Rid your pet of unwanted pests with this easy-to-use flea and tick defense. The solution kills fleas, ticks and mosquitoes and lasts for up to 4 weeks.
Keep your pet comfortable and free of pests with Sentry Natural Defense Natural Flea and Tick Squeeze-On for Dogs, this solution is formulated to kill fleas, ticks and mosquitoes and last for up to 4 weeks. The squeeze tubes offer hassle-free application, and the solution is made with natural ingredients, including peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, lemongrass, clove oil and more.
Active Ingredients: Peppermint Oil 3.0%, Cinnamon Oil 4.5%, Lemongrass Oil 4.5%, Clove Oil 5.0%, Thyme Oil 5.0%; Other Ingredients: Vanillin, Isopropyl Myristate 78.0%
- Smells great Review by Ttnjethro
Your Rating Product SENTRY Natural Defense Flea & Tick Squeeze-On Dog 15-40lb 12mo (3x4mo)
It smells so clean. It doesn't make my dog sick like the frontline. I also love that it is all natural. (Posted on 6/14/14)
- Good Price Review by Sophia
Your Rating Product SENTRY Natural Defense Flea & Tick Squeeze-On Dog 15-40lb 4 month
Smell is pleasant but very, very strong. I had to wipe some off after putting the whole vial on my dog. Probably better to use just a little every week instead of all at once. (Posted on 4/21/14)
- great product Review by jdb
Your Rating Product SENTRY Natural Defense Flea &Tick Squeeze-On Dog 15-40lb 24mo (6x4mo)
I have used frontline before but when reading their warnings "do not get on skin" I thought maybe we should look for something different and then we found this natural solution that you can actually get on your skin in fact its probably good for you. It works very well so far, I usually treat the dog with 1/3 a tube per application and put on about 3 times per month -works great and smells good too. (Posted on 8/2/13)
- no problems Review by kat
I havent used this for long but so far no ticks. the only problem i find with the product is the smell. when you first put it on the dogs, it has a strong smell for the first 24 hrs. I like the fact that it doesnt have chemicals in it though. (Posted on 7/2/13)