Zodiac Flea and Tick Collar for Cats
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Zodiac Flea and Tick Collar for Cats

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Zodiac Flea and Tick Collar for Cats (break-away) is a unique cat collar designed in such a way that your cat can easily get away in case it gets stuck. This one-size-fits-all collar provides protection by killing fleas and flea eggs, while preventing re-infestation for a period of eight months. It also kills ticks, including those that carry Lyme disease (for five months).
  • Zodiac Brand
  • Collars Accessories & Apparel
  • Flea & Tick Pharmacy
  • White Color
  • Circle Shape
  • Nylon Material
  • Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor
  • Indoor Indoor/Outdoor
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  • Cat Pet Type

Do flea and tick collars work?
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Flea and tick collars are designed to provide a convenient and long-lasting solution for pet owners seeking to protect their animals from infestations. These collars typically contain active ingredients that repel or kill fleas and ticks, preventing them from latching onto the pet's fur and skin. While effectiveness can vary depending on the specific brand formulation, many flea and tick collars have been proven to be successful in reducing infestations. The active ingredients may include insecticides or repellents that are slowly released over time, creating a protective barrier around the pet. However, pet owners need to follow the manufacturer's guidelines regarding proper usage and replacement intervals to ensure continued efficacy.
Additionally, individual pet sensitivities and environmental factors may influence the collar's performance. Overall, when used correctly, flea and tick collars can be a valuable component of a comprehensive pest prevention strategy for pets.

How can I rid my cat of fleas?
Answer

According to Michael Hoover, a former veterinarian from Manchester, TN, addressing a flea and tick infestation requires a comprehensive approach. First and foremost, it is crucial to treat all animals in the household simultaneously. The indoor environment must be treated with approved products like Advantage, Frontline, Bravecto, or Revolution. This ensures the elimination of adult pests and the inclusion of an insect growth regulator (IGR) to prevent the hatching of eggs and larvae. It is advised to avoid foggers or bombs when treating the house because they may leave chemicals on surfaces that pets seldom access. This neglects areas where pets frequently reside, such as under tables, chairs, and beds. Treating the yard is equally important. Additionally, Hoover suggests extending the treatment to the carpets in vehicles if pets travel in them. After this comprehensive treatment, maintaining monthly preventatives or utilizing Seresto collars, which offer eight months of protection, is recommended to safeguard against future infestations.

What is a natural flea repellent?
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Several natural substances can serve as flea repellents for pets. One commonly used option is diatomaceous earth, a fine powder that can be sprinkled on your pet's fur and bedding. It works by dehydrating and killing fleas. Essential oils like lavender, citronella, peppermint, and eucalyptus can also act as natural flea repellents. However, it's important to dilute these oils properly and apply them sparingly, as some animals may be sensitive to strong scents.

How do you know if your dog or cat has fleas?
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M. A. A. Mamun, a dog behaviorist and trainer, emphasizes the significance of keen observation to detect fleas on your dog or cat. This involves noting their behavior and physical signs. If your pet consistently scratches, bites, or licks certain areas, it may indicate flea presence. Additionally, flea dirt, resembling tiny black specks, can be identified by combing your pet's fur with a fine-toothed flea comb. Place the collected debris on a white paper towel, and if the specks turn into reddish-brown spots when wet, it likely indicates the presence of fleas. Moreover, allergic reactions to flea bites may cause red and inflamed skin, so watch for signs of irritation or small red bumps. Spotting adult fleas, small and dark-brown insects about 1/8 inch in size, crawling on your pet's fur is also a potential indicator. These observations can help address the issue without resorting to chemical solutions.

What kills 100% of fleas?
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Achieving a 100% kill rate for fleas can be challenging because these pests have various life stages, and different products may target specific stages. However, some products are highly effective in controlling and killing fleas. Prescription-strength flea medications from veterinarians, such as oral medications or topical treatments like Frontline, Advantage, Bravecto, and Revolution, are known for their effectiveness. These products typically target adult fleas, eggs, larvae, and pupae, providing comprehensive control. In addition, some environmental treatments, such as insect growth regulators (IGRs) and foggers, can help eliminate fleas in the surrounding areas.

What is the best homemade flea killer?
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To make a common homemade flea killer, boil slices of lemons or oranges in water. After cooling, transfer the citrus-infused water to a spray bottle for use in repelling fleas on your pet and around the home. Citrus contains natural compounds that are known to repel fleas. This homemade solution can be sprayed on your pet's fur and bedding and around the home to help deter fleas. Additionally, a mixture of equal parts apple cider vinegar and water can be used as a flea-repelling spray for your pet's coat. Frequent vacuuming and washing pet bedding in hot water are also effective in reducing flea populations.

Propoxur (CAS #114-26-1) 10% (S)-methoprene (CAS #65733-16-6) 2.1%, other ingredients: 87.9%.

Though it is safe to be used even on kittens as young as 12 weeks old, some animals may be sensitive to this collar. It can sometimes cause harmful effects when chewed or swallowed. Take care to avoid contact with cat's mouth, face, eyes and genitals. Do not fasten too tightly, lest it may cause skin irritation.

Buckle collar around the catโ€™s neck in a manner that 2-3 fingers can fit between the catโ€™s neck and the collar. Leave 2-3 inches extra and cut off excess. Dispose of excess in trash. Change collar after 8 months. It is not advisable to use this product at the same time or within 30 days before or after treatment with, or exposure to, other cholinesterase-inhibiting drugs, pesticides or chemicals.

Option UPC/SKU
8 Month Supply 0041535442507
Break Away Flea & Tick Collar for Cats 039079001298

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