ProTICall Insecticide

ProTICall is a tick medicine that lasts for about a month. It can only be used on dogs. They have a version that is supposed to work on fleas as well. It uses an insecticide called permethrin, which is a synthetic version of a natural insecticide derived from chrysanthemums. It repels ticks before they can attach themselves to the dog by damaging their nervous systems. There are several other companies that use this chemical in their tick medicines, including K-9 Advantix. It is made by Schering-Plough.

   

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Are there any side effects?

You should not use it in puppies or in elderly dogs that are weaker, or in dogs that are ill. Some dogs are allergic to it, but usually the side effects are very mild - it's mainly redness of the skin where you applied it. If dogs lick at it, they may drool or start vomiting.

Where can I buy ProTICall Insecticide?

You can get it online here:

ProTICall Insecticides for Dogs

ProTICall Insecticides for Dogs

ProtiCall kills and repels ticks for up to 4 weeks. Safe to use on puppies 4 weeks of age or older. Dual Control:Kills and repels fleas as well as ticks. Full coverage within 24 hours; 6 hours for dogs weighing less than 33 lbs. Easy to apply. ProtiCall for use on dogs and puppies. Kills and Repels: Deer Ticks: (Ixodes scapularis) Vector of lyme disease up to 4 weeks. Brown Dog Ticks: (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) up to 4 weeks. American Dog Ticks: (Dermacentor variabilis) for 2 to 3 weeks. It also kills and repels adult fleas up to 4 weeks.


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