Petcor Flea Spray can be applied weekly for infested pets and preventatively every couple of months.
Wearing gloves is a safety precaution recommended by every manufacturer when dealing with chemical products such as Petcor Flea Spray. No one knows how every person will react if contact is made so it is recommended to avoid skin contact as much as possible, wearing gloves is part of that.
While there is no evidence that dogs have died from flea bites, they can make your pet very uncomfortable. Fleas can be a source of disease and irritation for pets, since they scratch constantly while infested, roughing up their coats and causing sores. Animals can develop an allergy to these bites, which can cause an extreme reaction. Some fleas can transmit diseases if they have been feeding on infected rats and can also carry tapeworms.
Unfortunately, Petcor Flea Spray is not labeled for use on Rabbits so we wouldn't recommend this use. Rabbits tend to have very sensitive skin and are prone to other skin conditions, so we must consider the rabbit's health first. We recommend checking with your veterinarian to find out what the best treatment for your rabbit would be. We do sell some products for rabbit fleas here.
No, Petcor Flea Spray is only labeled for fleas, ticks and lice.
We would recommend using Wondercide Flea & Tick Control Pets & Home - Cedar to kill and repel mosquitoes on cats. Spray generously on body, including belly, tail, and legs. Spray into hands or cloth to apply to face & ears. This product will last for up to two weeks but can be applied daily as needed.