Kiltix Tick Collar is a fast-acting and long term solution to pesky fleas that irritate dogs and transmit diseases.
Its active ingredient, flumethrin, is one of the world's most effective treatments that repels and kills paralysis ticks, brown dog ticks, and bush ticks, ensuring that ticks do not have the chance to attach to your dog or puppy.
Kiltix Collar provides cost-effective flea and tick prevention for your dog for up to 5 months.
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Kiltix tick collar for dogs provides your dog with long term and fast acting tick treatment, that also helps to control the deadly Paralysis Tick, brown dog tick, and bush tick.
Containing the active ingredient flumethrin, which is well known as an effective tick-killing treatment, it also repels ticks before they have the chance to attach to your dog.
Kiltix tick collar releases the active ingredient flumethrin from the collar as a fine white powder which spreads across your dog's body as it moves, and is a cost-effective treatment to provide your dog with full protection against those pesky ticks that inhabit your best friend.
The Kiltix Tick Collar provides effective treatment against fleas and ticks for your dog. To use the collar, follow the steps below:
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Aids to control ticks for up to 5 months.
Do not use Kiltix tick collar on puppies that are younger than three months old, or dogs that are sick or convalescing.
This product is for dogs only, so do not use Kiltix collar on cats or kittens.
Do not allow your dog to chew on the collar, and whilst in use, do not use any other anticholinesterase pesticide on your dog.
The Kiltix tick collar for dogs contains the active ingredients 22.5 g/kg Flumethrin, 100 g/kg Propoxur, which is released from the tick collar when worm by your dog across the length of its body as it moves.
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