FastAct Flea & Tick Spray for Cats & Dogs, 16 fl oz

US $0.00

Availability: In Stock

UPC: 815249010211

Brand Name: PetArmor

Product Model: 021

Product Category: Tick

Kills and repels adult fleas, ticks and lice
Kills flea eggs and larvae
Inhibits reinfestation of fleas and ticks for up to 100 days
  • Model No.: 021
  • Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.85
  • Product in Inches (L x W x H): 9.125 x 3.68 x 2.619
  • Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
  • Origin of Components: USA
  • Walmart No.: 551141520

Do you spray it directly on your dog?


Answer : Yes you spray it on your dog. But I wouldn't buy it. It doesn't work.


Answer : yes, directly on the dog or cat, it's very non-harmful


Answer : yes, can be used on carpet or upholstery, or sprayed directly on animal. Be sure to cover head, spray from back of head down to tail, with legs last. I sprayed ours in the bathtub so we could easily wash down dead fleas. Ventilate the area well.


Answer : Yes, then groom it in with a brush before it dries.


Answer : Yes, and then groom it in with a brush


Answer : FastAct Flea & Tick Spray contains the active ingredients pyrethrins and pyriproxyfen, and kills and controls fleas, flea eggs, ticks, and lice both on your pet and in its environment, such as pet beds, carpets, pet carriers, and furniture. It can be used for puppies over 6 months and kittens over 7 months of age. FastAct™ Flea & Tick Spray combines a insectide to kill adult fleas, ticks & lice with an insect growth regulator to kill flea eggs and larvae; thus, inhibiting reinfestation in the environment for up to 100 days. This easy-to-use spray starts to kill fleas after the first pull of the trigger when the product hits those pests and can be used on both your pet and in your home. Remember to also use a maintenance product like PetArmor® every 30 days to protect against fleas and ticks. FastAct™ Flea & Tick contains ingredients that can be used on both dogs and cats.



Can it be used on carpets, furniture, and in bathroom/bathroom floors?


Answer : It's made to put on your pet. But this one doesn't work. Don't buy it.


Answer : Others say they do because it does not stain, but I would not recommend it since it's a chemical. It is not in the directions to use it this way.


Answer : yes


Answer : yes


Answer : FastAct Flea & Tick spray can be used to control immature non-parasitic flea stages hidden in carpets, rugs, draperies, upholstery, pet bedding, floor cracks and cabinets. It should not be used on wood furniture. FastAct Flea & Tick Spray should not stain water-fast materials. It is recommended to spot-test surfaces in an inconspicuous area to determine if they will be altered by the spray.



I purchased this product yesterday but the directions for usage are not legible, what are the direct

The plastic packaging that covers the bottle is clear to read on the front side, however, after checking at least 8 bottles that were on the store shelf, not one single bottle was legible to read any of the information on the back side. The back side has all the directions for proper usage and amount or number of sprays to use as well as the frequency of use.


Answer : You spray it all over your pets. Be sure to keep it away from there eye's. But I wouldn't buy this product. It doesn't work.


Answer : directions for use FastAct Flea & Tick Spray contains the active ingredients pyrethrins and pyridine, and kills and controls fleas, ticks, and lice both on your pet and in its environment, such as pet beds, carpets, pet carriers, and furniture. It can be used for puppies over 6 months and kittens over 7 months of age. To apply FastAct Flea & Tick Spray on toy breed dogs, puppies over 6 months, and kittens over 7 months, do not spray directly on the pet. Simply spray the product on a towel and wrap the animal in the towel for 5 to 10 minutes. Also, put some spray on your finger-tip and gently rub around your pet’s eyes, nose, and mouth area. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Towel-dry the animal after half an hour if not totally dry by then. To apply FastAct Flea & Tick Spray on full-size dogs, cover your dog's eyes with your hand. Do not spray directly on its mouth, nose, or eyes. Spray its head, ears, and chest until damp. Also put some spray on your finger-tip and gently rub around your pet’s eyes, nose, and mouth area. Then spray from neck to tail, finishing legs last. For best penetration of spray onto skin and on heavy-coated animals, direct the spray against the natural lay of the hair, spraying the ruffled hair directly behind your hand. Make sure the spray thoroughly wets ticks. Repeat treatment every 3 months. Avoid contact with genitalia.


Answer : Use only on dogs over 6 months of age and cats over 7 months of age. Cover animal's eyes with a hand, do not spray directly into mouth, nose or eyes. Spray head, ears and chest until damp. With fingertips, rub into face and around eyes & mouth. Then spray from neck to tail, finishing legs last. When used on miniature or toy breeds of dogs, or on cats, towel dry the animal after 1/2 hour if not totally dry. Repeat treatment every 3 months.


Answer : For puppies over 6 months, kittens over 6 months and toy breed dogs: 1. Wrap the animal in a towel that has been sprayed lightly with this product. Leave eyes, nose, and mouth exposed and avoid contact with genitalia. 2. Put some spray on the cotton ball and gently rub around eyes, nose, and mouth area. 3. Keep animal wrapped for 5 to 10 minutes. Fleas may then be removed from the coat by picking or combing. 4. For best results, all dogs and cats in the household should be treated with a similar flea control product such as FastAct™ Flea & Tick Spray to prevent reinfestation. 5. To avoid reinfestation, be sure to also spray FastAct™ Flea & Tick Spray in areas in the house where your pet frequents such as: • Beds, doghouses, pet carriers and sleeping areas • Closets and rooms including decks, patios, porches & garages. • Cabinets and Scratching Posts • Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Upholstery, Floor Cracks 6. Repeat treatment every 3 months. Sensitivities may occur after using any pesticide product on pets. If signs of sensitivity occur, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately. For full size dogs: 1. Cover your dog’s eyes with your hand. Do not spray directly on its mouth, nose, or eyes. 2. Spray its head, ears, and chest until damp. Also put some spray on your finger-tip and gently rub around your pet’s eyes, nose, and mouth area. 3. Then spray from neck to tail, finishing legs last. Avoid contact with genitalia. For best penetration of spray onto skin and on heavy-coated animals, direct the spray against the natural lay of the hair, spraying the ruffled hair directly behind your hand. Make sure the spray thoroughly wets ticks. Repeat treatment every 3 months.



this product wasn't worth the money

I brought it; was a waste of my money. It didn't kill the fleas; didn't keep the fleas off, also stick like something you'd spray on the floor to kills bugs; suggest if you use the spray put a mask on so you don't inhale the toxic fumes. I also rubbed it in and the fleas stayed in the fur alive it only killed maybe one or two out of 30 so I grabbed straight up dawn applied it to the fur I'm talking about the original dawn left it in for about ten mins rinse it killed almost all the fleas picked them out the husky and down the drain they went


Product for dogs and cats

I thought this would be a healthier treatment for fleas and ticks because it can be used on both dogs and cats.......after look at the cautions and all the protective measures a person has to use to apply it makes one think it can not be that safe for dogs or cats. Used the product and the poor little guys are still itching from the sand fleas.


Does not work!

Does not work! I've sprayed my dog twice, and he still has flee's. Do not buy!


It didn't work for me.

The scratching is driving me crazy. I thought by the highly rated comments on here I'd try it. Very dissatisfied.


great value

works just as good as behind neck drops and the value is better with this product


NEVER EVER BUY THIS

You might as well throw 15 dollars away, this spray does nothing, we sprayed are dogs and I think the fleas drank it and got bigger and faster, we took two live fleas and sprayed it on them, all it did was make them wet, just spend the extra and get frontline and borax or DE powder, do research on DE and borax and you will be amazed that you can rid your home and yard of fleas very cheap, borax is less than $4.00.


Good value

This product works as well as Front line spray and better then the drops you put on their back at half the price.


This stuff works

I bought this stuff about a week ago when my poor jinx had fleas. that night my husband and I brought her into the kitchen ( easier to see any escaping fleas) and we brushed her real good and then sprayed this on her starting from her tale all the way up to her neck and from there we used q-tips that we dipped into the bottle to get by her nose and cheeks and the rest of her face and from there we picked off and killed all the fleas that had fled to her face. Afterwards we brushed her really good and found dead fleas on her back that we of course got off of her.. and a week later i have yet to see any fleas on her. I did spray in on the furniture and floors and have yet to find a flea where we had sprayed it... i will defiantly use this product again if we shall ever need to. BUT BE WARNED THIS STUFF SMELLS HORRIBLE...jinx was not to happy about the smell but it really works...


awesome stuff

I bought this for my cat and dog.put the cat in my bathroom sink when I put this on her and you could see the fleas just drop off.she hasn't had fleas since,same with my dog.the smell is aweful but it works great.i will be buying again.


So FAR so good, IS FastAct-ing

So far so good. We've been thru SO many horrible flea killers for our 3 cats and two dogs. They have scratched hot spots during treatment.\n\nI love the fact that this is versatile. It can be used on all household animals, and younger ones too.\nIt smells exactly like rubbing alcohol, which we all didn't seem to mind to much, Just shows me that it's there and it soaked on good.\nMy husband rescued an extremely flea infested kitten, and it spread quicker than I could imagine to all of my indoor animals.\nDried super quick, did this on the porch tho for ventilation.\n\nTwo of my dogs have scratching sores, and they did not seem to mind that it got on the sores at ALL. Did not react, so it must not burn or hurt.\nUsed gloves and rubbed in well, also love the directions that say you can spray around the face, and then rub it ON their face. Must not be too harmful to them.\n\nPros:\n- Fleas literally started falling off dead as we were spraying them, true to the name, FastAct\n- Didn't burn, or seem to hurt\n- Quite a bit in the bottle, treated 5 animals very thoroughly and have over half a bottle left.\n- Dried fast\n- non-staining; (others turned their white hair yellow) and left the hair fluffy\n- bottle has stream or wide spray selection\n\nCons:\n- a bit runny, have to cup hand around the spray as applying to keep it from running off\n- very strong rubbing alcohol smell\n\nAs you can see, the pros outweigh the cons, and I am very pleased, when I am not easily pleased!!!


the fleas fall off dead almost instantly

I chose this product from the other reviews and it works great. We sprayed it on our wirehair dog and rubbed into fur, the fleas starting popping out after about 30 seconds and just fell off him. I suggest spraying the animal in the bathtub so you can easily wash the dead fleas down the drain. I haven't had quite as much visible luck on our denser, softer furred cats, I don't see the fleas come off that much, but possibly they're buried deeper and takes longer. You can also spray it on carpet and upholstery, hasn't stained or left marks on our microsuede couch. It is fairly strong smelling, I recommend ventilating the area well.


Flea Invasion on My 4 Dogs Resolved!

This has been a long battle that started shortly before spring time with my 2 labs, GSD, and Staffy.\nOkay, to head off the problem before spring time, I thought I would put those Adams Flea & Tick Collars on all of them. This did not even slow them down and by March they were all scratching and chewing with these collars strung as close to their skin as possible without choking them. Then I gave them all a bath using Adams Flea & Tick Shampoo and followed this with BioSpot, which killed many, but they were all back a week later. I followed up with another Flea and Tick Shampooing, but 2 days later they had them worse? So, I ordered Sentinel RX for them all and went and got this PetArmor Flea & Tick Spray and groomed it into each of my dogs with a brush from head to tail. Let me tell you that dozens of fleas were dropping off them onto the ground within minutes of spraying it into their fur. Now, a couple of hours later, I am seeing far less chewing going on? Mind you, I have had to spray them several times over, but at least, I am starting to kill these little intruders.


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