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Activyl Spot On Flea Treatment for Dogs and Cats



Protect your pets from fleas this spring with Activyl Spot On Flea Treatment, and Activyl Protector Bands for dogs now available at Russell Feed and Supply.

  • Eliminates over 99% of Fleas – Outperforms Frontline Plus. Nearly 2x more effective at eliminating fleas on day 60.
  • Fast Acting – Eliminates 90% of fleas within 12 hours of application
  • Long-Lasting – Kills 100% of newly arriving fleas for 4 full weeks.
  • Powerful – Kills fleas, larvae, and eggs to break the flea life cycle.

Activyl for Dogs is the flea treatment just for dogs and Activyl for Cats is the flea treatment just for cats.
Both products kill adult fleas and also break the flea life cycle, so you’re much more likely to solve your pet’s problem for good.

Activyl Spot-On for Dogs and Activyl Spot-On for Cats are spot-on products that are a once a month flea treatment that uses indoxacarb and a mode of action that uses enzymes inside the flea to activate serious flea killing power. They are applied to a small area of skin but soon spread on the skin and coat. Fleas don’t have to bite to take up Activyl, simply coming into contact with the skin is enough.  By stopping flea eggs and larvae, in addition to killing adult fleas, Activyl breaks the life cycle. This is effective at both killing and preventing infestations.

Activyl Protector Band for Dogs provides a steady release of proven tick and flea controls into an easy-to-apply collar that requires no dry time or troublesome sizing. The collar’s active ingredient spreads naturally into your dog’s fur—creating a protective barrier from fleas and ticks. Activyl Protector Band for Dogs kills up to 98% of ticks within 24 hours* and also provides up to 6 months of protection against fleas*.

* Source: Activyl website

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