New Reduced price! Fiprofort Flea & Tick Spray

Fiprofort Flea & Tick Spray

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Rs. 332.50 Tax included


Before Rs. 350.00

Delivery: 3 to 9 working days

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Flea and Tick Varations Flea and Tick Sprays

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Type - Flea and tick spray

Suitable - dogs and cats older than 8 weeks     

Features -

  • Reduces surface tension of skin
  • Effective ingredients
  • V- shaped geometric plume providing maximum coverage
  • Gives faster results
  • It cures existing infestation 
  • Prevents new infestation

Direction - 

  • Shake well before eyes
  • Apply spray all over body 
  • Prevent eyes, nose, mouth
  • Spray against the natural hair layer
  • Let it dry
  • Do not towel dry
  • Make sure your dog doesn't lick


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Fiprofort Flea & Tick Spray

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  • Asked by prabhakaran
    on 11/27/2015
    I have a Rottweiler male 6 months it has ticks in his body i used many products only shampoo varieties but still ticks not going. Many of my friends suggest me to use fiprofort my question is when i spray fiprofort on my dog and if my dog licks it on his body will it affect his health or it is poisonous. If yes how to avoid my dog not to lick his body after spraying fiprofort on his body. Answer:
    Hello, when a dog licks fiprofort, then yes it is very dangerous. Here is what you can do. First give your dog a bath with a strong flea and tick removal shampoo. Like Virbac Clinar-M Cypermetrin And Miconazole Nitrate Shampoo. Then put a muzzle on your dog’s mouth or make him wear an e-collar (this will prevent the dog from licking himself). Now apply the fiprofort spray/lotion over the dogs body. Take him on a walk for 20 minutes. When he walks in the open for 20 minutes, all the fiprofort lotion will soak into his coat and it will dry up. Then after the walk you can remove his muzzle or e-collar. Now, after the fiprofort dries up, it is ok even if the dog licks his coat (it is not dangerous now). But it is mandatory for you to take the dog on a walk for 20 minutes. Only then, the fiprofort will dry up. Call me on 8106360786 and ask for Mukta. I will be there to solve anymore queries. (we are also available on whatsapp)

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