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Flea & Tick Spray Fipronyl (250ml)

$26.89
Flea & Tick Spray Fipronyl
Effective against severe existing flea and tick infestations, and kills chewing lice · Effective against all stages of ticks, including deer ticks (the major carrier of Lyme disease) · Helps control sarcoptic mange infestations · Remains waterproof for 30 days, even if your dog or cat swims or is bathed

Fleas and Ticks Control Spray, 250 ml (8.45 fl oz)

$54.00
Spray Frontline against fleas and ticks, 100 ml (3.38 fl oz)
Frontline spray provides protection against insects within 3 months, and against ticks within 1 month after a single application.

Fleas and Ticks Control Spray, 100 ml (3.38 fl oz)

$38.00
Spray Frontline against fleas and ticks, 100 ml (3.38 fl oz)
The frontline spray provides protection against insects within 3 months, and against ticks within 1 month after a single application.  

Swarm catcher / Drone trap

$43.99
Swarm catcher / Drone trap
Roof length -  380 mm Basket length -  355 mm Roof width -  92 mm Basket width -  68 mm Height with roof -  90 mm

Flea & Tick Spray Fipronyl (100ml)

$18.89
Flea & Tick Spray Fipronyl
Effective against severe existing flea and tick infestations, and kills chewing lice · Effective against all stages of ticks, including deer ticks (the major carrier of Lyme disease) · Helps control sarcoptic mange infestations · Remains waterproof for 30 days, even if your dog or cat swims or is bathed

Flea & Tick Horses

Some horses, especially in the spring, when the average temperature of the air in the stall becomes positive, may have small parasitic insects — fleas on the skin. Adult fleas are parasitic on the body of the horse, feeding on their blood. The color of fleas can be different: from pale yellow to dark brown. It is known that males of these blood-sucking animals are smaller than females. Fleas lay small, barely visible on eye white of the egg. From the eggs hatch into white legless worm-like larva, the body of which is covered with long bristles. The larvae feed on the feces of adult fleas, which contain a lot of blood, or decomposing organic residues. Pupating, the larva dresses in a spider cocoon; the pupa is motionless and has the General outline of the body of an adult flea. As measures to control fleas in the room usually indicate the following: keeping the stalls clean; if the floor of the room with horses is hard, then washing the floors with 2-5% soap-carbolic solution; wiping the corners of the floor with kerosene; covering up the cracks of the floor; spraying pyrethrum or other insecticide; frequent change of bedding.