ZoGuard Plus will kill fleas within 4-12 hours of application when applied according to the product label. If there are eggs that have not yet hatched, then they would not be exposed to the active ingredients until hatching. Therefore, you may still see some flea activity on treated animals after the initial application. This is one of the main reasons that it is recommend to apply systemic flea treatments every 30 days as directed. Keep in mind that ZoGuard Plus will not prevent pets from potentially picking up new fleas from the environment, so we always recommend treating indoor and outdoor areas where pets spend time for the most effective flea control. Please take a few moments to review our Flea Treatment Guide for more tips and information.
ZoGuard Plus For Cats is safe if used as directed. It has been through manufacturer testing on safety.
Pets should be isolated after application of ZoGuard Plus For Cats so that the product is not spread from one pet to another. A few hours away from each other would be best
ZoGuard Plus For Cats would be a great option for flea protection on cats.
ZoGuard Plus For Cats kills all life stages of ticks (larva, nymph and adult), including brown dog ticks (Rhipicephalus sanguineus), American dog ticks (Dermacentor variabilis), lone star ticks (Amblyomma americanum) and deer ticks (Ixodes scapularis). Deer ticks may be slower feeders so it might take longer to consume a lethal dose.
The active ingredients in ZoGuard Plus are Fipronil 9.8%, S-Methoprene 11.8%. You can view the spot on version here.