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Pet Armor: Frequently Asked Questions
Is Pet Armor Safe?
Rest assured that Pet Armor is safe. Studies have shown that fipronil, the active ingredient in Pet Armor, is safe and effective. Fipronil, found in Pet Armor, is recommended by vets for flea and tick control. Pet Armor is so gentle, it is approved for use on puppies and kittens 8 weeks of age and older.
What is the Difference between Pet Armor and Frontline?
Pet Armor provides the same protection from fleas, ticks and chewing lice as Frontline. Both Pet Armor and Frontline contain the same active ingredient, fipronil, and in the exact same concentration. You apply Pet Armor to your pet in the same way that Frontline is applied. Since Pet Armor is the generic equivalent to Frontline, the only real difference is the price!
When Can I Bathe my Pet After Using Pet Armor?
Pet Armor is waterproof 24 hours after application. Simply wait 24 hours for Pet Armor to thoroughly dry before bathing your pet, or allowing your pet to swim.
How Does Pet Armor Work?
Pet Armor is a broad-spectrum insecticide. Pet Armor works by disrupting the central nervous system of fleas and ticks.
Pet Armor is the perfect choice if you are looking for effective flea and tick control for your pet at a budget-friendly price.
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