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Pet Armor: Part of Your Total Flea Control Program
Pet Armor is just one part of an all-around flea control program. For most effective flea control, it is important to treat all of your pets with Pet Armor, and also treat your pet’s environment. Pet Armor is an important part of a three-step, comprehensive approach to controlling fleas and ticks.
1. Use Pet Armor to Control Fleas and Ticks on your Pets
Apply Pet Armor to your pets every month to kill adult fleas and ticks. To prevent re-infestations, Pet Armor should be applied year-round. Be sure to apply Pet Armor to all of the pets in the home. To ensure maximum effectiveness, Pet Armor must be applied directly to the skin of the pet. Be sure to use the proper does of Pet Armor, based upon the weight of your pet.
2. Control Fleas and Ticks in the Home
In addition to applying Pet Armor to all of your pets, it is important to treat the home. 80% of a flea’s life cycle is spent off your dog – that means in the home and yard. Use a room fogger such as Virbac Knockout Fogger, spray, or a carpet powder such as Bio Spot Carpet Powder to treat all areas of the home, including your pet’s bedding. Remember, the flea life cycle can continue indoors, even through the cold winter months.
3. Treat the Yard
Once your pets are protected with Pet Armor and you have treated the home, your next step is to treat outdoor areas that your dog frequents with an insecticide spray. You can use a concentrated product such as Virbac Yard Spray, which you simply attach to your garden hose and spray. When used along with Pet Armor for your pets, a yard spray can help prevent re-infestation.
It is much easier to prevent a flea or tick infestation than to treat it. Regular, year-round use of Pet Armor along with pest control in your home and yard will provide most effective control of fleas and ticks.
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