Adams Flea And Tick Spray Review
Fleas and ticks are two insects that your pets are likely to come into contact with nearly every season. While fleas and ticks are quite a nuisance on their own because of the irritation their bites cause, they can transmit diseases and intestinal parasites that result in trips to the vet. Most flea and tick prevention pills only kill the pests after they’ve bitten your pets. However, Adams Flea and Tick Spray kills fleas and ticks by contact and starts working within five minutes.
Adams uses three active ingredients to eliminate fleas at all life cycles. First, it utilizes an effective pesticide alongside an insecticide synergist. Those, combined with an insect growth regulator, allow Adams Flea and Tick Spray to break up pest life cycles for up to two months. Adams also works to repel mosquitoes, which can help prevent the transmission of heartworms. Adams may cause some initial skin irritation on more sensitive pets, though it will likely be mild. For puppies and kittens that are between 8 and 12 weeks of age, ask a vet before use. Adam’s is not safe to use on puppies or kittens that are under eight weeks of age.