PetArmor Plus Flea & Tick Prevention for Large Dogs with Fipronil (45 to 88 Pounds), 3 Monthly Treatments

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PetArmor Plus Flea & Tick Prevention for Large Dogs with Fipronil (45 to 88 Pounds), 3 Monthly Treatments
MSRP : $29.97

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PetArmor Plus kills fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, ticks and chewing lice. The fast-acting, long-lasting squeeze-on is formulated to protect your dog against dangerous pests. It breaks the flea life cycle by killing flea eggs and larvae and kills ticks that may transmit Lyme disease. PetArmor Plus provides the full-body protection your dog needs to stay flea- and tick-free.
  • PetArmor Plus Flea and Tick Prevention For Dogs 45-88 lbs - 3 Monthly Treatments
  • Kills fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, ticks and chewing lice.
  • Fast-acting.
  • Long-lasting.
  • Waterproof.
  • Kills ticks, including those that may transmit Lyme disease.
  • Compare to Frontline® Plus for Dogs.
  • Contains the same active ingredients*.


It works !

I live where fleas are a problem almost year-round. Substituted this for more expensive Frontline.... no difference...does the job. Use 1 application for small dog and 2 on the St. Bernard.... so one 3 pack per month....Used this for years, and never see fleas on my dogs or on my indoor cats. With past products, my dogs were irritated and rolled around and tried to rub off the stuff every time... With this product, they do not mind the application at all.


It works!

Having a scientific background as a biochemist I tend to read the labels of products I purchase especially something like this. There is a goldmine of information there for those who bother to read them. In this case the ingredients are identical in name and concentration to the big name brand product called Frontline. Bother to read the ingredients and you will find it is the same exact product. Of course it works exactly the same but for a fraction of the price. Be enlightened and save your money.


Very good product

I have used this product on my dog for years and she never has been bothered by fleas or ticks. She never has had any side effects from it. Last year a vet said I needed to use Vectra-C. I bought one dose. I didn't get an information sheet with, it so I didn't know about side effects. I had to take her to the pet hospital a few days later and the vet there and the Poison Control Center both told me to go back to using Pet Armor.


Pet Armor Plus

I am rating this as a five star only on the experience I have had with this product so far this month. This is the first time I have purchased this particular brand, but so far it seems to be working fine. My dog is not scrat hing like she was, so that tells me it is working on her. For that I am so grateful, as it's name brand counter part costs about $45.00 for three, as opposed to just $27.00 for pet Armor Plus!


Still finding fleas

I treated my house accordingly, while I treated my dog with three medicated baths, 6 flea tablets, and extensive combing to rid my dog of most of the fleas before putting on this ointment, hoping it would be the final step in ridding her of fleas. I liked that this has the same active ingredients as Frontline Plus and that I ordered a 3 pack and got a 4th application bonus pack. However, I found this product to be unsatisfactory for my situation and requested a refund from PetArmor company under their guarantee. Product states it kills fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae and is fast-acting, long-lasting and waterproof. Two weeks after first treatment I'm still finding adult fleas on my dog. Perhaps this product is great in areas where fleas do not thrive year around. I live in a area were rains/drizzles often, is humid, and temperature is 70-85 degrees majority the year. Prime temps for fleas to thrive. There is a chance that the fleas in my area have become 'immune' as it is recommended to switch products every 4-6 months and treat pets year around for this pest. I will be on the hunt for a ointment that works for my situation. So far, Adams, PetArmor Plus, and subsequently Frontline Plus flea ointments do not work for my dog.