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  • Applying PetArmor flea and tick topicals is easy and can be done at home. Before you apply, be sure to read the product label thoroughly. Determine if your pet is healthy and in the correct age range before using any flea and tick treatment and prevention product. Questions or comments? Reach us on social media Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST, send us an email at Care@PetArmor.com, or give us a call any time at 1-888-908-8425. The PetArmor call center is available 24/7.

    step 1
    Pull Apart
    First, carefully separate one tube from the others in the multipack.
    Step 2
    Cut Tube
    Point the tube's tip up and away, then cut along the notches.
    Step 3
    Part Fur
    Part your dog's fur between her shoulder blades and invert the tube.
    Step 4
    Squeeze
    Squeeze the tube firmly to apply all of the solution to your dog's skin.

    Do

    • Do read entire label and enclosed directions and follow before each use.
    • Do weigh your pet to ensure you’re getting the right product for your pet.
    • Do reapply every 30 days for best control of fleas and ticks.
    • Do squeeze the applicator thoroughly so that the entire contents are applied.
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    Don’t

    • Don’t put dog products on cats and vice versa. It is important you use products for the correct species.
    • Don’t double dose your pet. Always apply flea and tick treatments as directed on the label.
    • Don’t divide tubes between multiple animals. Always use the full tube on the pet per the product’s application guidelines.
  • Ticks are prevalent across the U.S. and are also carriers for diseases, like Lyme Disease. It’s important to take action against them. You can easily prevent ticks from using your pet as a host with simple solutions like our Flea and Tick treatments for cats and dogs

  • There are many ways your indoor pet can get fleas: untreated pet visitors, pets who are allowed to go outside, and pet parents themselves, are three common culprits. 

  • No, with the exception of the oral treatment, PetArmor kills fleas and ticks when they come in contact with your pet’s coat. 

  • Yes. Prevention is the best way to ensure your pet’s health. Fleas may survive in your home throughout the winter and can withstand temperatures as low as 33 degrees for up to 5 days. Save your pet and home from a potentially costly infestation with regular treatment. 

  • Yes. Flea eggs can fall wherever the infested pet may spend time, and they can lay dormant for months. However, you can treat your home as well as your pet. Our flea and tick for home products kill a number of pests.

  • PetArmor Plus for cats and for dogs kills flea larvae as well as fleas, flea eggs, ticks, and chewing lice for up to 30 days. It effectively breaks the flea life cycle.

  • Absolutely. All of your pets must be treated to control fleas, and you may want to treat your home, too. An untreated pet can become the new host for fleas if immature fleas are present in your home. Also, an untreated pet could also be the real source of the infestation. To protect your environment, try PetArmor Home products.

  • There are a number of ways to treat and prevent fleas. The simplest may be a monthly regimen of PetArmor Plus for cats or dogs. Be sure to read the labels carefully.

  • If your dog is having trouble with her daily activities such as running, playing, getting on the couch or up stairs, these may be signs she’s experiencing joint pain.

  • Larger dogs and certain breeds are more prone than others to joint pain injuries.

  • Yes. You may need to pay special attention to your pet’s home environment with PetArmor for home products. Also, make sure their bedding is washed, and vacuuming is done frequently. The yard may need attention, too, such as raking, trimming shrubs, and cutting grass. The fewer places for bugs to hide, the better.