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A completely natural insect repellent for helping to protect against fleas and ticks on dogs by direct application to the coat. Gentle enough for use from 7 days old. To help prevent re-infestation ensure bedding, carpets and surrounding areas are treated separately with a suitable product.
Please note: For use on smaller animals this product must be used very sparingly.
Uses: Natural Flea & Tick Spray is ideal for Dogs of all sizes and breeds.
Application: Spray sparingly especially to small breeds and brush coat. Avoid eyes and nasal/mouth area.
HSE Licence No. 8711:
Effectiveness: Natural Flea & Tick Spray has a highly effective repellent action.
All year round: With milder winters and modern centrally heated homes, fleas and other parasites have become an all year round problem. Natural Flea & Tick Spray is ideal to use all year round.
Prevent Re-infestation: To help prevent re-infestation, ensure bedding, carpets and surrounding areas are treated separately with a suitable product.
Fleas: Fleas are the most common parasite found on Dogs.
Ticks: Ticks tend to be more of a problem in woods and forests. To help avoid Tick infestation, apply to the dog's legs just prior to walking.
Safety: Flea & Tick Spray contains only pure Essential Oils and Herbal Concenrates. DO NOT APPLY TO CATS BECAUSE THEY WILL AUTOMATICALLY LICK THE PRODUCT FROM THEIR COAT.
All prices include VAT where applicable.
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Due to restrictions aerosols can't be sent by Royal Mail. We appreciate your understanding.
Some products, such as insulin and frozen food, need to be delivered in insulated packaging to prevent them from getting too warm (or too cold) during transit from us to you. Purchasing any of these items in your order will result in a £1.99 charge being added to the total to cover the high cost of the insulated packaging materials. You only pay the £1.99 once per order, regardless of how many temperature controlled items you purchase in that order.
Please call us as soon as possible if you need to amend or cancel an order on 01582 842096. If your order has been processed for dispatch we will be unable to cancel or amend the order. You will however be able to return your product for a full refund*.
To return an item, you must contact us by phone or email to arrange this BEFORE posting any product back to us. We will explain the process at this stage for you.
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Barrier Flea & Tick Spray, including answers from our team.
My Westie has had all sorts of Skin allergy problems, he is now on tablets for life to combat this. The vet has also recommended Advocate for control of fleas and worms, unfortunately though Advocate does not cover tics, will this product be safe to use alongside Advocate?
Thank you for your question.
As the Barrier Flea & Tick Spray is a natural repellant, this will not interact with the ingredients in Advocate so is safe to use in conjunction.
I hope this helps.
We give our dogs Frontline flea snd tick medication. However it does not repel the ticks and this season we have to be constantly removing ticks from their bodies. Obviously if they have a disease they have transmitted it to our dogs.
Can you spray be used in conjunction with Frontline?If so do we need to do it before each walk?
Yes, you can use Barrier Flea & Tick Spray before walks - concentrate especially on the legs and underbelly.
The sooner you can remove the ticks, the lower the risk of disease transmission (if the tick is carrying something), so it sounds like you're doing everything right! Unfortunately, it's unlikely that we can prevent all ticks attaching but together with products like Frontline and removing any you do find, we can keep risk as low as possible.
We have a couple of blogs (Tick Season & Lyme Disease, and Babesiosis: what you need to know) you might find interesting and they include signs to watch out for with regards to tick-borne diseases. I hope this helps!
Is this product like fly Gard
There are a number of other products which have names like fly gard. Some contain the chemical DEET which is more potent as a deterrent for insect pests, but its chemical nature and the solvents used can be concerning for some people. The Barrier product is not the same and works in a different way. Some people prefer one, some the other.
Thank you for your previous answer. One more question. My dogs are getting the ticks around the eye area. What would ne the best method of application here? I thought about spraying some on a tissue/cloth and wiping their heads. Would this be okay?
Yes, I would put on some rubber gloves and then do exactly as you have suggested.
How often do you have to apply?
This is a very mild product and so is very safe. A small amount can be applied up to every day, depending on the size of the animal. The likelihood of ticks or fleas attaching to your animal varies enormously depending on environmental factors and time of year etc, so how often you will actually need to apply it is difficult to predict and you will need to judge according to effect.