Use DEsect PET to Kill Fleas On Dogs

Specially Formulated To Kill Fleas Fast!

 Insecticides that Kills fleas on dogs

Step 1: Identify Your Dog Has Fleas

The first sign that fleas have infested your dog can be seen from excessive scratching around the neck and biting at the hips. Your dog is showing signs of the early stages of flea infestation. At this point you can part the hair around the neck and check the base of the hair follicles for tiny little bugs.


Step 2: Purchase DEsect PET!

Purchase DEsect PET! This product is an effective and all-natural approach to killing and repelling fleas.


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Insecticide that Effectively Kills Fleas on Dogs


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Step 3: Apply DEsect PET To Your Dog

Apply DEsect PET liberally at the neck and upper torso of your dog as well as his hips and mid section. Gently rub the powder into your dogs hair ensuring good coverage. It will settle around the base of your dog’s hair follicles. As the fleas move around your dogs skin they will travel through DEsect PET. As the powder gets onto the fleas, it will effectively dry out insect and it will die by dehydration. Fleas cannot become immune. (It’s recommended to wear gloves during this stage as the powder may cause skin dryness.)

Step 4: Applying DESect PET To Areas Your Dog Frequents

Apply DEsect PET liberally to your dog’s house, bedding, couch and other areas the dog frequents. As the fleas move about these areas, DEsect PET kills the fleas upon contact.


Step 5: Repeat Until Fleas Are Gone

The life cycle of a flea is 30 to 45 days. It’s recommended you use this product a few times weekly until the fleas are gone. DEsect PET works on the adult flea so constant application is most effective.


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How Do I Know If My Dog Has Fleas?

If your dog is showing signs of itching and scratching around the neck and head it is most likely your dog has fleas. Click below to learn more about DEsect PET Diatomaceous Earth Insecticide and how you can benefit from its use.


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