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Hartz Ultraguard flea collar for cats is a dual action water proof flea collar which contains active ingredients that kills fleas, ticks and flea eggs effectively for 7 months period.
Double Duty Flea & Tick Collar for Cats is a registered trademark of Sergeant’s Pet Care Products, Inc.
Do NOT use on nursing animals or on cats under 12 weeks of age. Consult a veterinarian before using on sick, aged or pregnant animals or animals receiving drug or other pesticide treatment. Replace this collar no more than once every 12 months. Replace collar every 12 months for continual pest control in situations where there is an ongoing risk of pest infestation. RETAIN PACKAGING INFORMATION FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Treatment must only be repeated if pest problem reoccurs. AnnaEye ProCollar Pet E-Collar for Dogs and Cats - Comfortable Recovery Collar is Inflatable and Does Not Block VisionAnnaEye ProCollar Pet E-Collar for Dogs and Cats - Comfortable Recovery Collar is Inflatable and Does Not Block VisionSentry Calming Collar for cats and kittens is a lavender chamomile fragrance non-prescription (OTC) product.
are a softer and more comfortable alternative to the e-collar (also known as the Elizabethan collar, buster collar or lampshade collar). The ProCollar reduces the stress suffered by cats and dogs that are recovering from surgery or minor injuries.Most cat owners find themselves in a quandary over whether or not to use a cat collar on their outdoor cats. The debate still reigns over the pros and cons of outfitting an outside cat with a collar, but many veterinarians and cat experts (including us, ) agree that collars are the best way to go. However, before you decide for yourself, take a look at these pros and cons: are a softer and more comfortable alternative to the e-collar (also known as the Elizabethan collar, buster collar or lampshade collar). The ProCollar reduces the stress suffered by cats and dogs that are recovering from surgery or minor injuries.On a whole, collars are encouraged on cats that spend their time outside and inside. In addition to providing visibility to your animal, the collar will hold valuable identification information that will protect your cat and assist you in finding your pet. Furthermore, there are many different types of collars on the market. Bring your feline friend with you to the local pet-friendly pet store and try on several different types of collars until you find one that best fits. Avoid choosing a harness for outdoor cats unless you plan on walking the cat on a leash. If this is the case, only allow your cat to wear a harness while supervised, as most are not snare-proof.We bought this product in good faith at PetSmart and it was stated that this has the same ingredients as brands we trust like Frontline. This is NOT Frontline!! Both cats were fine at first and then we noticed some off behavior. Not anything concerning, just odd for our cats' personalities. We didn't put 2 and 2 together with the collars until one of our cats stopped eating. We immediately removed the collars, but it was too late. One of our cats passed Friday while we were at work and the other passed tonight right in front of our eyes. PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS COLLAR!!!I put this Hartz ultraguard plus cat collar on both by 6 month old kittens. My boy kitten seemed okay but my girl kitten was going crazy itching her self and biting her self all over. I checked for fleas thinking she was getting bit up but she did not have any fleas on her (Dawn dish soap kills fleas instantly). I got the collars to prevent reoccurrence in case there were any fleas in my house. I looked up the reviews and realized how terrible this product was so took them off both cats right away. It has only been one day but she seems a little better but not by too much as of yet.HUMANS: Do not open package until ready to use. Do not allow children to play with this collar. Pesticidal dust will form on this collar during storage. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling collar. ANIMALS: Consult a veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, medicated, pregnant, or nursing cats. Do not use on kittens under 12 weeks of age. Do not use this product on cats simultaneously or within 30 days before or after treatment with or exposure to cholinesterase inhibiting** drugs or pesticides (e.g., carbaryl, etc.). However, flea and tick collars may be immediately replaced. When collar is first worn, observe neck area every few days for irritation. Remove collar at the first sign of irritation or adverse reaction. Sensitivities may occur after using ANY pesticide product for pets. If signs of sensitivity occur, remove collar and bathe your cat with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water.