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Flea and Tick Control Products for Dogs and Cats
Revised: November 21, 2019
Published: October 29, 2008

This flea and tick control chart created by veterinary dermatology and toxicology specialists provides an easy comparison of the active ingredients, appropriate species and age, dosage and method of administration, effects, and pertinent notes for a specific product.

Note that all of the topical flea products are subject to wash-off when using anti-seborrheic (anti-dandruff) shampoos, or when frequent bathing or swimming are part of your pet's routine.

Products that can be used on both dogs and cats are listed in each chart.

Cat products

Dog products

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