Ron from Jacksonville, Fl writes
I'm looking for a premium grade of Imidacloprid in liquid form, (8.8%) similar to the brand name product, 'Advantage'. Then use a metered dropper to dispense the proper amount on each pet based on their weight and type. I see you have liquid Imidacloprid in bulk at an even stronger concentration than 8.8%. When I do the math, this product is hundreds of times cheaper than the equivalent amount of 'Advantage', but it's not labeled for use on pets. What gives? What would you recommend?
We only sell professional pest control products and some of them do contain imidacloprid. However, you are correct that they ARE NOT intended for use on pets under any circumstances. Unfortunately, due to legal reasons, we cannot make any recommendations in regards to placing pesticides on pets. It is in direct contradiction to the product label, and the label is the law.
Answer last updated on: 12/16/2011