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Ark Naturals

Flea Flicker Tick Kicker

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8 fl oz Liquid

  • Flea Flicker! Tick Kicker! spray for dogs and cats



  • Eco-friendly with natural botanicals



  • Made in the USA


Ark Naturals® Flea Flicker! Tick Kicker!™ is an eco-friendly spray great for both dogs and cats. It's made in the USA and utilizes natural plant botanicals. The all-natural botanical formula is environmentally friendly with no pyrethrin, citronella, cedar leaf or lemongrass.

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Product Description:

Flea Flicker Tick Kicker

  • Flea Flicker! Tick Kicker! spray for dogs and cats



  • Eco-friendly with natural botanicals



  • Made in the USA


Ark Naturals® Flea Flicker! Tick Kicker!™ is an eco-friendly spray great for both dogs and cats. It's made in the USA and utilizes natural plant botanicals. The all-natural botanical formula is environmentally friendly with no pyrethrin, citronella, cedar leaf or lemongrass.

Product Label:

Flea Flicker Tick Kicker

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:

  • Geraniol (from geraniums): 2.0%
  • Eugenol (from cloves): 1.5%
  • Peppermint: 1.0%

INERT INGREDIENTS: Water, isopropyl alcohol, glycerine: 95.5% / 100.0%

READ DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY.

RECOMMENDED USE: Naturally repels & kills fleas, ticks and mosquitoes on contact. Safe and effective for dogs and cats 12 weeks and older. USE AS DIRECTED.

DOG USE: Spray on dog's dry coat until the coat is damp. Effectiveness does not require coat to be saturated. Avoid spraying dog's eyes, face, mouth or genitals. Massage Flea Flicker! Tick Kicker! into the dog's coat. Use 1x a week or as needed.

CAT USE: We recommend spraying between shoulder blades only; as cats self groom - spraying between the shoulder blades limits their ability to lick the ingredients. Massage Flea Flicker! Tick Kicker! in the shoulder blade area. Effectiveness does not require area to be saturated. Use 1x a week.

CAUTIONS FOR PETS: Do not spray on face, eyes, mouth or genitals. Do not spray on open wounds or sores. Not for pets under 12 weeks of age. Consult a veterinarian before using on elderly pets, pets with chronic and debilitating health issues, pregnant/nursing pets.

CAUTIONS FOR HUMANS: Keep out of reach of children. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO APPLY - MAY CAUSE DERMAL SENSITIZATION. Avoid contact with eyes, mouth, open wounds. In case of accidental ingestion or irritation call your doctor or poison control (1-800-222-1222).

EPA EXEMPTION: This product has not been registered with the EPA. The ingredients qualify for exemption from registration from the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.

STORAGE: Cool dry location.

Manufactured in the USA in FDA/OTC inspected facilities.

  • NO: Pyrethrin, citronella, cedar leaf or lemongrass.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Ingredients and manufacturing processes are all natural, human quality and are GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) compliant.
  • For Dogs & Cats.

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Flea Flicker Tick Kicker

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Flea Flicker Tick Kicker 5 5 1 2
Ark Naturals Flea Flicker Tick Kicker I don't want to use poisons on my cat any more than I want to use them on me! So far, this seems to be working well. While my cat hates it when I put it on her, she doesn't hide all day the way she did when I used to use the stuff from the vet. I think she just doesn't like the wetness on her neck. I don't spray it, though. I use a dropper to put it on her--cats tend to not like the sound of sprays as it sounds like another cat hissing angrily! A dropper helps me to be more accurate in the use of this as you only put it between the shoulder blades when using it on a cat. May 23, 2014
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