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Best Tick and Flea Control for Dogs and Cats Chart

Finding the Best Tick and Flea Control and Prevention for Dogs and Cats

By January 01, 2011 | See Comments

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Use this convenient chart to compare the best tick and flea control for dogs and cats and figure out which will work best for your pet.

What do you do when it you need tick and flea control for dogs and cats? Every product reports to be the best flea and tick medicine for dogs and cats on the market now, like Advantage II or Comfortis, but picking the right one for your pet can be tricky! And dealing with ticks and fleas on dogs or cats can be enough of a headache as it is. We'd like to simplify the process for you with this convenient chart.

COMPARE FLEA and TICK MEDICATIONS

K9 Advantix II
for Dogs

$49.99

Perme-thrin;
Imidacloprid;
Pyriproxyfen

Monthly; topical

 
 
Frontline Plus
for Dogs & CATS

$49.99

Fipronil;
S-methoprene

Monthly; topical

     
 
PetArmor
for Dogs

$49.99

Fipronil

Monthly; topical

       
 
Advantage II
for Dogs & CATS

$49.99

Imidacloprid;
Pyriproxyfen

Monthly; topical

       
 
Comfortis
for DogS & CATS

$49.99

Spinosad

As prescribed; Oral

       
 
Seresto Flea and Tick Collar
for Dogs & CATS

$49.99

Flumethrin;
Imidacloprid

8 Months; collar

     

 

Compare Flea, Tick and Heartworm Medications

These medications require a prescription.

Revolution
for Dogs

$49.99

Selamectin

Monthly; topical

 
 
Revolution
for CATS

$49.99

Selamectin

Monthly; topical

     
 
Trifexis
for Dogs

$49.99

Milbemycin
oxime;
Spinosad

Monthly; oral

       
 
Advantage Multi
for Dogs

$49.99

Imidacloprid,
Moxidectin

Monthly; topical

     

 

How PetPlus Can Help

Whatever medication you choose, PetPlus can help. All of the best flea and tick medicine, from Advantage II to Trifexis, can be purchased through PetPlus, and for a fraction of the price you will find anywhere else. PetPlus is a membership program that is designed to make keeping your pet protected and healthy affordable for anybody.

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  • marbisi

    10/20/2013 1:28:26 PM

    no Karelian Bear Dog?

  • guest

    12/5/2013 7:09:21 PM

    A leading Entomologist with the U.S.Dept. Agri. advises that the product (to kill fleas and ticks) should contain S-methoprena. I'm not seeing this in any of the ones mentioned. I know only three brands that actually have it, beeing: Frontline Plus,Pet Armous Plus an Fipro Guard . That's it. Should they not be mentioned here? Any reason they are not? I have admittedly have not read all the articles on this web site, only the chart. So they may very well be elsewhere. I'm just saying your wasting your money if the product does not contain the above mentioned ingredeint. I too am an Entomologist.

    • Kat at PetCareRx

      12/9/2013 6:40:43 PM

      Hello,
      Thanks for your comment. S-methoprene is indeed in Frontline Plus. We've included the active ingredients as per the manufacturer, and s-methoprene doesn't appear in Pet Armor. We do our utmost to offer the most popular flea and tick options out there, and all our products are EPA approved.

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