Can safely be used on dogs, horses, and all your pets!
Shake Well!! When mixing concentrate – mix EXACTLY as directed.
FOR BEST RESULTS – Ticks-Off is most effective on a recently rinsed/washed animal. Repeat rinsing/washing (and regular conditioning of manes and tails) as needed to keep them sleek and Too Slick for Ticks. Can be used on a wet or dry coat.
Effective immediately and may last for nearly a week!
For horses do not apply to the saddle or cinch area.
- Apply Ticks-Off on clean coat, mane and tail.
- Spray a heavy mist until hair is damp.
- Pay particular attention to legs, and tail, and any area that may come into contact with weeds or grasses or brush.
- Hand stroke, or use a brush, in direction of hair to blend.
- Allow to dry before additional brushing and thoroughly brush out all tangles.
- Re-apply more as needed.
- Repeat all steps above each time you are heading out for a hike or trail ride.
- To stop bot fly eggs from attaching to hair, spray a heavy mist onto problem area locations. Follow above directions.
** The cleaner and softer the coat, the better the results. Pets with coarse hair may need heavier and/or more frequent applications.**
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