Wondercide Flea & Tick Control Pets & Home previously known asEVOLV and BioDefense is a bio based formula created for dogs and cats. It is a powerful, yet natural repellent. It kills ticks, fleas, mosquitoes and their life cycle. It will leave the coat of your pet beautiful and shiny without harsh chemicals. It has no toxic effects towards cats, dogs, or children. Perfect and safe solution!
This aromatherapeutic spray kills & repels fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes and is both a preventative and treatment for use on dogs, cats & home interiors.
Fleas, Ticks, Mosquitoes, Flies, Lice, Mites, Mange
For use in:
On Dogs & Cats; Pet Bedding and Play areas
Rub your pet’s coat in the opposite direction of growth, spray, and rub in. Spray the body, legs, tail, belly and armpits. Spritz into your hands to rub onto your pet's ears and face. Avoid spraying in mouth, nose and eyes. Do not soak your pet. Full coverage will ensure best results.
FOR DOGS -
Apply every 2 - 3 days for pest prevention or as needed to kill and repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. The pest pressure is different by geography, so you might find you use it more or less frequently. It's safe for everyday use.
FOR CATS -
Apply every 2 - 3 days for pest prevention or as needed to kill and repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. Since cats are more sensitive by nature, we recommend a test spray an hour before a full treatment and suggest using the 4 oz size for a finer mist. If your cat is fearful of spray bottles, spray into your hands and massage on to your cat.
FOR HOMES -
Spray on carpet, hard floors, furniture, fabrics and pet bedding. Make sure you contact all surfaces to eliminate any existing problems. For best results, use in conjunction with Flea & Tick Control for Yard + Garden in any outdoor spaces.
Safe for Newborn Puppies, Kittens and Nursing Mothers
Kills Fleas, Ticks, Eggs and Larvae
Safe for Children and the Environment
100% Biodegradable Flea & Tick Spray
Human Food Grade Ingredients
Natural and Organic Ingredients
This spray is safe for newborn puppies, kittens and nursing mothers. This organic flea spray and tick spray is the newest biotechnology, allowing you to save the life of the ones you love from spot drop pesticides. Topical flea controls applied to the back of the dogs’ neck are a toxic thing of the past!
Kill Fleas and Ticks the Organic Way
According to leading entomologists, fleas and ticks in North America have grown immune to chemical pesticide treatments. The alternative is our natural spray that fights fleas, ticks and other insects.
My rescue kitten had terrible fleas and is too young for most products. She has not shown any sensitivity to the Wondercide spray and does not object to it on her or in the environment. The cedar scent is still strong in this formulation, but it dissipates fairly quickly. The application dries very quickly when using the broad spray nozzle, and I like that it can be applied as needed. For more severe infestations, I would still use additional products, but this has been perfect and it kills the fleas very quickly! I will spray some on a flea comb before checking the cat, and it keeps them from jumping off the comb.
I guess I didn't read the description of this product carefully enough or I would not have ordered two small spray bottles that were quite expensive. The fleas this year in East Texas are horrendous, almost no winter so now hard frost kill. I'm a breeder so I have several house dogs. I couldn't wait for this to arrive. It says "kills on contact" and it does, I'll give it that. But it doesn't last and the next day just as many fleas are back. But that's not the problem. As soon as I sprayed it I realized that "lemongrass" is not the main ingredient; it is cedar oil! I went to the internet and my suspicions were correct. Cedar oil should NOT be used on pregnant dogs - and the container says it can be and newborn puppies as well. I used to use cedar shampoo - in fact, it was called Cedarcide, (and this product is called Wondercide...) but it was taken off the market years ago. I may use it sparingly on retired (spayed and neutered) dogs but not if they play with my actively breeding dogs - and certainly not on newborn puppies!
I was concerned about putting toxic chemicals on my indoor cats and decided to try the natural route. This lemongrass flea spray works really well. It kills the fleas on contact and can be reapplied every few days since the residual isn't effective for the flea eggs like the chemical flea killers. I am very pleased with this and am ordering a bottle to keep in case of another surprise infestation.
EVOLV can be used on cats. This will kill the adult fleas, larvae and pupae on contact. It will stop the itching and scratching and comfort their skin and hot spots. It does not stain and leaves their coat shiny and silky.
According to the manufacturer, if you would like to use EVOLV for rabbits, you will need to test a small area to check their sensitivity. Monitor it for 24 hours. If there is no reaction, you can treat the rest of the rabbit. If there is, we would recommend contacting your veterinarian for something that is specifically labeled for rabbits.
How often is this product used on the dog? Have you gotten reviews as to the effectiveness of this "natural" product?
EVOLV - Natural and Organic Flea and Tick Control is a bio based formula created for dogs and cats. It is a powerful, yet natural repellent that kills ticks, fleas, mosquitoes and their life cycle on contact and can be used as often as needed. It will leave the coat of your pet beautiful and shiny without harsh chemicals. We have heard fantastic results from our customers!
Is Flea and Tick Control Pets and Home - Lemongrass safe for rabbits?
I have two rabbits that are indoors in the winter and outside in the summer, I have never had a problem with the fleas until this year, I need a safe product for my bunnies to get rid of the fleas before I bring them in for the winter.
According to the manufacturer, if you would like to use Flea and Tick Control Pets and Home - Lemongrass for rabbits, you will need to test a small area to check their sensitivity. Monitor it for 24 hours. If there is no reaction, you can treat the rest of the rabbit. If there is, we would recommend contacting your veterinarian for something that is specifically labeled for rabbits.