Fly Rid Plus Spot On

$12.49
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Fly Rid Plus Spot On

$12.49

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Product Summary:

Indications

Kills and repels flies, gnats, mosquitoes, and ticks on horses.

For Use On

Horses

Ingredients

Permethrin - 45.00%

Benefits-

    Kills and repels Horn Flies, Face Flies, Stable Flies, House Flies, Black Flies, Deer Flies, Horse Flies, and Gnats for up to two
    weeks.
 
    Kills and repels mosquitoes for up to two weeks. Mosquitoes are known to transmit West Nile Virus.
    
    Kills and repels ticks on horses that are known to transmit Lyme Disease, Anemia, Tick Paralysis, Bebesiosis and  
    Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis to horses
 
    Proven 45% permethrin formula in a 9 mL dose for maximum long lasting protection up to 14  
    days
 
    Water and sweat resistant
 
    Protects day & night...24 hours / day, 7 days a week
 
    Broad-spectrum control
 
    Safe for foals - 3 months and older
 
    Convenient 3-dose card (6-WEEK SUPPLY)Eye catching packagingSpace saving display
 
    Can be used with any permethrin fly spray
 
    Contains no Dilemonine*Easy-to-use applicator with no-spill re-sealable cap 
  
   * Dilemonine may cause skin irritation on horses.
   ** A recent EPA opinion reports: “data does not support repel, kill, or control (claims) for any pest on horses when applied at 6  
        mL per dose...a dose of 6 mL may not provide adequate dermal coverage.”
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Best Spot On I perfer Fly Rid over other spot on products because I found it to be more effective. April 24, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by not very good I used it on my horse and it left my horses coat let wet and greasy where i put it. plus it did'nt seem to work very well. Fly spray is much better October 17, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Didn't work for my horse I tried this and a similar product by another brand last summer. I honestly couldn't see any difference before and after use. Flies still bothered my mare during the period the spot-on was supposed to be effective. Now that the product description includes a disclaimer that the EPA has found the product ineffective, I understand why it didn't work. May 6, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Didn't work for my horse Wherever my horse goes there is a swarm of flies and gnats around her. This product is easy to apply, but it's messy, leaves oily streaks and didn't seem to help at all. However, I checked all over and this was a great price. April 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT FLY PROTECTION i just love this spot on. beats using fly spray everyday that doesn't work. can tell when you need to reapply flies will start bothering the horses around the eyes. usually the more you use it it will last a few days longer than the 2 weeks. it really does work. been using it for about 6 years. July 18, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Stuff We have used this product for several seasons and have found it to be excellent. It really does work!! May 7, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by mew I've had the fly rid on my 2 y/o stallion for 2 weeks now and it has worked like a charm I haven't found a single tick on him since it has been on him and he has had no adverse reactions to the chemicals used. he is also the only horse in the herd of 10 that I never see trying to stomp flies away May 6, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fly Rid spot I live in fly country. My horses havent had flies since I have used fly rid. The barn is even improved. For years, they had bites, welts, eggs, sprays, masks. Now they go maskfree and do well. May 4, 2009
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