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Flea & Tick Spray for Dogs の説明 from Now Pets
An essential oil-based repellent to defend your dog against fleas, ticks, flies and other pests.

This product has been formulated by renowned veterinarian Dr. Barbara Royal, DVM, CVA founder of The Royal Treatment Veterinarian Center.

Contains No Deet, Synthetic Pesticides or Pyrethrins

Veterinarian Formulated and Approved

No artificial colors or fragrances.

Active Ingredients: Geranium Oil 0.76%, Lemongrass Oil 0.25%, Peppermint Oil 0.20%, Cinnamon Cassia Oil 0.16%, Cedarwood Oil 0.12%, Thyme Oil 0.11%, Inert Ingredients (Water, Trisodium Citrate Dihydrate, Potassium Sorbate, Almond Oil, Hydroxylated Soy Lecithin, Citric Acid.) 98.4%, Total 100%

Shake vigorously before each use.
Please read all directions carefully before application.

Spray directly on fur, including legs and stomach, using a flea comb to work into the coat (if necessary). Avoid spraying directly around the animal's nose, mouth, and eyes. When applying near the animal's head, apply the spray to a cloth and then wipe around the animal's face. Reapply 1-2 times per week before the animal goes outside. Reapply after grooming or when animal becomes wet. Avoid soaking the animal with the spray.

This spray can be used on pet bedding, grooming tools, blankets, carpet, rugs, pillows and upholstery. Although this product is designed to be non-staining, we suggest that you apply a small amount in an inconspicuous area to test for colorfastness.

Not intended for puppies under 12 weeks or dogs that are pregnant.

For animal use only. Causes eye irritation. Avoid contact with the eyes. Keep out of reach of children and animals. If pregnant or nursing consult your healthcare practitioner before using.

Sensitivity may occur after use of any pet flea or tick product. If signs of sensitivity occur, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. Consult a veterinarian immediately.

If product comes in contact with eyes, hold the eye open and gently flush with water for 15 minutes. If repellent comes in contact with a contact lens, remove contact after 5 minutes of flushing eye with water and then finish with an additional 10 minutes of flushing eye. Call a physician for additional advice. If the spray is inhaled, get fresh air immediately. If breathing has stopped, call 911. If the liquid is ingested, do not induce vomiting unless directed by a physician. Drink plenty of liquids and call poiso