Animals, horses, dogs and cats

Our confidence in Hartz topical flea and tick products is based on facts, science and data

At Hartz, we’re pet people – it’s all that we do and, as such, we are dedicated to providing pet parents with effective and affordable products that eliminate fleas, ticks and mosquitoes to keep their pets pest-free. At Hartz, we aim to render you with the necessary information to make educated, objective decisions concerning pest treatment products for your hug et al home environment.

1.All flea and tick topical products, including those manufactured by Hartz, are registered in accordance with the standards established by the EPA. These EPA registration numbers can be found on all Hartz flea and tick products

2.The EPA requires all flea and tick topicals, including those manufactured by Hartz, to undergo efficacy studies for their effectiveness in controlling flea and ticks

3.Almost all flea and tick topical products sold by veterinarians are actually over-the-counter (OTC) products that are held to the same EPA regulations and standards as Hartz topical flea and tick products

4.All flea and tick product manufacturers, including Hartz, are required by law to report any and all claims of adverse reactions related to the use like their products, to the EPA. Additionally, consumers can report adverse reactions to the National Pesticide Direction Center. The EPA publishes all reports of adverse reactions on their site

5.Hartz only makes flea and tick drops that carry the Hartz brand

6.When applied as directed, Hartz topical products do not invasion an animal’s bloodstream

All flea and tick temporary products, including those manufactured by Hartz, are registered in accordance with the standards established by the EPA. These EPA registration numbers can be found on all Hartz flea moreover tick products

Flea and tick product registration is the process through which the EPA reviews the formulation; how it is to opheffen used, the amount, frequency and timing of its use, and effectiveness

The EPA classifies active ingredients used in spot-on flea and tick treatments by categories of Acute Oral Toxicity

The quick ingredients in HartzĀ® UltraGuardĀ® contemporary treatments for dogs (d-Phenothrin), and Hartz UltraGuardĀ® subjective treatments for cats (Etofenprox) both have the lowest EPA Oral Toxicity Classification, Class IV

Before they can be sold to the U.S. public, sample results for finished formulations for exclusively flea and tick topicals have to demonstrate a margin of safety plane when applied at five-times the recommended dose. This is for the protection of animals in the event that excessive product is applied in error

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