Flea & Tick Spray for Dogs

Flea & Tick Spray for Dogs

Flea & Tick Protection
Kills 99.99% of Bacteria
Advanced Healing
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Flea & Tick Spray for Dogs

Flea & Tick Spray for Dogs

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Flea & Tick Protection
Kills 99.99% of Bacteria
Advanced Healing

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Our specially formulated spray contains Hypochlorous to heal and protect your furry friend from the discomfort caused by fleas, ticks, and other bugs.

Clinically tested and pet-friendly, it's the perfect solution for your dog's skin health.


This soothing clinical-grade spray provides relief for your dog's skin from infections, irritations and inflammation caused by the presence of fleas, ticks & bug bites.

• Effective Treatment: Our spray effectively treats flea and tick infestations, providing relief from itching and discomfort.

• Pet-Friendly Formula: Formulated with your pet's safety in mind, our spray is gentle on your dog's skin while being tough on fleas and ticks.

• Heals and Protects: Hypochlorous helps heal damaged skin caused by flea and tick bites, while also providing a protective barrier against further infestations.

• Clinically Tested: Our spray is clinically tested to ensure its safety and efficacy for use on dogs of all breeds and sizes.

• Easy Application: Convenient spray bottle makes application a breeze. Simply spray directly onto your dog's coat for quick relief and protection.

• Protect Against Flea & Ticks
• Advanced Healing
• Kills 99.99% Bacteria
• Anti-Septic & Anti-Viral
• Gentle Safe Formula
• Clinically Tested Formula


Water, <5% Salt, <5% Hypochlorous

Hypochlorous acid, the key ingredient in our dog flea & tick treatment spray, plays a crucial role in healing and protecting your dog's skin from flea, tick, and bug bites.

This powerful yet gentle antiseptic agent works by:

• Healing Damaged Skin: Hypochlorous acid has antimicrobial properties that help to clean and disinfect the affected area, promoting faster healing of any wounds or irritation caused by flea, tick, or bug bites.

• Reducing Inflammation: By reducing inflammation and irritation, Hypochlorous acid helps to alleviate discomfort and itching associated with flea and tick bites, providing relief to your dog.

• Preventing Infections: Hypochlorous acid acts as a natural disinfectant, killing bacteria and other pathogens present in the bitten area. This helps to prevent infections and secondary skin issues that may arise from flea and tick bites.

• Creating a Protective Barrier: Additionally, Hypochlorous acid forms a protective barrier on the skin, acting as a shield against further flea, tick, and bug infestations. This barrier helps to deter pests from biting and nesting on your dog's skin, reducing the risk of future infestations.

Overall, Hypochlorous acid in our flea treatment for dogs provides comprehensive healing and protection for your dog's skin, ensuring their comfort and well-being.

How to Use

• Spray directly onto the wound or irritated area. Ensure complete coverage without saturating the area excessively. Can also be applied to dressings.

• Allow to Air Dry: Let the sprayed area air dry naturally. There is no need to rinse or wipe off the solution. Repeat:

• Apply 2-3 times daily, or as directed by your veterinarian, until the wound is completely healed. For skin maintenance, use once daily to promote healthy skin.

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What is the best flea treatment for dogs?

The best flea treatment for dogs may vary depending on factors such as your dog's health, age, and lifestyle.

Our Flea treatment spray, containing Hypochlorous, offers effective relief from flea, tick, and bug bites while promoting healing of damaged skin.

What flea treatment do vets use in the UK?

Vets in the UK may use a variety of flea treatments depending on the specific needs of the pet.

However, they often recommend treatments that contain active ingredients like Hypochlorous, which is effective in healing damaged skin caused by flea, tick, and bug bites.

Can a human get dog fleas?

While rare, it's possible for humans to get fleas from dogs. Fleas can bite humans and cause irritation and itching.

It's essential to treat your dog for fleas promptly to prevent infestations and minimise the risk of transmission to humans.

How to get rid of fleas?

To effectively get rid of fleas, it's crucial to treat both your dog and your home.

Use flea treatments such as our dog flea & tick treatment spray, which contains Hypochlorous to heal and protect your dog's skin.

Additionally, vacuum your home thoroughly, wash your dog's bedding regularly, and consider using flea control products for your home environment.

How long will fleas live in a house without pets?

Fleas can survive for several weeks to several months in a house without pets, depending on environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity.

Regular cleaning and treating your home and pets for fleas are essential to prevent infestations and keep your home flea-free.

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