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ZoGuard Plus for Dogs is the perfect solution to help protect your dogs against fleas and ticks. It uses Fipronil and S-Methoprene (insect growth regulator) as its active ingredients (same as leading competitor, FRONTLINE Plus) which effectively kills fleas, ticks (including those that may transmit Lyme disease) and chewing lice. ZoGuard features a sustained release formula which was developed to offer quick and long-lasting control, but with better value for the money. Product comes with three applicators and will provide a 3 month supply. Save money and purchase ZoGuard Plus!
Choose from the following:
Dogs 4 to 22 lbs.
Dogs 23 to 44 lbs.
Dogs 45 to 88 lbs.
Dogs 89 to 132 lbs.
|Active Ingredient:||Fipronil: 9.80%
|Target pests:||Fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, ticks, chewing lice|
|For use in:||Dogs - external only|
|Application:||Invert one tube over dog and use open end to part dog's hair. Squeeze tube firmly to apply all of the solution to the dog's skin as a spot on the dog's back between the shoulder blades. Use entire contents of tube vial on each dog. Do not use multiple tubes on one dog. Weigh your dog to be sure you are applying the right dose formulated for the weight of your dog. Separate the treated dog from all other dogs and cats for 24 hours after treatment has been applied. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO APPLY PRODUCT|
|Pet safe:||Yes, if followed by directions on label|
|Yield:||Each box contains either:
Dogs Weighing 4 to 22 lbs.
Three 0.023 fl oz (0.67 mL) Applicators Net Contents: 0.069 fl oz
Dogs Weighing 23-44 lbs.
Three 0.045 fl oz (1.34 mL) Applicators Net Contents: 0.135 fl oz
Dogs Weighing 45 to 88 lbs.
Three 0.091 fl oz (2.68 mL) Applicators Net Contents: 0.273 fl oz
Dogs Weighing 89 to 132 lbs.
Three 0.136 fl oz (4.02 mL) Applicators Net Contents: 0.408 fl oz
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK|
|Shipping Weight:||0.09 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Promika, LLC (Mfg. Number: 511102)|
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
How to Open
1. Remove product tubes from the package.
2. Separate one tube from the others. Hold the tube with notched end pointing up and away from the face and body. Use scissors to cut off the narrow end at the notches along the line.
How to Apply
- Invert tube over dog and use open end to part dog’s hair.
- Squeeze tube firmly to apply all of the solution to the dog’s skin as a spot on the dog’s back between the shoulder blades.
FREQUENCY OF APPLICATION
Use ZoGuard Plus for Dogs monthly for complete control of flea, tick, and chewing lice infestations. Studies show that ZoGuard Plus for Dogs kills adult fleas for up to three months. Apply monthly if your dog is at high risk for flea reinfestation. Apply monthly to control ticks and chewing lice. ZoGuard Plus for Dogs remains effective even after bathing, water immersion, or exposure to sunlight. Allow treated area to dry thoroughly. Do not reapply for 30 days.
FAQ's: Protecting Your Pet
Q. Does ZoGuard Plus expire?
No, as long as you store ZoGuard Plus at room temperature and sealed in its original packaging it will not expire.
Q. Can I use it if my pet is on medication?
Consult your veterinarian.
Q. How old should my dog or cat be before I use ZoGuard Plus?
ZoGuard Plus can be used on puppies and kittens 8 weeks or older.
Q. Does my dog or cat have to already be bitten by a flea or tick for ZoGuard Plus to work?
No. ZoGuard Plus kills fleas and ticks through contact with your pet’s coat.
Q. Can ZoGuard Plus be used on other pets?
No. ZoGuard Plus is only meant for treatment of dogs and cats.
Q. Can I use ZoGuard Plus for Dogs on cats or ZoGuard Plus for Cats on dogs?
ZoGuard Plus for Dogs should only be used on dogs. ZoGuard Plus for Cats should only be used on cats.
Q. How do I apply ZoGuard Plus?
Remove the product tubes from the package and separate one tube from the others. Hold the vial with the notched tip up and away from the face. Use scissors to snip off the tip at the notches. Invert the vial and use the open tip of the tube to part your dog’s hair between the shoulder blades. Next, squeeze the tube to apply all of the product to your dog’s skin in a single spot between the shoulder blades.
Q: Where do I apply ZoGuard Plus?
Apply all of the product to your dog’s skin in a single spot between the shoulder blades.
Q. How often should I apply ZoGuard Plus?
ZoGuard Plus should be applied monthly, or every 30 days. Do not reapply before the month is through. ZoGuard Plus works for a full 30 days.
Q. Will ZoGuard Plus work better if I apply it more often?
No. Do not reapply ZoGuard Plus before the month is through. It keeps working for a full 30 days.
Q. When does ZoGuard Plus start working?
ZoGuard Plus starts working as soon as it is applied.
Q. When can I bathe my dog after application?
Keep your dog from getting wet for 24 hours after application. ZoGuard Plus keeps working for 30 days, even if your dog is bathed or goes swimming. Be sure your dog is completely dry if you apply after a bath.
Q. How soon after application will ZoGuard Plus begin to kill fleas?
ZoGuard Plus will kill 100% of the fleas within 4-12hours after application.
Q. Now that I applied ZoGuard Plus, I am seeing even more fleas. Why?
As fleas die they will rise to the top of your dog’s coat. So it is normal to start seeing more fleas after treatment has been applied.
Q. I have treated my dog or cat with ZoGuard Plus but I still see fleas. Why?
If ZoGuard Plus was applied before the flea eggs have hatched, you may notice fleas on your pet again. Consecutive monthly applications of ZoGuard Plus will work to eliminate those fleas. According to the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) year round usage of a flea and tick control product like ZoGuard Plus is recommended.
Q. How does ZoGuard Plus work?
ZoGuard Plus combines fipronil, the top-selling flea and tick control product, with (S)-methoprene, an insect growth regulator that keeps flea larvae from developing into adults. ZoGuard Plus contains the same flea- and tick-fighting protection as FRONTLINE Plus.
Q. What other insects does ZoGuard Plus kill?
ZoGuard Plus also kills chewing lice.
Q What makes ZoGuard Plus different?
ZoGuard Plus is one of the only products available, besides FRONTLINE Plus, with the combination of fipronil and (S)-methoprene, making it an effective option for affordable flea and tick control.
Q.Where is ZoGuard Plus made?
ZoGuard Plus is manufactured and packaged in the United States. It is approved for use by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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18 of 20 people found this review helpful:
By Misty in Tallahassee, fl on 01/08/2016
I bought this for my husky in August, but instead of preventing the fleas it only got worse the three months I've used it on him. Not only has this gone to full blown flea situation but the flea baths and use of another flea topical preventive have not helped. Don't waste your money on this product. I'm seeking to get refund of my money spent. This dog is kept clean and pampered at all times and shouldn't be going through this torment right now.
16 of 20 people found this review helpful:
Did not work
By Catherine in Demorest on 01/10/2016
I recently used ZoGuard on all 4 of my pets which range from a 9 pounder to an 80 pounder and the cat. I am so disappointed, it did not work at all. I don't know if they have super fleas or what but it did not work.
14 of 17 people found this review helpful:
Happy Fur Kids
By Michael in San Diego, Ca on 03/20/2016
Have tried many products from the pet store, spent lots of $$$. Seems the fleas are used to the products. First treatment with this and the fur kids are not scratching themselves silly! I sleep better too!
13 of 15 people found this review helpful:
Did not seem to work
By Catherine in Demorest on 01/13/2016
I treated the dogs, changed their bedding and they still had fleas. I won't buy this product again.
11 of 13 people found this review helpful:
By Laura in Siler City, NC on 07/09/2016
Works great!! No fleas or ticks now.
Works 'ok' but smell is awful
By Cbb in NC on 10/09/2017
Seems to have handled a very minor flea infestation (only saw two fleas). However, it smells very strongly like curry or my wife says very concentrated smell of celery. Just stinks and you can smell it across the room. My two little dogs are miserable, and my wife and I are battling terrible headaches from it. I'll be giving them a bath then waiting to reapply something else when it is safe. I don't make random bad reviews. On flea control I'd give it a five because there are no fleas, it didn't harm their skin, etc. But the smell is just so so bad it is an unusable product for an indoor dog.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Worse than doing nothing
By Emily in Iowa on 09/17/2017
Terrible excuse for a flea repellent. My dogs flea infestation only became worse after applying this crap. Wish I'd read these reviews before purchasing. THANKS FOR NOTHING ZOGUARD. I feel robbed.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Flea product for 11 week old puppy
By Mabel in Kempton PA on 09/03/2017
My 11 week old border collie puppy had fleas all over her and was scratching nonstop. I put Zoguard plus on her and the next morning all fleas were dead and she had no more itching. I'm very pleased with this product and will buy it again.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Same ingredients as Frontline Plus
By Marine in Twin Cities Mn on 08/09/2017
The widely used insecticide filpronil was not invented by Frontline, they patented the use on cats and dogs to control the market. It is actually a reasonably priced chemical that is widely used in agriculture. This brand is much more realistically priced. Frontline (merial) repeatedly sued others to prevent losing control over this application and lost. The stuff works best if applied as preventative or at the earliest sign of fleas. Infested households are challenging for any product, especially if deligent sanitation is not followed.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By Bridget in Monkton on 06/27/2017
Not sure why everyone says product doesn't work cause theres alot of people on Amazon that love it! Works for my dogs. Sometimes flea infestations are out of control in the home but when fleas bite it they die. So worked great for my pups!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Sweet, sickening smell
By Sarah in Richfield, MN on 06/24/2017
This product smells so bad it wouldn't be worth it even if it did work well. It's nauseating and doesn't wear off. Needs to be washed off.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
ZoGuard Plus for Large Dog
By Julie in riverside, ca on 05/17/2017
Works great for the price. But I will be looking into the compatibility of some of the new products that can be used on my breed of dog and possibly upgrade. Best prices in town and no adverse effects on my Leonberger.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Did not work!
By Debbie in Atascadero, CA on 04/29/2017
I am in complete agreement with those stating this product is useless. I followed all directions for application to my mini poodle, using the correct weight dosage, and he is miserable. I have used up the three viles in the package over a three-month period of time, and my little dog has more fleas and is more miserable than when began treatment with Zo Guard. Now our house is infested, and I am having to work hard to eliminate fleas from furniture, bedding, carpets, etc. in addition, I am getting flea bites, as well. My dog is fifteen years old, and this never happened before when I used Frontline all these years. I will never again try to save money by purchasing an inferior product, such as this. I would not recommend others waste their money on this product, as well.
9 of 13 people found this review helpful:
Don't waste your money
By Joie in Lincoln, NE on 12/02/2016
I won't even give this product one star, but they force me to rank it something. We bought this for our three dogs, ranging from 9 lbs to 115.... We used it, against our better judgement since NOTHING we have found works beside frontline. Now, we have a miserable infestation, the dogs are miserable, and we have to retreat them with frontline and bugbomb the house. I am horribly disappointed, and I would not recommend ever using any off brand of flea treatments. We've tried them all. There are ridiculous!!
We are sorry that you are unsatisfied with the results from ZoGuard Plus. Please keep in mind that with any topical flea treatment, the fleas have to bite the animal to die, so you may need to use a topical treatment such as a spray or bath in addition to systemics if you are treating existing flea infestations. You would also need to treat the environment to eliminate the fleas inside. Please take a few moments to review our Flea Treatment Guide for more tips about how to implement a successful flea program. We appreciate your comments and your business! http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fleas-a-483.html
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
ZoGuard Plus? The fleas love it.
By William in Cleveland GA on 10/10/2016
ZoGuard, is useless, I bought it for my Boxer. I followed the direction and three days later I found that she had as many if not more fleas than before the treatment. The same result with my small dog that I bought ZoGuard for. I wasted over $60.00.
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11/19/2016 Charlotte from Illinois
QHow long after I apply ZoGuard Plus For Dogs do I need to wait before I bathe my dog?
A According to the manufacturer,†Keep your dog from getting wet for 24 hours after application. ZoGuard Plus keeps working for 30 days, even if your dog is bathed or goes swimming. Be sure your dog is completely dry if you apply after a bath†ZoGuard Plus For Dogs
According to the manufacturer,†Keep your dog from getting wet for 24 hours after application. ZoGuard Plus keeps working for 30 days, even if your dog is bathed or goes swimming. Be sure your dog is completely dry if you apply after a bath†ZoGuard Plus For Dogs
11/15/2017 Penny from Fancy Gap
QDo I still need to keep my three dogs separated for 24 hours after applying ZoGuard Plus for Dogs?
A Yes, dogs treated with ZoGuard Plus for Dogs should be kept apart until the application has dried, which usually takes a few hours. If the animals were to play together before the product dries properly, then you could reduce efficacy or endanger the animals.
Yes, dogs treated with ZoGuard Plus for Dogs should be kept apart until the application has dried, which usually takes a few hours. If the animals were to play together before the product dries properly, then you could reduce efficacy or endanger the animals.