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Ectopamine Natural Flea and Tick Spray

Ectopamine Natural Flea and Tick Spray has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Please ask your pet's veterinarian about Vetri-Repel natural flea and tick repellent.


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Ectopamine Natural Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats

If you prefer natural products over synthetic, you'll love Ectopamine Flea Tick Spray for Dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens. It contains natural active ingredients that kill fleas and ticks, and repel mosquitoes on contact. Ectopamine is safe for use around children and pets of all types young, old, debilitated, nursing, etc. when used as directed. Patented technology. 8 fl oz spray bottle.
 
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:
 
PEPPERMINT OIL      1.00%
CINNAMON OIL        1.50%
LEMON GRASS OIL   1.50%
CLOVE OIL              1.70%
THYME OIL              1.70%
 
OTHER INGREDIENTS:
VANILLIN, ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE, 2-PROPANOL (ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL) 92.60%
 

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  • Q:

    does ectopamine kill fleas their larvae and eggs
    Asked on 10/4/2013 by marcia

    1 answer

    • A:

      Marcia,

      The Ectopamine Natural Flea, Tick, and Mosquito Topical labelling does not list specifically whether it covers flea larvae and eggs.  In general, if products are effective against larvae and/or eggs, the labelling will indicate that.  As the manufacturer has discontinued production of the spray and the topical, they no longer provide additional information for them.

      Thank you,

      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 10/4/2013 by VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    why has it been discontinued. I was just told this would be a good natural product.
    Asked on 10/4/2013 by marcia

    1 answer

    • A:

      Marcia,

      Meridian Animal Health did not provide a reason for the discontinuation, we currently have the topical applicators for cats and kittens, but don't have any more of the spray.  There are other natural flea and tick repellents, you may want to talk to your pet's veterinarian about Vetri-Repel, another flea and tick repellent made by Vetri-Science.  Your pet's veterinarian can suggest others that are best for your location and your pet.

      Thank you,

      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 10/4/2013 by VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    i can't read the directions on the bottle. do i spray all over her coat - it is ok if she licks where she was sprayed?
    Asked on 10/1/2013 by debbie

    1 answer

    • A:

      Debbie,

      The directions for applying the ectopamine spray are as follows:

      Spray your pet from a distance of 8 to 12 inches. Start spraying at your pet's tail and make sure to cover the underbelly, tail, and legs. Fluff hair against the lay to allow the spray to penetrate to the skin. Do no spray in the pet's face (especially mouth, nose, eyes) or the genitalia. Do not saturate the coat. Spray may be applied indoors or outdoors. Wash your hands with soap and water after application.

       

      The spray should be applied every 4 weeks, but can be applied more often if needed.

       

      The precautionary information for Ectopamine is:

      Keep this product out of reach of children and animals. Do not use or store in or near open flame or heat.

      Ectopamine is intended for use on cats and dogs only. Not for horses or other animals. Not for humans. For external use only.

      Do not bathe your pet for 24 hours following application.

      Do not allow cats to groom each other following application.

      Avoid contact with eyes and skin. If contact occurs, wash with soap and water.

      If skin sensitivity occurs, bathe your pet with soap and water. Consult your veterinarian for ongoing symptoms.

      Do not use Ectopamine in animals with a known allergy to it or to similar products.

       

      Ingestion may cause stomach distress, nausea and vomiting, so care should be taken to prevent her from licking the product off of her coat.

      Thank you,

      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 10/1/2013 by VetRxDirect
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