natural Care Flea & Tick Carpet Powder.

Where is this product sourced from?

We source all our products from manufacturer approved distributors or directly from the manufacturers. Chewy takes pride in ensuring that our furry friends’ wellbeing is always our top priority. We have worked hard to partner with all of the manufactures to deliver 100% authentic products

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Too weak.

By Steve on Feb 19, 2020

Essential oils work. Cats can only tolerate certain ones. Those need too be very diluted. You can use about 1/3 to 3/4 oz of oils diluted in your spray bottle with water. To get oils to stay dispersed in water, mix with an equal amount of polysorbate 20. Then add to water. The spray being sold hear is too weak. Best oils for cats. most safe, are. lemongrass and cedarwood. Make sure you get Himalayan cedarwood. Some oils sold as cedarwood are not really cedarwood. If you choose to do this. that is a decision you are making on your own, I do this and use it on my dogs and cats. What you choose to do is up to you and I am not telling you to do it. I am just telling you what I do.

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Works in HOURS

By Gina on Feb 19, 2020

This product is amazing. After treating both my dogs with Frontline and giving multiple Dawn baths, the fleas still managed to come back. The most appealing thing about this product is that it?s safe to touch, so I don?t have to worry about my little one touching the dogs after treatment. Also, IT WORKED IN HOURS! Within hours I could not find a single flea! Not to mention it smells great! Also, I live in Florida so mosquitos are a year round so the fact that this is also mosquito repellent is another PLUS +

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Good product BUIT

By Nicole on Feb 17, 2020

I brought this spray, the other bottle and the wipes once my dog had fleas. I really like this product line because it?s natural and doesn?t smell like chemicals. After using this particular spray can just once before, it no longer sprays. I have full bottle that I cannot use, it was never dropped or anything. just went to use it today and it won?t work. I would repurchase this product in the spray bottle version

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I have an ear tick problem with my cats

By Mick on Jan 16, 2020

I have an ear tick problem with my cats. The soft bodied kind. I treated with Frontline. I brought a stray in because it was cold and all three cats got them. I actually removed an engorged tick from my cats ear with tweezers. It was alive and I sprayed this product directly on the tick. It didn’t kill it. I’m not real happy with the product right now. I sprayed it all over my house!

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Help for Cat Fleas

By CatOwner on Dec 29, 2019

This product does what it says it does and I have been using it for about a month. I do notice an improvement as there are fewer casings and fewer fleas in the comb and on the cat. Much better than Raid or another chemical-heavy alternative. It is not an overnight solution and it pays to be very diligent about vacuuming often and using a flea comb.

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Works on Contact

By PamC on Jan 11, 2020

Love this stuff. Fast acting and smells good too. Nice sized can for the price. Do have a slight issue with the size of the can. If you have small hands its hard to get a good grip on it without moving the cap to the no spray position.

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well recieved by dog

By PetsRgreat on Nov 14, 2019

I like to spray this on my dog just before he goes outside. It is a quiet spray and will spray at all angels. It has a scent that reminds me more of clove than the peppermint it is made from. Ace always makes a wrinkled up face when I put anything on him, however he doesn’t mind this at all. He stands in expectation of having it applied as if he knows it helps keep the mosquitoes away. It may take some animals time to accept the new smell. The quiet spray is very helpful when applying to skittish animals. I like the fact it is safe for cats and dogs as my cats and dog cuddle a lot so no fear of cats being contaminated with unsafe chemicals.

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Works wonders

By Becca on Nov 1, 2019

I bought this spray mainly for my home. My dog was treated with frontline a month prior. We brought in a stray kitten who had fleas. I tried other products and it didn?t work too well. I had to go to the vet and buy something for the kitten because it was so bad and money was tight. After spraying this over my home which included; carpets, bedding, curtains, etc I noticed a huge decrease in the fleas. And since the cat was treated, I decided to flea comb my cat and dog(dog was beginning to get fleas at this point). I found maybe 8 fleas total on both. I sprayed this product on my dog with no skin irritation. It actually helped her not itch so bad, and I sprayed this on a wash cloth and used on I bought this spray mainly for my home. My dog was treated with frontline a month prior. We brought in a stray kitten who had fleas. I tried other products and it didn?t work too well. I had to go to the vet and buy something for the kitten because it was so bad and money was tight. After spraying this over my home which included; carpets, bedding, curtains, etc I noticed a huge decrease in the fleas. And since the cat was treated, I decided to flea comb my cat and dog(dog was beginning to get fleas at this point). I found maybe 8 fleas total on both. I sprayed this product on my dog with no skin irritation. It actually helped her not itch so bad, and I sprayed this on a wash cloth and used on the cat. Then I proceeded to flea comb again and found NO FLEAS. Please keep in mind that 95% of fleas live in your home and 5% on your pet. Daily cleaning is a must, vaccuming is a must, use this spray to prevent further infestation. It was cheap, natural and effective. Getting rid of fleas is a pain, but you have to be patient and continue the regimen. I found also with hardwood floors because I have them as well, a little bleach in the water will also help. Buy this product. Definitely worth the money and peace of mind 🙂 … more

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Peppermint oil is poisonous to cats

By package on Feb 27, 2020

I notice one of the main ingredients is peppermint oil, most oils are poisonous to cats.

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Asthma trigger

By Gemm on Feb 21, 2020

Cats don?t seem to mind smell They stopped itching after use It really triggers my asthma

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Fleas

Learn about fleas, how to check your pet for fleas, how to prevent fleas and how to get rid of fleas.

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What are fleas?

Fleas are small, parasitic insects that feed by sucking blood from mammals and birds. While immature fleas do not bite, adult fleas usually feed several times a day.

  • are dark brown or reddish brown
  • have flat bodies
  • are 1 to 4 mm (.04 to .16 inches) long
  • are wingless
  • can jump up to 20 cm (8 inches) vertically and 41 cm (just under 16 inches) horizontally

In most parts of Canada, the peak flea season is early August to early October.

Why should I be concerned about fleas?

Fleas are not just an annoyance. They can cause discomfort for you and your pet. Some people and animals get an allergic reaction to flea saliva, which creates a rash.

In animals, fleas can cause:

  • hair loss from frequent scratching and biting
  • anemia (not enough red blood cells in the blood) in extreme cases

Fleas can transmit:

  • parasites like tapeworms
  • diseases like typhus

A flea bite creates a small, hard, red and itchy spot. The spot:

  • is slightly raised and swollen
  • has 1 puncture point in the middle

Flea bites often appear in clusters or lines. They can be itchy and inflamed for up to several weeks.

How do I check my pet for fleas?

Adult fleas prefer to stay on pets and only leave after feeding. Their eggs, larvae (immature fleas) and pupae can be found in and around where pets sleep.

During peak flea season and after contact with other animals, you should:

  • Check your pet regularly for:
    • black particles the size of ground pepper on your pet’s skin near the tail
  • Inspect areas that your pets often go to for signs of fleas:
    • sleeping areas
    • dog houses
    • kennels

How can I prevent fleas in the home?

You can reduce the chance of fleas coming into your home by:

  • keeping cats indoors
  • inspecting your pet regularly
  • regularly mowing and raking your lawn to discourage animals that may carry fleas
  • repairing window screens and other places that unwanted animals can use to enter your home
  • covering sandboxes when they are not being used

You can prevent your pet from getting fleas by using pest control products made for pets. Most of these products come into contact with the pet’s skin. It is important to use the right product for your pet and read and follow the directions on the label.

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What do I do if my pet has fleas?

If your pet has fleas, you will need to treat the pet and areas used by your pet. You should use both physical and chemical control methods.

To get rid of fleas on your pet, focus on the neck or tail, where fleas tend to gather.

A flea comb will remove most:

Kill the fleas by putting them in hot, soapy water.

To get rid of fleas in your home:

  • Wash pet and family bedding in hot, soapy water every 2 to 3 weeks.
  • Lift blankets by all 4 corners to avoid scattering the eggs and larvae. If an infestation is severe, replace old pet bedding.
  • Vacuum carpets and cushioned furniture daily.
  • Clean around cracks and crevices on floors and along baseboards.
  • Steam-clean carpets.

You will need to treat areas frequented by pets:

  • baseboards near sleeping quarters
  • points of entry (for example, around door and window frames)
  • small areas in the yard where pets rest or play (like dog houses)

If the flea problem persists, contact a licensed pest control operator in your area.

What flea control products do I use?

Flea control products for use on pets and in the home are available.

Products for pets

Before choosing a product for your pet, you should ask a veterinarian about the best treatment. Veterinarians can prescribe products that are not available over the counter.

The veterinarian will want to know if:

  • you have both cats and dogs
  • they are in regular contact with children
  • your pet is sick, old, pregnant or nursing
  • your pet is on medication or receiving another pesticide treatment

To prevent your pet from getting fleas during flea season use:

  • flea collars
  • spot-on treatments

For an ongoing flea problem use:

When using a flea control product:

  • Follow the instructions on the label.
  • Use the right product for the animal (the label will state if it is for dogs or cats).
  • Use the amount specified in the instructions based on your pet’s size and weight.
  • Do not apply to animals below the minimum age stated on the label.

Watch your pet for signs of a bad reaction and see a veterinarian if you are concerned.

Products for the home

Products to control fleas in and around your home may require repeat treatments to kill the larvae and adult fleas.

Here are some things you should know:

  • Applying a thin layer of diatomaceous earth (silicon dioxide) causes adult fleas to dry up when they crawl over it. It is not toxic to humans and pets, but be careful not to inhale the dust when using it.
  • Using insect growth regulators, such as methoprene and pyriproxyfen, prevent flea larvae from becoming adults. This will break the reproductive cycle. These products do not kill adult fleas that are already present.
  • Applying insecticidal sprays with pyrethrin or a pyrethroid on cracks, crevices and as a spot treatment kill adult fleas and larvae.

When buying a product, look for a Pest Control Products (PCP) number on the label. This tells you the product has been scientifically assessed and registered by the Government of Canada.

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Frontline Flea Spray For Cats & Dogs

Frontline Flea Spray for Dogs & Cats

Frontline Flea Spray is for the treatment and prevention of fleas, ticks and biting lice in cats and dogs.

It is available as a solution in 100ml spray bottles.

In March 2016 the first known outbreak of babesiosis was reported in the UK. The disease is carried by ticks and the only solution is to kill the ticks quickly, ideally within 24 hours. The symptoms of babesiosis within dogs include weakness, lethargy, pale gums, red urine and fever.
If you are concerned that your dog is suffering from babesiosis seek advice from your vet.

Our vet says. «Our customers like this product as you can spray it on your cat or dog to treat and prevent fleas in a quick and effective way. If your pet isn’t a fan or collars or spot ons, this is a good alternative and works instantly wherever it is sprayed.»

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For Light items (under 2kg) our standard method is Royal Mail Second Class (there are a few exceptions, so if in doubt check our Delivery page).

To get it faster you can upgrade Light items to Royal Mail 1st Class or a Guaranteed Courier service, Saturday Courier or even before 12 noon services where available. There’s a small fee, but if you’re in a hurry they are worth considering. To ensure you receive your items as quickly as possible, please place your order before 12 Noon Monday to Thursday as there is no standard Saturday courier delivery.

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Please note that if you are purchasing a mix of Light and Heavy items at the same time, these will be sent separately. The Heavy items being sent by Courier, the Light items by Royal Mail Second Class.

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6-in-1 pest protection for every cat, every lifestyle, every month.

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REV UP Protection Indoors and Out

REVOLUTION PLUS broadens the scope of protection for cats and kittens, inside and out, against fleas, ticks, ear mites, roundworms, hookworms, and heartworms.

Building on the Trusted Legacy of REVOLUTION ® (selamectin)

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6-in-1 PROTECTION BASICS

REVOLUTION PLUS provides the broadest pest coverage for indoor and outdoor cats

Parasites are NOT “outdoor-only”

Cats and kittens of every lifestyle—whether indoor-only, indoor/outdoor, or outdoor-only—can regularly come in contact with harmful pests.

Fleas, ticks, ear mites, intestinal worms, and heartworms can get into any home. Parasites hitchhike indoors on other pets or creatures, on shoes and clothes, or get inside through doors and windows. 2

With ONE monthly dose, REVOLUTION PLUS protects indoor and outdoor cats against 6 common feline pests.

That’s the 6-in-1 DIFFERENCE!

REVOLUTION PLUS is an FDA-approved product that combines two active ingredients for the broadest protection against parasites

  • Delivers the proven broad-spectrum protection of selamectin with the advanced flea- and tick-killing power of sarolaner
  • Provides UNIQUE DUAL ACTION against fleas and ear mites

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Fleas & Other Common Pests

REVOLUTION PLUS provides the 6-in-1 pest protection every cat and kitten deserves

1. Fleas

In TWO clinical studies,
One dose of REVOLUTION PLUS killed 100% of adult fleas for a full 5 weeks

In a separate study,
REVOLUTION PLUS started killing fleas within 6 hours of re-infestations

  • Interrupts the flea life cycle by killing fleas before they can lay eggs
  • By eliminating fleas, REVOLUTION PLUS reduced signs of flea allergy dermatitis in cats

Fleas can sneak into your house and raise a family in your carpets.
Warning: This is really gross!

Why should I care about fleas?

  • Fleas can hitchhike indoors on your cat, other pets or creatures, on shoes and clothes, or get inside through doors and windows
  • Flea bites can cause intense itching and allergies 3
  • The scratching can lead to hair loss and uncomfortable skin irritations 3
  • Flea bites can cause anemia, especially in young kittens 4
  • Cats may develop behavioral problems from the anxiety of flea infestations 5
  • Fleas can infect cats with tapeworms 3
  • Getting rid of fleas can be frustrating, costly, and time-consuming
  • Just 1 female flea can lay as many as 40 to 50 eggs a day and over 2000 eggs in her lifetime! 4
  • It’s easier and quicker to prevent an infestation than get rid of one—which can take months!
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2. Ticks

REVOLUTION PLUS kills 3 types of ticks for a full month after one dose 6,7

Effective results sustained for up to 5 weeks for black-legged or deer tick and American dog tick 6,8

Ticks are more than a mere menace!

Ticks can hitchhike indoors on your cat, other pets or creatures, and on shoes and clothes. They are tiny and can be tough to spot. Ticks can be found anywhere in the United States—any time of year in both rural and urban environments. 9

Discover the types of ticks in your area 10 :

Black-legged or deer tick:
Widely seen across the eastern United States.

Gulf Coast tick:
Distributed in costal areas of the US along the Atlantic coast and the Gulf of Mexico

American dog tick:
Widely distributed east of the Rocky Mountains. Also, occurs in limited areas on the Pacific Coast.

(Image by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Black-legged or Deer tick

Gulf Coast tick

American dog tick

Why should I care about ticks?

  • Ticks can spread several diseases in cats 9,11
  • They can cause skin irritation and allergic reactions 9,11

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3. Ear Mites

In a clinical study,
REVOLUTION PLUS killed over 99% of ear mites for a full month after one dose

Ear mites: They can be so “earitating.”
Could these critters be on your cat? Yuck!

Ear mites are passed easily between pets and stay in and around cats’ ears, feeding off debris in the ear canal. 12

Why should I care about ear mites?

These “hitchhikers” can invade your home on other pets and cause severe irritation, 12 including:

  • Red, itchy, painful ears 12
  • Dark brown discharge in the ears 12
  • Inflamed ears that could lead to rash or other skin reactions 12
  • Damage to the ears caused by excessive scratching 12
  • Transmission to other cats and pets through direct contact 12

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4. Roundworms

In a clinical study,
REVOLUTION PLUS reduced nearly 100% of roundworm eggs after a single dose 13

Roundworm (Toxocara cati) emerging from egg

Photo: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Don’t Let Roundworms Dig In

  • Roundworms are the most common internal pest found in cats 14
  • They make themselves at home in the small intestine, then both adults and eggs are passed in a cat’s feces 15
  • Roundworms get into your home—and into your cat— through contaminated soil, the dirt on your shoes, or infected prey like rodents or bugs 14,15

Why should I care about roundworms?

  • Major roundworm infections in cats can cause vomiting, weight loss, hair changes and a potbellied appearance. 14,15

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5. Hookworms

In a clinical study,
REVOLUTION PLUS reduced over 99% of hookworm eggs after a single dose 13

Hookworm (Ancylostoma tubaeforme)

Photo: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Don’t Let Them Get Their Hooks Into Your Cat

  • Hookworms attach to the lining of a cat’s intestinal wall, feed on a cat’s blood, and pass eggs in a cat’s feces 14
  • Hookworms can invade cats whether indoors or out
  • Hookworm larvae can live in soil and infect your cat through ingestion or penetration of the skin 14,16

Why should I care about hookworms?

  • Hookworms can cause anemia, weight loss, and diarrhea in infected cats 16
  • Severe hookworm infections can be fatal, especially in kittens 16

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6. Heartworms

In TWO clinical studies,
REVOLUTION PLUS was 100% effective in preventing heartworm disease

At least 1 in 4 cats with heartworm disease were classified as indoor-only 17

Heartworms are cold-hearted pests

  • Just 1 bite from an infected mosquito can give your cat heartworms 18
  • Indoor-only cats are at risk since it’s hard to completely mosquito proof your home 18
  • In one study, more than 25% of cats diagnosed with heartworms were considered indoor-only 17

Why should I care about heartworms?

  • Heartworm disease in cats isn’t just serious—it can be fatal 17,18
  • Even when it isn’t deadly, heartworm infection in cats can cause permanent lung damage known as heartworm-associated respiratory disease (HARD) 18,19

The HARD facts 17

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Upgrade to REVOLUTION PLUS for 6-in-1 protection

REVOLUTION PLUS builds upon the proven 5-in-1 protection of REVOLUTION ® , veterinarians’
#1 trusted pest treatment for cats—PLUS it now protects against ticks, too. 1,20

How does REVOLUTION PLUS compare to other treatments?

Compare the labels of other products with REVOLUTION PLUS by swiping left or right.

* REVOLUTION PLUS is a simple-to-apply, quick-drying, small-volume, monthly topical solution that protects against fleas (Ctenocephalides felis), ticks (black-legged or deer tick, (Ixodes scapularis), Gulf Coast tick (Amblyomma maculatum) and American dog tick (Dermacentor variabilis)), ear mites (Otodectes cynotis), roundworms (Toxocara cati), hookworms (Ancylostoma tubaeforme), and heartworms (Dirofilaria immitis) for cats and kittens as young as eight weeks of age and weighing 2.8 pounds or greater.

REVOLUTION PLUS provides UNIQUE DUAL ACTION against fleas and ear mites

‡ Advantage Multi is indicated for the treatment of flea infestations, as well as the treatment and control of ear mite infestations and intestinal parasite infections.

§ Frontline Gold is indicated for adult fleas, flea larvae, flea eggs, and 4 common species of ticks.

II Bravecto is indicated for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations (Ctenocephalides felis) and the treatment and control of Ixodes scapularis (black-legged tick) infestations.

¶ Bravecto failed to demonstrate ≥90% effectiveness against Dermacentor variabilis beyond 8 weeks.

# Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes.

** Do not use on sick, debilitated, or underweight cats.

†† Use with caution in cats with a history of neurologic abnormalities. Neurologic abnormalities have been reported in cats receiving Bravecto, even in cats without a history of neurologic abnormalities. Do not contact or allow children to contact the application site until dry. Keep the product in the original packaging until use in order to prevent children from getting direct access to the product.

Advantage Multi ® is a registered trademark of Bayer. Bravecto ® is a registered trademark of Merck Animal Health. Frontline ® Gold is a registered trademark of Merial.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: The safe use of REVOLUTION PLUS has not been established in kittens less than 8 weeks old or in breeding, pregnant or lactating cats. Reported side effects in clinical trials included lethargy and anorexia. Use with caution in cats with a history of neurologic disorders. Sarolaner, one of the ingredients in REVOLUTION PLUS, is a member of the isoxazoline class, which has been associated with adverse reactions such as tremors, ataxia, and seizures. Reactions have occurred in cats with or without a history of neurologic disorders. In humans, REVOLUTION PLUS may be irritating to skin and eyes.

REVOLUTION PLUS is a simple-to-apply, quick-drying, small-volume, monthly topical solution that protects against fleas (Ctenocephalides felis), ticks (black-legged or deer tick [Ixodes scapularis], Gulf Coast tick [Amblyomma maculatum] and American dog tick [Dermacentor variabilis]), ear mites (Otodectes cynotis), roundworms (Toxocara cati), hookworms (Ancylostoma tubaeforme), and heartworms (Dirofilaria immitis) for cats and kittens as young as eight weeks of age and weighing 2.8 pounds or greater.

The product information provided in this site is intended only for residents of the United States. The products discussed herein may not have marketing authorization or may have different product labeling in different countries. The animal health information contained herein is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace discussions with an animal healthcare professional. All decisions regarding the care of a veterinary patient must be made with an animal healthcare professional, considering the unique characteristics of the patient.

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