Directions for Use:
- Kills and repels fleas, ticks, and lice on contact
- Kills flea eggs and larvae to prevent reinfestation
- Works for up to 100 days
- Can be used with any PetArmor topical treatment
Always read label before use.To apply FastAct Flea & Tick Spray on toy breed dogs, puppies over 6 months, and kittens over 7 months,
do not spray directly on the pet. Simply spray the product on a towel and wrap the animal in the towel for 5 to 10 minutes. Also, put some spray on your finger-tip and gently rub around your pets eyes, nose, and mouth area. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Towel-dry the animal after half an hour if not totally dry by then.To apply FastAct Flea & Tick Spray on full-size dogs,
cover your dog's eyes with your hand. Do not spray directly on its mouth, nose, or eyes. Spray its head, ears, and chest until damp. Also put some spray on your finger-tip and gently rub around your pets eyes, nose, and mouth area. Then spray from neck to tail, finishing legs last. For best penetration of spray onto skin and on heavy-coated animals, direct the spray against the natural lay of the hair, spraying the ruffled hair directly behind your hand. Make sure the spray thoroughly wets ticks. Repeat treatment every 3 months. Avoid contact with genitalia.
For best results, use FastAct Flea & Tick Spray on all dogs and cats in your home, as well as their environment, and repeat every 3 months. We recommend you shampoo your pet with FastAct Flea & Tick Shampoo, then spray on FastAct Flea & Tick Spray, and use a maintenance product such as PetArmor or PetArmorPro Advanced every month..Precautions:
Consult a veterianarian before using on: pregnant or nursing pets, pets taking any medications, older pets, or pets with skin sensitivities. Only use on kittens at least 7 months old, and puppies at least 6 months.Possible Side Effects:
Reactions and irritations may occur with ANY pesticide treatment. Oserve your pet following treatment and if signs of irritation persist or become more severe, contact your veterinarian immediately.